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Because the United States has a predominantly service-based economy, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics also tells us that jobs in healthcare and social assistance are expected to drive a significant portion of the job growth during the near future.
As credentials verification matures, the CVO function will undoubtedly change. Electronic processing will accelerate, by necessity. What does that mean for changing how the CVO does things?
A team of content experts from HCCS, A HealthStream Company, recently attended the Health Care Compliance Association’s 2018 Enforcement Conference, where some sessions focused on the changing approach to CIAs.
Compliance jobs exist across many industries, but job duties and responsibilities for them are remarkably similar, regardless of where you work. . Here some of the typical positions representative of a healthcare compliance program.
The regulatory burden faced by organizations across the healthcare continuum is significant in terms of the time and resources involved in meeting its requirements. $39 billion is the annual cost to healthcare providers to comply with the administrative aspects of regulatory compliance.
Digital transformation requires rethinking business processes of all kinds. It’s fundamentally about using digital technologies and data to put the customer/patient at the center of your business.
The cost of turnover at one major medical center represented a loss of more than 5 percent of the total annual operating budget, according to an article in Health Care Management Review.
The career outlook for healthcare compliance careers is very promising. A few years ago, The Wall Street Journal labeled compliance officer the hottest job in America.
We are seeing the beginning of the move to voice access in healthcare, which was easy to predict once voice-powered technologies became commonplace in the U.S. home environment.
The HHS Secretary has declared a public health emergency in response to increased use and abuse of prescription opioids. The industry is facing more monitoring, more scrutiny, and more prescription oversight.
Every time a healthcare employee leaves, there is a potential impact on care quality, patient experience, and organizational operations. Why does it happen and what should be done about it?
Cybersecurity follows closely behind the False Claims Act as a focus for healthcare compliance.
We are now rapidly moving into collecting data related to credentialing, privileging and enrollment. Those that work in those areas are regularly being asked for data – and the data needs to be compared to other organizations in order to be most relevant and actionable.
Evidence-based practice has become the go-to standard for clinical effectiveness, and nurses must lead the way to integrate the concept into all aspects of patient care.
The looming physician shortage represents a dire situation for the state of healthcare in the U.S., as many experts predict that demand for health services will soon exceed the industry’s capacity to provide care.