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More Than a Fashion Statement, Today’s Wearable Technology Can Save Patient Lives More Than a Fashion Statement, Today’s Wearable Technology Can Save Patient Lives

Though wearable technology has been around for years, it’s finally getting the attention it deserves, thanks to the introduction of the new Apple Watch and its health monitoring applications. Read More

Tax-related Identity Theft Scam Targets Physicians Tax-related Identity Theft Scam Targets Physicians

I recently received a warning on a tax-related identity theft scam targeting doctors from the Arizona Medical Association and the Maricopa County Medical Association. The threat is national in scope and all doctors need to be aware of this information and take basic, Read More

Physician Compensation: How Medicare Reporting May Create Risk Physician Compensation: How Medicare Reporting May Create Risk

Contributed by Ike Devji, J.D., Asset Protection & Wealth Preservation Attorney for Business Owners and Physicians and contributor of  PhysicianPractice.com. Read More

Employee Credentialing: Medical Practice Liability for Doctors Employee Credentialing: Medical Practice Liability for Doctors

A wide variety of medical practice employees, including doctors, nurses, and various clinical assistants, must be very specifically credentialed based on both the specifics of your practice and third-party payer contracts. This week we take a look at this growing area of exposure for medical practices and some basic credentialing compliance best practices. Read More

New Study of Physical Therapists Reveals Surprising Job Perspectives New Study of Physical Therapists Reveals Surprising Job Perspectives

July 30, 2012

Employee communications research firm Peer Group US, a division of CKR Interactive, has released major findings from the 2012 National Physical Therapist Survey, which explores the job perspectives and employment preferences of today’s physical therapist population. Read More

Rethinking Value Delivery In Health Plan Operations Rethinking Value Delivery In Health Plan Operations

The state of operations at most health plan organizations is one of upheaval. Most would agree that substantial change and stamina are needed for a healthy tomorrow.  In the course of interacting with dozens of health plan operations executives, we have listened to and discussed many of their most pressing challenges brought about by healthcare reform, the innovations they were pioneering, and their visions for the future building of a sustainable health plan operating model. Read More

Healthcare 2015 and U.S. Health Plans Healthcare 2015 and U.S. Health Plans

The environment in which U.S. health plans operate is fundamentally changing as the healthcare system struggles to address ever increasing cost, quality and access pressures. U.S. healthcare expenditures per capita are 2.3 times higher than that of other developed countries and are projected to increase 83 percent over the next ten years. Read More

Reduce Re-hospitalization Rates Reduce Re-hospitalization Rates

Reimbursement cuts are coming to the worst performing hospitals in October of this year – and they’re turning to post-acute partners to help get readmissions under control.  Post-acute providers that fail to help hospitals address readmissions will see census dwindle. Read More

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