When it comes to your personal wealth, would you rather have your money monitored or managed? Why should it be any different than your health, or the health of an aging relative?
It isn’t just what you do for your patients, it’s how you do it.
Patients decide whether they like their healthcare provider and will visit them based on more than just medical expertise.
Over the past several years, we have seen an increasing awareness of the need for evolution of Medicaid-funded healthcare from traditional “fee for service” to accountable outcome-focused care.
The promise and effectiveness of technology enhanced in-home care is tremendous.
The news is constantly full of stories about medical breakthroughs that are helping us live longer but for many this has not translated to better.
As our population continues to live longer, it is no surprise that the challenge for providing effective and value-based healthcare is increasing.
In the age of technology, chat bots, and electronic charting, the healthcare industry is seeing radical changes in its approach to patients.
In the age of social media and data mining, leveraging predictive models for better outcomes has become paramount for many organizations.