The Consumer Healthcare Revolution | September 2015 Functional Forum

| May 16, 2016

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If you have been following the Functional Forum for a while you know we have been hinting at some transformative new opportunities within healthcare that will drive the rapid adoption of Functional and Integrative medicine into mainstream medicine. On this Functional Forum, we will be making some very exciting announcements regarding some of these opportunities, including a new alternative to commercial insurance that pays for integrative medicine. We will also be previewing our two big events for 2015.

Spotlight

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc.

With over 75 years of endless innovation, the future of Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas continues to look bright. Konica Minolta Healthcare is committed to being the industry leader in medical diagnostic, Primary Imaging Solutions focused on Digital Radiography, Ultrasound and Healthcare IT. As part of a high performing team you’ll be able to develop your talents and be able make a difference. Our employees are driven to service customers in the healthcare community in exceptional ways, focusing on delivering an outstanding customer experience.

OTHER ARTICLES

How to optimize health IT systems for immunization drives

Article | April 15, 2021

Government bodies have organized vaccination drives from the days of paper, pen and file folders. Nations across the globe have successfully run vaccination programs on a large scale. In countries such as India, with the second-largest population, a vaccination campaign to eradicate polio was delivered at specified centers and going door-to-door. India was declared officially polio-free in March 2014. All without technology! Routine vaccination administration has always been either by a scheduled or walk-in appointment. Vaccinating populations for polio, smallpox or similar diseases has always been a part of a multi-year plan for governments.

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Future of Telehealth Reimbursement: Offering Medicare Telehealth Services?

Article | May 24, 2021

While many United States healthcare providers are returning to their in-person offices, many others are digging in to offer hybrid telehealth or exclusive telehealth practices moving forward. Understanding the future of telehealth reimbursement is then a pivotal issue. As a hub for telehealth consultants and trainers, the Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) is receiving daily requests for assistance from behavioral health groups and independent practitioners seeking to position themselves for telehealth expansion optimally.

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The Impact of COVID-19 on Health and Finance

Article | March 25, 2020

The new coronavirus has imminent and profound implications for health plans, benefit providers, health systems, and financial institutions. These constituents require a rapid strategic response as they brace for a landscape that is different from anything forecasts have offered to date. A digital workplace, interoperability, customer-centricity, and fraud prevention are just a few of the factors that will play a part in such a strategic response. Interoperability of disparate electronic medical records (EMR) systems is the promise and the bane of the healthcare industry. The fix is not quick or easy. But the current environment brings renewed purpose to those initiatives. Health plans and benefit providers have a pivotal role in managing public worries regarding testing and treatment for the new coronavirus as well as any underlying conditions that require medical treatment. While these organizations are likely to be in rapid-planning-and-response mode, member engagement must be part of that rapid planning and response. Some have already announced they will waive prior authorizations for COVID-19 tests or expand access to telehealth services, but that is only the tip of the iceberg of what member engagement can look like.

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What are the Risks of AI in the healthcare industry

Article | April 21, 2020

While artificial intelligence (AI) offers numerous advantages across a wide range of businesses and applications, an ongoing report spreads out some convincing focuses on the different difficulties and perils of using AI in the social insurance segment. As of late, AI has been progressively consolidated all through the medicinal services space. Machines would now be able to give emotional wellness help by means of a chatbot, screen tolerant wellbeing, and even anticipate heart failure, seizures, or sepsis.

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Spotlight

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc.

With over 75 years of endless innovation, the future of Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas continues to look bright. Konica Minolta Healthcare is committed to being the industry leader in medical diagnostic, Primary Imaging Solutions focused on Digital Radiography, Ultrasound and Healthcare IT. As part of a high performing team you’ll be able to develop your talents and be able make a difference. Our employees are driven to service customers in the healthcare community in exceptional ways, focusing on delivering an outstanding customer experience.

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