Fee-for-service vs. value-based reimbursement is a somewhat controversial topic in health care at the moment. There have been tremendous reforms in
Source: Fee-for-Service vs. Value-Based Reimbursement | Steven Krohn | Pulse | LinkedIn
“Medical scribes are EHR data managers that give back lost time to doctors,” Physicians Angels President Kevin Brady said.
Source: Why more providers are seeing value in medical scribes | Healthcare Dive
In this comprehensive guide to cybersecurity, Healthcare Dive explores why cybersecurity is important for hospitals, how cyberthreats are looming over the industry and what CIOs and CISOs worry about while on the job.
Source: Cybersecurity — What healthcare administrators need to know | Healthcare Dive
Health insurance companies are still wondering about the long-term policy to cover the cost of insuring 7 million low-income Americans.
Source: Continuation of cost-sharing subsidies won’t ease insurers’ uncertainty | Healthcare Dive
Dr. Mark Johannsson, academic dean of the College of Health Professions at University of Phoenix, says the actual power of health-related “Big Data” is not just the data that are collected.
Source: Leveraging Big Data to make better healthcare decisions | Healthcare Dive
Researchers at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have demonstrated that nesting specialized nanoparticles inside microparticles could protect engineered genes or virus-derived DNA against the rigors of the stomach and ensure safe passage to the intestine.
Source: New Method Offers Promise of DNA-Based Vaccines in Pill Form | Managed Care Magazine Online
The results can be tragic. Patients with addictions are unlikely to wait the hours or days it takes health insurers to approve the medications they need. Insurers are changing their practices, but not without some outside pressure.
Source: Are Insurers’ Prior Authorization Rules Killing Opioid Addicts? | Managed Care Magazine Online