The Blockchain in Healthcare Industry

Attune World Wide

The Webinar discusses the core and most important information specifically related to the Healthcare Industry in Blockchain Technology. Blockchain, when used with the Healthcare Industry, becomes doon for all the Users working on Healthcare platforms.
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Today's value-focused healthcare models theorize that engaged patients not only are healthier and more satisfied but also may generate fewer costs than the non-engaged. Whether patient engagement translates to a healthy bottom line remains to be seen.

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Aligning Incentives to Drive Value-Based Care

Change Healthcare

Standardized, transparent Episodes of Care are essential for driving Value-Based Care adoption at scale. That’s why the State of Maryland and CareFirst leveraged Change Healthcare's Prometheus Analytics to create the Episode Quality Improvement Program (EQIP), a collaborative, voluntary program that aligns the incentives built into commercial and state programs in order to improve care and reduce costs.
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Skilled Nursing Facility Patient Drive Payment Model (PDPM)

Omnicare

This special webinar will provide some thought-provoking questions to help you get ready for the biggest change in long-term care in decades. Beginning October 1, a new case-mix model, the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM), is set to take effect and replace the existing RUG-IV case-mix classification model. Reimbursement will largely shift from rehabilitation services to nursing services. It is essential that skilled nursing facilities consider every care process, from improved nursing assessment skills to a different relationship with their rehab provider.
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How Has COVID Permanently Changed Healthcare

COVID-19 transformed how we collectively delivered care in 2020. Not only are we seeing an upending of traditional health care settings, but patients increasingly expect to know the costs of their care ahead of time.
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Are You Ready for EKRA? What You Need to Know Now About How this New Legislation Affects Your Lab

darkdaily

As written, however, EKRA is far more expansive with its broad language enabling the federal government to monitor provider arrangements intended to generate business for any laboratory services, not just those related to individuals in treatment for substance abuse disorders, payable by a FHCP or commercial health insurer.
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Today's value-focused healthcare models theorize that engaged patients not only are healthier and more satisfied but also may generate fewer costs than the non-engaged. Whether patient engagement translates to a healthy bottom line remains to be seen.

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