January, 2023

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Four Vital Optimizations Required For Digital Marketing Success

Healthcare Success

I’ve noticed that most people tend to focus on only one of four variables when optimizing their digital marketing results. That’s a shame because true optimization requires a more strategic approach that considers each of the following four factors: Consumer Demand. Campaign Management (e.g.,

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Amazon Pharmacy rolls out service for unlimited generic drug prescriptions for $5 a month

Fierce Healthcare

Amazon Pharmacy rolls out service for unlimited generic drug prescriptions for $5 a month hlandi Mon, 01/23/2023 - 22:15

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Orlando Health to launch AI-driven hospital-at-home services

Healthcare It News

Data from the new hospital-at-home platform will be accessible through Orlando Health's Epic electronic health records through a multi-year agreement with the connected health and digital therapeutics company.

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Why Outsourcing Medical Coding Services Is Best for Small Practices?

p3care

Large established hospitals have an elaborate team, the resources, and the budget to spend on claim denials that small practices don’t have. Thus, a small healthcare facility needs professional medical coding services to thrive, given the competition in the healthcare industry.

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5 Essentials for Healthcare CIOs: A Provider Data Management Checklist

Complete and accurate provider data is essential for health organizations to operate effectively. A better understanding of your provider network helps to understand patients and consumers, identify gaps in care, and make the best possible decisions for your businesses.

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How technology will shape healthcare in 2023

Healthcare Dive

Experts gave predictions for virtual care, AI, the digital health market and data privacy this year

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While Nurses and Doctors Still Rank Highest in Trust, Gallup Finds Trust-Erosion by Party ID

Health Populi

In the annual 2023 Gallup poll on honesty and ethics in professions in the U.S. , the good news for the human capital of health care is that nurses, physicians and pharmacists continue to lead Americans’ ratings across professions in first, second, and third place respectively.

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UnitedHealthcare launches behavioral health coaching program for commercial plans

Fierce Healthcare

UnitedHealthcare launches behavioral health coaching program for commercial plans pminemyer Thu, 01/19/2023 - 15:05

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Ransomware stakes are life-or-death, says Ponemon report

Healthcare It News

Nearly half of healthcare provider respondents (45%) said ransomware attacks increased complications from medical procedures, according to a new study from the Ponemon Institute. That's up from 36% in 2021.

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Geisinger solves behavioral health access problem with telemedicine

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Benjamin C. Gonzales, operations manager II, virtual care, at Geisinger, said the prominent health system has faced a problem that is the biggest problem in behavioral healthcare: access.

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Rise of telehealth during pandemic boosted mental health treatment rates

Healthcare Dive

The number of patients who received virtual care early in the pandemic surpassed those who dropped in-person mental health treatment in a new Rand study

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Level up Culture & EQ | Sign up for the #CultureDrop

Once a week, culture & leadership expert Galen Emanuele gives free, actionable EQ training in 5 minutes or less. Subscribe to the #CultureDrop and access free resources & content.

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Record Numbers of People in the U.S. Putting Off Medical Care Due to Cost – A New “Pink Tax” on Women?

Health Populi

More people in the U.S. than ever have put off medical care due to cost, according to Gallup’s latest poll of patients in America. Gallup conducted the annual Health and Healthcare poll U.S. adults in November and December 2022.

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Why Are Patients So Angry? Plus, Frontliner Tips for Health Leaders

Healthcare Success

It’s not your imagination. People really are ruder to each other these days. The pandemic, economy, political unrest, war, and continued uncertainty have taken—and continue to take—a toll on people’s mental health. These all contribute to stress, anxiety, frustration, and anger.

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Dollar General pilots mobile clinics as it targets a bigger presence in healthcare

Fierce Healthcare

Dollar General pilots mobile clinics as it targets a bigger presence in healthcare hlandi Fri, 01/20/2023 - 18:25

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Could the EU's decision against Meta affect data privacy policies in the U.S.?

Healthcare It News

Facebook parent company Meta this week was fined 390 million euros, or more than $414 million, by European Union regulators in a major decision around its online ad targeting and privacy policies.

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Burnout, Tele-Health, and Accessibility: How to Manage the Expectation of a 24-Hour Workday

Speaker: Keith Carlson — BSN, RN, NC-BC, Host of The Nurse Keith Podcast

Learn how the healthcare industry can promote compassionate care and reduce burnout in a variety of ways.

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Three 2023 telemedicine trends that advance the 'new normal' in healthcare

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

This past year may very well have been the year the "new normal" was sealed for healthcare – one that includes a lot more telehealth, remote monitoring and other virtual care than ever before.

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Artificial intelligence could save healthcare industry $360B a year

Healthcare Dive

Broader adoption of AI in healthcare is likely in the near future, and could come with a slew of benefits beyond financial gains, according to McKinsey and Harvard researchers

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Does It Really Matter How the COVID-19 Pandemic Started?

