The Collaborative Role of Technology and PharmD in Managing Chronic Conditions

The prevalence and cost of chronic, cardiometabolic conditions like Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Disease is one of the greatest healthcare challenges we face today. Luckily, price points are coming down on cellular and Bluetooth-enabled medical devices like blood pressure cuffs and glucometers, and at the same time, enhanced interoperability capabilities are allowing us to seamlessly pull patient-generated data from the devices into analytics platforms and combine it with patient record data from the EHR.  The connection gives clinicians a more complete view of their patients’ health whether at the point-of-care or virtually giving them the ability to detect costly complications before they happen, and prompting them to intervene with appropriate guideline-based management.
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Rural Healthcare Clinic Revenue Cycle Focus

Eide Bailly

This webinar provides guidance on billing rules and regulations associated with the revenue cycle processes within the RHC. We will focus on the importance of identifying and resolving obstacles that may keep an organization from meeting goals for best practice benchmarks. Ensuring staff have current policies and procedures for charge capture, claim submission and the collection process ensures consistent, focused efforts in maintaining the accounts receivable.
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Understanding BRAF-Mutations in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

ACCC

BRAF Mutations in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer The MAPK Signaling Pathway in Colorectal Cancer.National Comprehensive Cancer Network NCCN mCRC Testing Recommendations.
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2023 Reimbursement Reality

The pandemic propelled many changes for medical practices, but few anticipated the massive challenges to the revenue cycle that are our reality today. Staffing shortages have strained internal business processes for many, compounded by an uptick in claim denials.
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Securing IoT - Essential Steps in Ensuring Patient Safety

HIMSS Media

IoT has transformed healthcare in a significant way and is a game-changer for providers who embrace next-generation technology. Technologies that track patient data, improve healthcare operations, and provide remote and mobile patient monitoring help reduce costs and improve delivery of patient care. The variety and novelty of these devices introduces a range of cybersecurity concerns related to the Confidentiality-Integrity and Availability (CIA) triad that underpins HIPAA compliance, patient data protection, and overall information security. There are steps you can take, both before your medical devices get hacked and after it happens. Learn how to detect intruders and expel them quickly so that you can maintain your security posture and quality of patient care.
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