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JAMA Article Shows Telehealth Slowed Opioid Overdoses During Pandemic

Continue Education Journal

The post JAMA Article Shows Telehealth Slowed Opioid Overdoses During Pandemic appeared first on ACEA Continuing Education Journal (CEJ).

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Doctors tweet swimsuit photos in rebuke of critical journal article

Mobi Health News

Scores of doctors have rallied against an article published in the Journal of Vascular Surgery that called out new vascular surgery doctors for "unprofessional content" on their social media pages.

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EHS Today Features OrthoLive Article on Reducing OSHA Recordables

Ortholive

recently contributed an article to EHS Today titled 3 Ways to Minimize OSHA Recordables. Here’s a preview of the article: . In this article, we will review the differences between recordable, reportable and non-recordable OSHA events. OrthoLive CEO R. Michael Greiwe, M.D.,

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5 Critical Challenges Facing Pharmaceutical Supply Chains

In this article, produced in partnership with Connected Health Pulse, we explore five critical challenges in pharmaceutical supply chains caused by a lack of visibility.

Clocktree featured in recent Geekwire article

Clocktree

Read about Clocktree on Geekwire. [link]. Seattle-area startup Clocktree offers a service for patients to find and receive therapy from mental health, relationship, addiction and nutrition counselors. Providers can connect through video and messaging with their patients, and the platform also gives counselors a HIPAA-compliant place to store notes, videos and documents. Read more…

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New article in Frontiers in Public Health

vCare Project

Read in our recently released vCare article in Frontiers in Public Health, Virtual Coaching for Rehabilitation: The Participatory Design Experience of the vCare Project , how we have conceptualised and implemented the end-user involvement!

Wikipedia Article on Opioid Epidemic

Medical Mime - EHR

Wikipedia has a detailed and well researched article on the Opioid epidemic. The article covers a wide range of aspects, including causes, effects, demographics, and how the US federal, state and local governments reacted to the crisis. Several of the charts and newspaper articles have been covered here before, including the rise in opioid overdose deaths as well as the reduction in US life expectancy since 2015.

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Virtual coach supporting Parkinson patients unveiled in a long article in healthmanagement.org

vCare Project

The Digiral Review HealthManagement.org has just published a comprehensive article related to the important contribution of vCare and the virtual coach to secondary prevention and quality of life for patients affected by parkinson disease.

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How to Write a Great Referral Feedback Letter

Power Diary Staff

The Importance of Getting a Second Opinion

Dr. Charles Weaver

3 Ways Practices Can Overcome Administrative Staffing Shortages

Rectangle Health

How to Unlock Operational Efficiency and Save on Administrative Costs

Rectangle Health

Digitization and consumerism have transformed healthcare in recent years. Add staffing shortages to the mix and many practices are struggling to meet patient expectations and deliver a positive experience

Article: Reporting 2015 Coverage of “MV-lite” Plans

ACA Times

The post Article: Reporting 2015 Coverage of “MV-lite” Plans first appeared on The ACA Times. Some employers have used “MV-lite” plans that offer very limited hospital and doctor benefits, yet technically satisfy the “minimum value” calculations of the government’s online calculator. These plans have been effectively barred for future years. But how does an employer now using an “MV-lite” plan meet the reporting obligations for this year?

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Article Provides a CEO’s Guide to Obamacare

ACA Times

An article by ACA Times Editor-in-Chief Robert Sheen providing CEOs with a brief “Guide to Obamacare” has been published by CEO Magazine. The article is also available on the magazine’s website. The article then details the key ACA-related issues CEOs must consider. The post Article Provides a CEO’s Guide to Obamacare first appeared on The ACA Times.

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This is Not a Nick Jonas Article

Insulin Nation

My web browser history has way too many urls leading to articles on the Kardashians than I am comfortable admitting, and Insulin Nation writes probably half a dozen articles each year about big-name folks with Type 1. Nick Jonas Image: Jaguar PS / Shutterstock.com Halle Berry Image: DFree / Shutterstock.com The post This is Not a Nick Jonas Article appeared first on Insulin Nation.

