Our monthly roundup of surveys and reports from around the industry. We found interesting information that continues to give a glimpse into where we are going in healthcare. And a Tale of Two State from Dr. Ashish Jha.Read More
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Our monthly roundup of surveys and reports from around the industry. Studies and surveys are still focusing on the impact of the pandemic one year later. The delivery of care, virtual and hybrid care, outpatient visits, and the Lown Hospital Index all make it in our list this month.
Our monthly roundup of surveys and reports from around the industry. These recent reports focus on the pandemic in one way or the other, our government’s response to, the acceleration and shift of small practice physicians to larger practices, and the toll on mental health to name a few.
Information blocking rules have gone into effect but organizations are unprepared, the supply of general surgeons in the US decreased over 29% in rural areas since 2001, lack of information is driving vaccine hesitancy, and an ePA reduces time spent on prior authorization, these are a few of the subject of this months selected reports.
Remote patient monitoring, clinical quality measures, medicare, millennials and COVID are a few of the topics in this list of research. Here are some new reports and studies that we thought interesting enough to share.
The pandemic is still taking an impact on healthcare revenue. Digital health and telehealth will continue to show growth. And MGMA report identifies biggest lessons and priorities for Medical Practices in 2021.
Here are recent reports and surveys showing us the pandemic is still and will continue to impact healthcare in every part of the industry. ACO participation reached its lowest level during previous administration. Cyber criminals continue to persist on attacks to obtain health data.
The pandemic is still impacting healthcare on every front. From projected physician shortages, sustaining patient volumes, hospital financial woes, staff training, to health IT application solutions, these are the continued challenges our providers are facing.
In our disrupted time of COVID, what are we learning, how are we performing, and what are the impacts in healthcare? Here are recent reports and surveys with some answers and as always leaving us with more questions.