By Sanjay Seth, MD – It was recently calculated the United States spends $3.8 trillion – or 18 percent of the national economy – on healthcare. The current healthcare landscape indicates this spending rate will not slow anytime soon due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an ongoing healthcare crisis.Read More
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of May that we think deserve sharing again.
By Jenifer Leaf Jaeger MD MPH – Public Health 1.0 identifies the initiation and growth in both knowledge and tools for medicine and public health. Public Health 2.0 characterizes the development of our traditional public health systems within both local and the federal government.
A three part series on the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule. Part 1: What are we really talking about? Part 2: Making the economics work for you. Part 3: Where are you going to invest to maximize benefits?
By Sanjay Seth MD – ACOs participating in shared savings programs face a number of opposing forces in 2021. From a decline in the number of Medicare beneficiaries to new CMS regulations to force downside risk sooner, ACOs are carefully weighing their options in the year ahead.
By Sanjay Seth MD – Negotiating value-based reimbursement is a complex process for healthcare providers. Organizations need to consider the specific population covered under the contract, the particular reimbursement model used, and which quality and utilization measures will be tracked.
This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include PhysIQ, Viz.ai, Prealize Health, VirtualHealth, Greenlight Guru, Nuance Communications, Inc., EarlySense, Virtua Health, Biobeat, Bioclinica, & OncoHost.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of 2020 that we think deserve sharing again.
By Lyndsey Lord RN MBA – For both safety and efficiency, providers must be creative in caring for a growing patient population. After reading CMS’ recent announcement of the Acute Hospital Care at Home program, it is clear that clinical care will continue to expand beyond the four-walls of the hospital.