How extracting continuity of care data can close care gaps and improve physician connectivity
What delights patients and what leaves them wanting more?
The COVID-19 pandemic may fade, but stress is not going away. Here’s a way to assist the workforce.
Technology can help bridge the divide between medical and dental health
A fundamental reason why hospitals consistently fall short on readmissions is a failure to empower and educate patients.
To improve performance and meet new challenges, healthcare providers need to blend the next generation of Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) with traditional patient care.
Or have the divisive opinions of the health care community left this question unanswered?
All technology interventions substantially improved mental health, but those supported by physicians and other providers were shown to be most effective.
Preferred stocks are something of a bond-stock hybrid. They don’t rise as much as common stocks, but they also don’t fall as much.
The pandemic’s profound impact on the industry has only heightened with staffing shortages and health care legislation complexities.
Healthcare professionals and policy makers must act, as we go from the crisis phase of the pandemic, to managing an ongoing public health risk.
Medicaid programs can become more data-driven in their decision-making to drive better performance and more equity in value-based agreements.
Now, more than ever, health care organizations need to develop sustainable partnerships within their communities
The 12 most important KPIs for driving revenue and improving the financial stability of your practice.
RPM has potential to reduce costs and workload, but reimbursement and ease of use obstacles remain
Three tips and tricks for practices looking to boost the bottom line.
A primer on prescription drug prices, pharmacy benefit managers, government action, and why physicians need to be heard.
What physicians need to know
Hackers are targeting health practices of all size.
To prevent your practice from losing this revenue, avoid these five common coding mistakes.
For healthcare, blockchain can be used for payment processing, but it can also improve interoperability, track claims processing, or develop and maintain provider directories.
Online options are convenient for patients and even can lead to better in-person care.
Everyone acknowledges the healthcare transformation was overdue long before 2020, but the pandemic forced the issue.
Though providers probably can use any type of medical software, the financial resources they are able to invest in medical solutions differ significantly based on the type of practice.
Survey also reveals preference for online payment options
The new year is an important time when many business owners hit the refresh button and look for opportunities to change and improve their practice or company.
The past 18 months have proven that healthcare needs the cloud.
As any competent clinician will tell you, having data is only one part of the equation. A clinician must also be able to intervene efficiently and effectively.
What physicians need to know about donor-advised funds
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