By reimagining health care supply chain as a centralized, high-value distribution and product selection and procurement model, hospitals and health systems can more effectively reach their goals for expense reduction while driving substantial improvements for patients and team members alike.
We may not fully understand the link between Covid-19 and Alzheimer’s, but we already have the scientific research and tools to address people’s fears, support their cognitive health journey, and reverse the increase of Alzheimer’s.
它需要蒂姆e to develop a cogent thought leadership platform. Julia Fuller, Executive Vice President at Ford Hutman Media provides insights, tips, and strategies for companies and industry leaders looking to get ahead and define emerging trends.
When facilities operate their own acute dialysis operations and no longer enlist third parties to provide treatment, they save hundreds of dollars per session. Insourcing also enables hospitals to keep trained dialysis staff on hand full-time to actively ensure quality kidney care to their patients.
As of January 1, employer-sponsored Group Health Plans and Health Insurance Issuers must make make the prices of 500 medical services available via an Internet-based tool. The Transparency in Coverage final rule gets even tougher on January 1, 2024, when the prices of all medical services must be made available via an Internet-based tool.
对于那些不熟悉CPAP召回的情形n in question, imagine if one-third of all cars on the road were suddenly recalled for potentially life-threatening issues. Now imagine that in the aforementioned hypothetical automobile recall, the media dedicated its energy almost entirely to reporting on the worsening problem without making viewers aware of potential solutions.
Local governments around the country are using Covid relief funds to eliminate medical debt for their communities. But Covid relief funds are not a long-term solution. Provide training to your teams on how to communicate with patients to make it clear that financial assistance is available and encourage those who may qualify to apply.
The healthcare industry must understand and act on this bigger picture of evidence-based, data-driven, and technology-enabled solutions for medical equipment management to keep clinical service lines operating effectively and reliably.
The invention of 3D visualization software and virtual dissection tables have revolutionized how we teach and explore human anatomy.
Providers just aren’t given the time it takes to build rapport and ask the right questions within the fee-for-service model. That’s why I left traditional medicine. Providers like me who now work in an employer healthcare model can truly help people versus treating them reactively.
Health systems need to turn their attention to technology that can improve staff retention by reducing employee burnout, according to HCA Divisional CIO Andy Draper. Here’s a look at what Parlance is doing to realize ROI with conversational AI.
Reducing errors and improving patient safety have been considered a top priority since the 1999 IOM report “To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System” was released. While some great strides have been made, it’s been almost 25 years and we are still seeing year-over-year increases in reported errors.
From stock transparency and supplier diversification to AI shipping and cart negotiations, novel solutions are emerging to revolutionize procurement and logistics of medical supplies at healthcare organizations.
To improve public health outcomes, not only at the local and national level, but also globally, we need to invest in hygiene research and those who seek to solve hygiene-related issues.
As more life-extending medications come on the market, health systems have a responsibility to make meaningful changes in how they screen and reach older adults. Earlier detection could mean millions of individuals enjoy longer lives of good cognitive health.
As the healthcare industry continues to intersect with the gig economy, we are seeing the emergence of more regulations to address the gray areas that exist. While independent contractor classification has been common in the gig economy to provide organizations with a level of flexibility, it does not appropriately apply to healthcare workers, especially nursing professionals.