Healthcare providers have increasingly entered into value-based contracts with payers in recent years because they offer the opportunity to increase revenue—the primary driver of change for any business.
Cardinal Health Oncology survey shows oncologists want more training to care for growing number of cancer survivors.
As the world has gone virtual during the coronavirus pandemic, so has healthcare. Digital transformation has accelerated at warp speed, with virtual care delivery going from rare exception to operating norm almost overnight.
The novel coronavirus crisis has abruptly upended the operations and behaviors of both businesses and consumers—with such changes seemingly just the beginning.
Physician Performance LLC’s Weekly Zoom Clinical Call fills physicians in about the initial steps of palliative care.
It’s difficult for people seeking mental health treatment to get it right now. COVID-19 has effectively halted most non-essential doctors’ visits and accessing behavioral health treatment is even more challenging than in the past due to limitations with residential treatment and outpatient group sessions.
Scheduling automation and optimization enables better patient experience, increases staff satisfaction, and improves workforce efficiency.
In today’s COVID-19 environment, care management has become more important than ever. Currently, about one in four Americans live with multiple chronic conditions, and when one considers that 80% of outcomes are determined by nonclinical factors, it’s an indisputable claim that people need help between healthcare encounters.
He was reluctant to take the CEO job, but VanTrieste has the unique nonprofit drug manufacturer surpassing its goals and possibly branching out into the retail market.
COVID-19’s Impact on Health, Travel, Auto, Unemployment, Business, Restaurant, Special Events and Film/TV/Production Insurance, according to a report released by InsuranceQuotes.com.