Upcoming webinars for healthcare providers focused on adopting health information technology and participation in federal initiatives and quality reporting programs for transition to value based care. The webinars listed are free of charge so register today. Check back each week for new events.Read More
By Josh Wildstein – COVID-19 and the subsequent events of 2020 changed every industry, but perhaps none more profound than the medical industry. While the beginnings of telehealth emerged decades ago, the sophistication with which we operate today is still relatively new.
By Matthew Albright – As healthcare costs continue to rise, surprise medical bills top the list of affordability concerns for a majority of Americans – two in three American adults worry about their ability to afford an unexpected medical bill, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
By Dr. Bernard Fuemmeler – At Virginia Commonwealth University’s Massey Cancer Center, we make it our responsibility to provide the best possible care to our patients. This commitment to patients includes a constant effort to improve our research capabilities.
By John Schwartz – Our healthcare system has evolved based upon the need for a visit, planned or impromptu, to a medical provider. The inefficiencies, glut of utilization and exponentially rising costs that flow from it as funded by the long-standing “fee-for-service” payment methodology have been well chronicled to date.
By Devin Partida – One of risk classifications common applications relates to the insurance industry. Insurers consider the overall risk associated with a physician or practice and then conclude whether to offer coverage. Here are some other helpful specifics about these groupings.
When: Thursday, July 29, 2021 Time: 2:00 pm ET Join Answers Media Network and Azara Healthcare as we continue our series of webinars on value-based care. With the recent release of the 2022 QPP proposed rule, Azara’s Matt Fusan and Erica Arias will dissect the proposed changes and the impact those changes could have to healthcare providers.
By Rob Chappell – It has been said that necessity is the mother of invention, and I know firsthand the truth in this statement. Nearly 20 years ago I was a young electrical engineer writing software in the pipeline services industry when I developed a hand and wrist injury that I couldn’t quite shake.
By Clay Anderson – Healthcare has shifted over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Elective surgeries came to a halt, visitor restrictions were put in place, ‘telehealth’ became a familiar word in the patient’s lexicon, and the world’s view of healthcare and its workers changed.