Bill of Health

By Barbara Pfeffer Billauer Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, much air time and social media space has been allocated to the lab leak vs. natural spillover dispute regarding the origins of SARS-CoV-2.

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The Perils of SEO Over Optimization

Healthcare Success

SEO is a good thing. It’s the original bridge between Google search crawlers and people; it is the only way search engines better understand and retrieve what consumers are organically searching for online. But did you know that you can overdo SEO?

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Innovative Ways to Improve Your Patients’ Digital Experience

Speaker: Prof. Dina Ziadlou, Ph.D., Professor at School of Health Science at Colorado Technical University, USA, Executive Board Member & Chair of Digital Transformation Leadership at International Society for Telemedicine and e-Health, Switzerland

As our healthcare ecosystem is a patient-centric system toward achieving quality care domains, it is essential to reshape our client empowerment and engagement strategies based on digital transformation to maximize the effectiveness of healthcare outcomes.

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Wave of leading medical schools pull out of U.S. News' annual rankings

Fierce Healthcare

Wave of leading medical schools pull out of U.S. News' annual rankings dmuoio Wed, 01/25/2023 - 17:13

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Hospitals rank low across industries for patient and employee satisfaction

Healthcare It News

The 2023 Healthcare Experience Trends report aims to provide healthcare leaders with a global snapshot of insights and recommendations on what patients expect and what employees need. WHY IT MATTERS.

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With Epic-linked RPM, Lee Health is sending fewer people to hospitals and ERs

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Zsolt Kulcsar, medical director at Lee Health based in Fort Myers, Florida, says what he has learned in recent years is that telemedicine is great, but it also is a little limiting. There is only so much one can solve via a video interaction. THE PROBLEM.

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Doctors no longer bound by noncompetes under FTC’s proposed ban

Healthcare Dive

The FTC’s sweeping proposal would free physicians to work for a competitor, undermining the status quo in physician-employer relationships, attorneys told Healthcare Dive

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A Guide to Virtual Care Technology: 5 Steps to Creating Your Continuum of Care

This guide addresses the increased demand for and benefits of expanding your virtual care options to help retain patients, cut down on hospital readmissions, and expand revenue opportunities.

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What are the Reporting Options for Eligible Clinicians for MIPS 2023?

p3care

Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) has shared an authorized program for providers in the US. This program is not other than the Merit-based Incentive Payment System.

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Virtual Reality Companies Seeking Large Home-Based Care Companies As Partners

Home Health Care

The Metaverse is the future. Or it is theoretical nonsense. It all depends on who one talks to. Either way, there are plenty who believe that it will transform the way society operates. Investment from industries across the board are evidence of that. And senior care players have followed suit.

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New Jefferson Health program enables clinical, academic nurses to partner on research

Fierce Healthcare

New Jefferson Health program enables clinical, academic nurses to partner on research agliadkovskaya Wed, 01/18/2023 - 14:16

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HIMSSCast: 2023 forecast - 5G, AI command centers, hybrid work models and more

Healthcare It News

The recent IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Healthcare Industry 2023 Predictions report, offers some fascinating and provocative forecasts for what the next year – and years – might hold for care delivery and the technologies deployed to improve it.

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19 Massive Telehealth Learnings After 4,000,000 Visits in 2021

Speaker: Matt McBride, CEO and Co-Founder of Mend

Join Matt McBride, CEO of Mend, for an engaging discussion of the current state of Telehealth and patient engagement, including how your organization can streamline workflows to improve patient care.

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Ardent Health Services implements RPM to cut across all touchpoints

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

Nashville-based Ardent Health Services says it will roll out a new remote care platform from Cadence to help its providers better manage chronic conditions such as hypertension, congestive heart failure, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. WHY IT MATTERS.

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More hospitals are electronically sharing health information

Healthcare Dive

However, discrepancies among providers hint at ongoing challenges

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Angle Health Raises $58M for Digital-First Health Insurance

HIT Consultant

What You Should Know: – Angle Health, a digital first health insurance carrier raises $58M in Series A funding, making health insurance more convenient, approachable, and affordable for employers and members.

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The Heart Health Continuum at #CES2023 – From Prevention and Monitoring to Healthy Eating and Sleep

Health Populi

“Are we losing the battle against heart disease?” ” asks the lead article featured in the January 2023 issue of the AARP Bulletin.

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Leveraging Technology and Communication: Overcome the 3 Misaligned Employee Benefits Incentives

Speaker: Chris Wolpert, Founder of Group Benefit Solutions

This webinar with Chris Wolpert will expose the hidden misaligned incentives in the employee benefits space and help you modernize your approach to benefits by leveraging technology and communication.