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Article: ‘Standing’ Could Halt King v. Burwell Case

ACA Times

The post Article: ‘Standing’ Could Halt King v. King v. Burwell, the lawsuit challenging a key part of the Affordable Care Act that is now before the Supreme Court, could be dismissed a technicality, says ACA Times Editor-in-Chief Robert Sheen. New reports suggest that some or all of the four plaintiffs in the case may not face the potential harm that they argue the law could cause them. If that’s true, they would lack standing – the legal right to sue.

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WSJ Article on MD Referrals & Leakage: Beware of Premature Conclusions

E-CareManagement

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recently published an article entitled The Hidden System That Explains How Your Doctor Makes Referrals. My beef with the article is that it guides readers toward premature conclusions. Here are 5 issues that are addressed in the article.

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First Capitol Featured in Business Journal Article on ACA

ACA Times

Companies with fewer than 100 employees who think they don’t have to worry about the Affordable Care Act until 2016 “missed the fine print,” says an article in the Los Angeles Business Journal which cites advice from Robert Sheen, Editor of the ACA Times and President of First Capitol Consulting, Inc. The post First Capitol Featured in Business Journal Article on ACA first appeared on The ACA Times.

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WSJ Article on MD Referrals & Leakage: Beware of Premature Conclusions

E-CareManagement

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recently published an article entitled The Hidden System That Explains How Your Doctor Makes Referrals. The article discusses aspects of how physician referrals are made and how hospital systems are concerned about potential “leakage” of referrals to competitors. My beef with the article is that it guides readers toward premature conclusions. Here are 5 issues that are addressed in the article.

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How to Navigate the Healthcare Regulatory Training Maze – Article

HealthStream

This article examines how meeting regulatory requirements for mandatory education doesn’t have to be a headache Making sure your providers are receiving every bit of the learning they need can seem impossible to address in in its entirety.

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DOC2US - What is Herpes?

Doc 2 Us

Telehealth & Telemedicine – Designing for New-age Healthcare Systems

Vishal Jadhav

How to Automate Patient Feedback at Federally Qualified Health Centers - Simple Interact

Ravi Kalidindi

A Transformation by Any Other Name Is Digitally the Same

Tom Barnett

Telehealth & Telemedicine-Designing for New-age Healthcare Systems Part II

Vishal Jadhav

The Importance of Health Screenings

Healthcare2U

Improving Resuscitation throughout the Care Continuum – Article Excerpt

HealthStream

Resuscitation Expert Donna Haynes make the case for redoubling the efforts across the healthcare continuum to improve resuscitation readiness and competency. Success rates are grim; we can make a difference

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Article—Using Artificial Intelligence to Assess Critical Thinking for Healthcare

HealthStream

Assessing clinical competency is essential for knowing whether healthcare staff members know how to create positive outcomes. Artificial Intelligence tools can play a key role in helping healthcare organizations ensure clinicians are prepared to provide great care

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The Consequences of Delaying Medical Care

Healthcare2U

Waiting to receive medical care is not only detrimental to a patient's health, but it can also be extremely damaging financially

The Importance of Employee Health & Well-Being

Kara Williams

What Are the Requirements for Telemedicine?

Caitlin Wolf

Effectively Utilizing Payment Integrity Solutions to Support Compliant Telehealth Billing

Kevin Nolan

Telehealth Funding and Grants

Caitlin Wolf

DOC2US - Ethics involving gamete donation

DOC2US

Lead article in influential journal proposes weaving participatory medicine into clinician education

Society for Participatory Medicine

A newly released peer-reviewed article hints at progress: formally introducing patient perspectives into not just the practice of medicine but into the framework of competencies by which new physicians are measured and certified. It’s the lead article of an annual special issue of International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine (IJPM). SPM co-founder Dave deBronkart gave a well-received closing speech at the 2017 forum and was asked to contribute the lead article for the issue.

A Vision For The Future of Telemedicine & Patient Engagement

Matt McBride

The Future Role of A.I. in Healthcare & Patient Engagement

Mend

Artificial intelligence is changing the landscape of every business, including your healthcare practice. As one of the world’s fastest-growing industries, the global AI market is projected to grow 38.1% annually through the year 2030.

What Contributes More to Healthy Aging: Exercise or Diet?

Umayr Azimi, MD

Event Tracking and Tracing with EMR

Sidney Smith

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