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Healthcare Case Management Program Article on Healthcare and Those Who Need

Healthcare Case Management Program Article on Healthcare and Those Who Need

A short article about healthcare and those who need it.  Healthcare will be a big issue this election and this article shows some interesting insight. Please also review our healthcare case management program The article, “Measuring Health Care From The Vantage Point Of Those Needing Care” by Bruce Chernof, states “Not everything that is important for a person’s health can be measured and not everything that can be measured in health care is important to the average person. For too long, value has been defined only for the benefit of regulators and purchasers. Our health care system is purpose-built to

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Healthcare Case Management Program Article on Reducing Healthcare Costs

Healthcare Case Management Program Article on Reducing Healthcare Costs

Good article for those interested in healthcare and possibly healthcare administration.  Please also review our healthcare case management program   The article, Can An Investment In This New ‘Home’ Reduce Healthcare Costs?, by Robert Glatter states “Over the past several decades, when you are admitted to the hospital and then require surgery, your insurer has a code known as a DRG (diagnosis-related group) that determines how many days you will spend in the hospital. But additional factors such as requirements for preoperative blood work, x-rays, CT scans as well as need for pain management and clinical stabilization are important considerations

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Healthcare Case Management Article on Health Management

Healthcare Case Management Article on Health Management

Article for healthcare professionals and those involved in Healthcare Case Management.  Please also review our Healthcare Case Management program The article, “Managing the Demands of a Changing Health Care Field” by Dory Devlin states “As health care managers face complicated requirements for measuring how care is being provided to millions more patients in a rapidly changing health care field, two Rutgers schools are teaming up to train managers to handle multiple challenges. “There are many new demands on us through the Affordable Care Act’s triple aim of improving quality, controlling costs and extending the reach of health care,” said Donald

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Case Management Education: Medical Audits: What You Need To Know To Survive One

Case Management Education: Medical Audits: What You Need To Know To Survive One

  Introduction to medical audits and why they exist Medical audits can help a medical practice objectively review its employees’ practices of diagnosis, billing, consumption of materials, and time usage. These are all components of quality medical care and profitable operations, and must be balanced for the good of the practice. It is possible to discover weaknesses in a medical practices procedures and care before that weakness is able to be discerned by actual patients or their care through the findings of a diligent medical audit.   Why medical audits are needed To ensure profitability of a medical practice, the

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Healthcare Case Management Program and Chronic Pain Management Care Article

Healthcare Case Management Program and Chronic Pain Management Care Article

Good article for certified Case Managers.  Please also review AIHCP’s Healthcare Case Management Program to learn more about case management and other healthcare management topics. This article looks how providers are looking to outsource chronic pain care.  The article, “Many Providers Eye Outsourcing Chronic Care Management” by David Raths states, “Although Medicare has begun paying physicians for offering patients chronic care management (CCM), surveys suggest that providers are struggling with physician engagement, patient education, efficient processes and regulatory compliance. To bill for CCM services, practices must offer 24/7 access to care management services, a platform for direct patient-practitioner communication and the

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HEALTHCARE CERTIFICATIONS ARTICLE ON BIG DATA AND HEALTHCARE

HEALTHCARE CERTIFICATIONS ARTICLE ON BIG DATA AND HEALTHCARE

Good article about big date and healthcare.  If you would like to learn more about AIHCP’s healthcare certifications then please review our programs The article, “Strong Opportunities for Big Data in Healthcare – Population Health Management, Clinical Decision Support and Real-World Data” attempts to answer some questions about data management and healthcare.   The article states, “The healthcare industry is steadily realizing the value offered by Big Data solutions, particularly in “-omics” research and medical record mining. However, current investments are focused on serving immediate needs of the investing stakeholders, which often makes them siloed and incrementally beneficial, as opposed

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Healthcare Case Management Article on Healthcare Companies

Healthcare Case Management Article on Healthcare Companies

Good article about healthcare companies.  If you would like to become a certified case manager then please review the healthcare case management program offered by AIHCP. The article, “The 3 Best-Run Companies in the Healthcare Sector”, by Brian Feroldi states “The healthcare sector is massive and poised for long-term growth, but it’s also becoming increasingly more competitive. One way investors can increase their odds of success is by putting money to work in companies that have a world-class management team in place. After all, management teams are responsible for allocating capital, keeping their employees motivated, and creating products that keep

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Certified Case Manager Article and Rising Health Care Prices

Certified Case Manager Article and Rising Health Care Prices

Healthcare costs are out of control.  This article below looks at why the US cannot control these rising prices. Please also review our Case Management Program.  If you wish to become a certified Case Manager, then please review The article, “The truth about why the U.S. can’t control healthcare costs” by Ryan Gamlin states, A graphic making the rounds on social media has people talking—plots health spending per capita against the average life expectancy for two dozen countries. The chart has renewed the important conversation around why the United States’ experience is such an outlier, spending more than any other

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Healthcare Case Management Program Article on Health Plan Issues in Care

Healthcare Case Management Program Article on Health Plan Issues in Care

Good article how healthcare plans are interfering with the ability of good care management during follow up and other chronic issues If you would like to learn more, please review our healthcare case management program The article, How health plans are hindering chronic care management, states As the number of people covered by high-deductible health plans soars, some insurers and employers are easing the strain on consumers’ wallets by covering certain benefits like doctor visits or generic drugs before people have reached their plan’s deductible. But there’s a hitch: Under Internal Revenue Service rules, high-deductible plans that are set up to link to

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Healthcare Case Management Article on Healthcare Issues

Healthcare Case Management Article on Healthcare Issues

We talk so much about health care that we sometimes forget the most important thing, health itself.  This article goes into this issue deeper and explains somethings about healthcare and health. Please also review our healthcare programs.  We offer a comprehensive healthcare case management program for qualified professionals. The article, “The One Important Thing Missing From the Health Care Debate” by Jeffrey Pfeffer states, It may explain why life expectancies has stopped increasing. You may have seen the big news on health care: Aetna is going to stop offering individual health insurance policies on the health exchanges in 11 of