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There are pronounced disparities in access to healthcare, appropriateness of care and patient experience exist in the LGBTQ community.
I remember during the last couple of years of my grandmother’s life her independence greatly diminished—especially as her Alzheimer ’s disease became worse. Eating, and especially certain foods like tomato soup—one of her favorites—became difficult.
HealthStream’s Second Opinions Podcast series features healthcare experts and their take on issues impacting the industry. We recently interviewed Elliot Clark, Chairman and CEO of SharedXpertise Media and HRO Today, a magazine focused on Human Resources leadership.
The demands on clinical research professionals to deliver high-quality study data more quickly and efficiently have arguably never been greater, but the industry continues to shy away from adapting technologies and new best practices that could help lighten the load.
Patient safety is foundational in delivering healthcare. If the patient does not feel safe, not much else can be accomplished. Here are five facts about patient safety that highlight its importance.
But as consumers face higher out-of-pocket costs for care, they become more likely to postpone treatment or service. Two out of five adults with high deductibles have delayed or avoided care based on the amount of out-of-pocket costs, according to a survey by The Commonwealth Fund.
eLearning is a great tool for RNs and for management’s efforts to foster a culture of lifelong learning. We need to help nurses develop and move away from task orientation to understand the bigger picture of patient care.
Because of MACRA, 2021 will be the year of great surprises for physicians and a catalyst year for retirements, for movement to larger groups, and for various other changes that will forever essentially alter the practice of medicine.
If you go into most commercial HR departments they have a wide variety of measurement and analytic tools at their disposal through applicant tracking solutions and planning tools that often may not be available in the healthcare space.
Being mindful of gender identity, sexual orientation and behavior as well as our own assumptions can help us to provide more affirming care for patients. This will result in better outcomes and an improved patient experience for LGBTQ patients.
With the annual publication every summer of the CMS open payments database, healthcare providers can manage risk to their financial health, tax-exempt status, and reputation by implementing a process to monitor payments made to their affiliated physicians.
The spend in the healthcare industry for HR overall is less than one percent of annual budget. They actually spend more in most healthcare systems on maintenance than they do on people.
CMS has issued new COPs for home health for the first time in a couple of decades; these changes will result in cultural change in the home health world.
While it is difficult to draw conclusions based on the year to year fluctuations in data from the Open Payments Database, we can begin to see trends by analyzing the data over three years.