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Fri, 01 Feb 2019
1. More Nurse Practitioners Slated to Meet Patient Care Access Needs
2. How Can Health Pros Address Cost as Medication Adherence Barrier?
3. 5,000 more seniors to benefit from short-term care
4. Amita Health names 3 regional leaders, post-acute care officer
5. Wilkie: VA Care Access Standards Boost Quality, Not Privatization
6. CMS App to Drive Beneficiary Education About Plan Coverage
7. UPMC, AstraZeneca Enter Value-Based Pharmaceutical Contract
8. CMS chief: Providers should expect new set of quality measures
9. HHS Sets New Priorities for Physician-Focused Payment Models
10. Utilizing Online Provider Reviews to Assess Patient Satisfaction
There are 270,000 licensed nurse practitioners prepared to fill physician shortage and patient care access gaps, according to AANP. Nurse practitioners are making their mark on patient care access as more ...
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Cost is known as a top medication adherence barrier. How can clinicians and industry leaders address these issues? As healthcare professionals continue to push for better chronicdisease management, they continue to face high healthcare ...
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The number of senior Australians receiving short-term restorative care each year will almost triple on the back of the Government’s $58 million annual funding boost, announced today. The Government will allocate 775 new short-term ...
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Lisle, Ill.-based Amita Health appointed new leaders for its Chicago Metro, Northwest and South regions as well as its post-acute care division. Amita Health named Scott Teffeteller senior vice president and regional operating officer ...
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VA Secretary Wilkie addressed concerns about VA privatization, the MISSION Act, and patient care access standards in a recent statement. The Department of Veterans Affairs will be revamping its patient care access standards...
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The What’s Covered app from CMS will drive beneficiary education about Medicarecovered services. CMS has launched a new patient-facing app geared toward improving beneficiary education about basic ...
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UPMC Health Plan and AstraZeneca have launched a value-based pharmaceutical contract for a cardiovasculardrug. UPMC Health Plan and AstraZeneca are taking on the challenge of a value-based pharmaceutical contract for one of the manufacture...
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In a fiery speech Tuesday, the head of the CMS top official issued a “call to action” to providers and said the healthcare industry’s status quo is no longer acceptable....
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HHS will prioritize physician-focused payment models that cut avoidable events by ten percent, reduce spending by $10 billion annually, and empower beneficiaries. Healthcare stakeholders looking to develop their own alternative payment mode...
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Online provider reviews are teaching tools, according to Press Ganey’s Thomas Lee, and therefore must glean a breadth of valuable data. Online provider reviews and patient satisfaction surveying are not new concepts in healthcare...
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