Blockchain for Healthcare

May 20, 2018

In today’s digital world, different systems interact with each other for data and information exchange. We expect each interaction transaction between the systems to be secure and reliable. Blockchain is a new technology that promises an efficient, cost-effective, reliable, and secure system for conducting and recording any transaction without the need of middleman.

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Girling Health Care

Girling Healthcare has a long history of providing the highest quality health care in the home. We have operations in thirteen states: Alabama , California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia. At Girling, we strive to meet the healthcare and personal care needs of our patients and clients using a team approach.

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Succeeding In Value-Based Care With A Next-Gen Revenue Cycle

whitePaper | January 17, 2020

Value-based reimbursement (VBR) models are becoming more common. Success under these models depends on showing positive improvement in key metrics, but providers often struggle to accurately report the quality of care provided. A next-generation revenue cycle that combines clinically aware artificial intelligence (AI) with an unmatched foundation of evidence-based medical research and knowledge provides the transparency necessary to both accurately report care quality and directly influence the patient satisfaction quality metric. This paper reviews how a well-tuned revenue cycle can help hospitals succeed with value-based contracts, earning appropriate incentives and avoiding penalties.

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Helping Patients Find and Engage with Clinical Trials

whitePaper | June 3, 2022

With increased scrutiny from regulatory agencies, advocacy groups and the public for clinical trial transparency, sponsors are feeling the pressure to ramp up efforts to make their studies more accessible.

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How Healthcare Providers Are Adapting in the Era of Telehealth, and Why Radiology was Uniquely Suited to Go Hybrid

whitePaper | September 26, 2022

As hospitals and private health offices nationwide slowly begin to emerge from the COVID-induced challenges posed over the last two years, there is a new understanding of, and necessity for, adaptable medical technology and practices.

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Data Solutions Address Diversity Challenges in Clinical Trials

whitePaper | July 22, 2022

Once considered novel, it is now widely accepted that Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) such as financial stability, health literacy, race, and ethnicity influence up to 80% of health outcomes.

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Emerging Technology and the Security Implications for theHealth Sector

whitePaper | September 8, 2022

Artificial intelligence in healthcare has the potential to revolutionize clinical research and the monitoring and delivery of care

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How health systems can recover millions in lost revenue

whitePaper | February 5, 2020

The landscape of healthcare revenue appears bleak: costs and expenses are rising, while reimbursements decline. Traditionally, solutions focus on preventative measures, yet costly write-offs remain ever-present. This is especially true with respect to commercial claims, where denials are plentiful and appeals complicated and labor intensive. How, then, can you mitigate loss without straining your resources? One answer is claims appeals through the Federal ERISA process. Through specialization in Federal ERISA Law, the experienced staff of ERISA Recovery can collect on aged claims without undue burden on your systems.

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Girling Health Care

Girling Healthcare has a long history of providing the highest quality health care in the home. We have operations in thirteen states: Alabama , California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia. At Girling, we strive to meet the healthcare and personal care needs of our patients and clients using a team approach.

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