As orthopedic surgical cases move to outpatient and ambulatory sites of care, hospitals risk losing surgical volume, revenue, and surgeons, Discover what it means to be a true destination for care in the new era.
As healthcare organizations combat the COVID-19 surge, executives need to plan for what comes next.
CMS expands benefits related to the provision of telehealth services.
In an effort to address growing national public health risks and concerns regarding COVID-19.
How can a physician access leader help improve patient access, implement new initiatives, and achieve organizational goals?
Concierge medicine is an attractive option for providers. Under a concierge model, providers can reduce panel size and offer more services to patients.
Healthcare facilities are integral to communities and their overall well-being. As facilities have evolved, so too has the facility development process.
As a required condition of participation in the Medicare program, the federal government prescribes broad and generalized directions to hospitals on the provision of nurse and patient care staffing.
The 21st Century Cures Act was primarily publicized as a means to drive funding for precision medicine, adjusting drug development rules for pharmaceutical companies, tweaking Medicare reimbursement regulations, opening up opportunities for telehealth, and strengthening EHR certification protocols. It also includes information-blocking provisions. Despite the complexity of the proposed rules, the intentions and goals impacting patients and providers are simple.
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