By Marty Callahan – At this very moment, a doctor somewhere (maybe even in your building) is lecturing a patient about ignoring obvious signs of health issues. The patient was experiencing pain, shortness of breath, trouble focusing, or a host of other issues, but they kept pushing forward as if things would get better on their own.
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By Scott Gottlieb, MD, Jeff Shuren, MD, JD, & Michelle Tarver, MD, PhD – Collaboration. It’s a word we use a lot at the FDA — and for good reason. Collaboration is an essential element of many approaches we apply to achieve our public health mission.
By Kaitlyn Houseman – Today’s healthcare leaders understand that they must consider outsourcing revenue cycle management to reduce spending and focus on value-based care initiatives.
By Jill Reeves – The 2019 Fiscal Year is well underway, and 2019 proper will be here in a hot minute. That makes this as good a time as any to preview some of the changes that have recently been or are about to be rolled out by CMS.
By Tim Engelhardt – CMS released a report that demonstrates how empowering states can help reduce costs. The report summarizes the final Medicare Parts A & B actuarial savings analysis of the Washington managed fee-for-service demonstration…
By Tom Martin – Post-acute providers have had a host of regulatory and payment changes to contend with this year, and they should prepare for more of the same in 2019. CMS’ current initiatives demonstrate a strong commitment to transforming care delivery and reimbursement in post-acute settings.
By Sheba Vine – HIPAA provides patients with fundamental rights to access, inspect and obtain a copy of their health information for as long as the information is maintained by the healthcare provider (covered entity) regardless of the date created, format of the PHI or where the PHI originated.
By Gopal Khanna – As my colleagues and I come to work each day, we are keenly aware that all of our efforts are ultimately aimed at serving the needs of a single customer: the patient.
By Kayla Matthews – Telemedicine — providing clinical healthcare remotely — was born out of modern technologies and a growing reliance on the internet. As you well know, many devices are now Internet-enabled, falling into the realm of IoT or the greater Internet of Things.
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