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Two Things to Know About the Patient as the New Healthcare PayerEye-opening analysis from TransUnion Healthcare reveals patients continue to see rising costs.
Harassment Investigation Protocol: 10 Upgrades Health Organizations Should MakeHere are 10 important issues to consider when handling workplace harassment complaints.
Global Genetic-Based Database Ramps UpThe new global DNA registry could help enable more precise treatments and identify who’s at risk for certain health problems.
Why Efforts to Curb Opioid Use Haven’t Translated to the Pediatric PopulationA new study shows efforts to reduce prescription opioid use in adults has not curtailed the incidence of pediatric opioid ingestions. Find out why.
Top Focus Areas for Patient-Centered InteroperabilityPatients are the catalysts to interoperability changes, according to the Council of Accountable Physician Practices, an affiliate organization of the American Medical Group Foundation.
Readmission Cost Savings are a Reality with Enhanced Patient EngagementReduce readmissions by focusing on better engagement with patients and improving coordination from inpatient to outpatient settings.
Your Interoperability Strategy: 4 Things Healthcare Execs Need to ConsiderBefore investing in new interoperability solutions, executives need to consider these four things.
Improve Care Coordination in Cancer Care: 2 Key Focus AreasWhen caring for cancer patients, improving care coordination in these two areas is key—and it can help reduce healthcare costs.
Opinion: Telepsychiatry needed to bridge gap for rural VA patientsUnfortunately, the issue for many vets who experience trauma is that the mental health services they need are too far away from home. Here’s one solution.
Opinion: The Bad Politics of Carving-Out Medicaid Managed Care DrugsAbout half of states have transitioned at least some Medicaid beneficiaries away from fee-for-service (FFS) drug programs into drug plans integrated with managed care. Our policy analyst shares why he believes more should do so.