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MBA In Healthcare: A Quick Guide

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. Healthcare management is not an easy field of expertise. It demands a lot of time and professionalism from those who tackle it.

Whose Global Health Security?

Bill Of Health

By Aeyal Gross. The current discussion within the World Health Organization (WHO) of a “ pandemic treaty ” aims at better solutions to “health emergencies.”.

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Kaiser Permanente union in California nearing strike

Health Care Dive

The union contends the health system is planning "hefty cuts" to nurse wages and benefits despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and high levels of burnout among staff

Telehealth is Health: It’s Telehealth Awareness Week

Health Populi

In April 2020, telemedicine morphed into mainstream medical care as hospitals and physicians risk-managed exposure to infection by meeting with patients, virtually, when possible.

Adopting Technology Allows For A More Inclusive Service Experience

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Nicole Leisle, vice president product marketing, Centripoint. Organizations that serve adults with disabilities often operate on shoestring budgets, forcing spending to stay at a minimum and technological advances not prioritized. Many are still using […]. The article Adopting Technology Allows For A More Inclusive Service Experience appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com.

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Equipping the Next Generation of Health Justice Leaders

Bill Of Health

By Yael Cannon. Health justice begins with exploring and understanding health disparities and the role of law in facilitating the social, political, and economic determinants at their roots.

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Monday Morning Update 9/20/21

HIStalk

Top News Definitive Healthcare shares end the week at $48.99, News

How AI and Blockchain Can Help Ease Interoperability Between Healthcare Systems

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Tom Hickman, U.S. director of business development and sales, Chainyard. The healthcare industry is under intense pressure to improve its efficiency. However, interoperability between technology and various integrated systems presents many challenges that are […].

International Pandemic Lawmaking: Conceptual and Practical Issues — Launch Editorial

Bill Of Health

By Joelle Grogan, on behalf of the editors*. Leer en español. Lire en français.

Over 2,000 workers at Catholic Health Mercy Hospital in New York plan strike

Health Care Dive

Staff at the Buffalo facility are ready to strike in less than two weeks if they're unable to nab a new contract with the measures they say are necessary to attract and retain staff

How Telehealth is Helping Underserved Populations in Healthcare

Health Recovery

The healthcare ecosystem is experiencing many obstacles today. The COVID-19 pandemic, the nursing shortage, and the added challenge of health inequity pose large barriers to healthcare delivery. COVID-19 Industry trends Social determinants of health Access to care

The Importance of Medical Carts In Your Healthcare Facility

Electronic Health Reporter

This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. You may not pay them much attention. It’s like they’re part of the furniture. Part of both every day and emergency healthcare for patients young and old. But on closer inspection, the medical carts in […]. The article The Importance of Medical Carts In Your Healthcare Facility appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial medical image access patient charting

Monthly Round-Up of What to Read on Pharma Law and Policy

Bill Of Health

Ameet Sarpatwari , Beatrice Brown , Alexander Egilman , Aviva Wang, and? Aaron S. Kesselheim.

HCA to acquire 5 Utah hospitals from Steward Health Care

Health Care Dive

The move comes less than a week after the state's largest provider, Intermountain Healthcare, announced a merger with SCL Health to expand its footprint to Colorado, Montana and Kansas

CMS Posts Latest COVID-19 Data for Week Ending September 12, 2021

Briggs Healthcare

Mary Madison, RN, RAC-CT, CDP Clinical Consultant – Briggs Healthcare. CMS has posted nursing home COVID-19 data for week ending September 12, 2021.

2021 State Legislative Action to Lower Pharmaceutical Costs

NASHP

2021 State Legislative Action to Lower Pharmaceutical Costs Updated September 22, 2021. Find the status of state legislation to address prescription drug costs below. Use the category button to search by type of legislation and roll over a state to view its pending drug legislation.

Truth and Reconciliation in Health Care: Addressing Medical Racism using a Health Justice Framework

Bill Of Health

By Amber Johnson. Healing processes, such as the truth and reconciliation process , can operationalize the three components of the health justice framework — community empowerment, structural remediation, and financial and structural supports — to address the trauma of medical racism.

OIG flags potential $5B overpaid to Medicare Advantage plans

Health Care Dive

The watchdog calls out 20 private insurers, which it does not name, and urges CMS to conduct greater oversight

NOCD Raises $33M for OCD Treatment Platform & Address Global OCD Crisis

HIT Consultant

How patient safety software should work with other healthcare IT

Patient Safety Blog

When leveraged properly, patient safety software offers a multitude of benefits to your healthcare organization. However, this software must also be capable of working in tandem with other healthcare applications.

Pregnancy Loss, Abortion Rights, and a Holistic Reproductive Justice Movement

Bill Of Health

The Health Law, Policy, Bioethics, and Biotechnology Workshop provides a forum for discussion of new scholarship in these fields from the world’s leading experts. Though the Workshop is typically open to the public, it is not currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sutter kicks off nationwide CEO search as Sarah Krevans announces retirement

Health Care Dive

Whoever replaces Krevans will inherit a difficult financial situation, shaky relations with worker groups and a brand marred by several recent legal disputes with the federal government

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eVisit Nabs $45 Million to Scale Virtual Care Platform

HIT Consultant

Future Leader: Lakelyn Hogan, Home Instead Gerontologist and Caregiver Advocate

Home Health Care

The Future Leaders Awards program is brought to you in partnership with PointClickCare. The program is designed to recognize up-and-coming industry members who are shaping the next decade of senior housing, skilled nursing, home health and hospice care.

Digging Deep to Find Community-Based Health Justice

Bill Of Health

By Melissa S. Creary. Public health interventions aimed at Black and Brown communities frequently fail to recognize that these communities have, over and over, been made sick by the systems that shape their lives.

Payers double down on population health programs amid COVID-19

Health Care Dive

Keys to successful interventions include good data, local connections and realistic ROI expectations, payer executives said Tuesday at AHIP's annual conference on Medicare, Medicaid and dual eligibles

Telemedicine: What Slows Down the Healthcare of the Future

HIT Consultant

The implementation of remote healthcare — telehealth services — reformed medicine. The infamous pandemic accelerated the growth of the already substantially expanding industry.

How many employees have hospitals lost to vaccine mandates? Here are the numbers so far

Fierce Healthcare

How many employees have hospitals lost to vaccine mandates? Here are the numbers so far. dmuoio. Thu, 09/23/2021 - 15:38

There’s No Justice Without Health Justice

Bill Of Health

By Yolonda Wilson. Last month the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the eviction moratorium issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The Court reasoned that, among other things, the eviction moratorium was an overreach by the CDC.

AHA-backed study predicts hospitals could lose $54B in profit this year

Health Care Dive

Despite the dire prediction, most major U.S. systems reported major year-over-year profit jumps in the second quarter, illustrating that the industry continues to be highly lucrative