• Does Pharmacy Charging have you in a Frenzy?
    Pharmacy charging can be one of the most complex forms of charging. For most charges within a hospital, you have an order for a service. Upon completion of that service, a charge is created. There are some nuances like which location the patient is registered to, what status the order is in, or what type of patient the encounter is for, but those charges are often relatively easy for a hospital to build and support. These charges can be described as “true or false” for the charge to ...
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  • Struggling with Claim Denials due to Obsolete NDCs?
    Has your organization received denials of claims due to the National Drug Code (NDC) on the claim being deemed as an obsolete National Drug Code by the insurance company? When a claim is sent to the payor with a drug on it that has an obsolete NDC associated with it, typically the payor will deny the entire claim due to an obsolete NDC. This causes more rework for your organization’s billing office and/or PFS team. Dispensing of drugs that have an obsolete NDC can negatively impact billing...
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  • Innovation Sponsor WorkOutLoud to Demo Most Comprehensive Event Management Addition to Its Community Platform for First Time at CMX 2022
    REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 14, 2022—WorkOutLoud, a leading provider of a social platform designed specifically to facilitate customer collaboration that fosters brand engagement and loyalty, today announced that it will be demonstrating its new all-in-one event management addition for the first time at CMX Summit, which will be held Sept. 14-15 in Redwood City, Calif. In addition, as a CMX Innovation Sponsor, company CEO and founder Eric Lopez will help kick off the first ...
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  • eTech Insight – Digital Health for Equitable Health Alliance Launched
    The Problem: Making Healthcare Access and Delivery Available to All Healthcare availability, access, and delivery have been compromised for low-income, minority, and underserved populations for far too long. In many metropolitan areas, citizens are faced with healthcare deserts that dissuade people from seeking healthcare when they are most in need or from maintaining healthcare therapies because of inconvenience. This results in populations of patients that are high risk for receiving needed...
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  • WorkOutLoud Expands Community Engagement Platform Leadership with Launch of All-in-One, Intuitive Virtual Event Platform
    WorkOutLoud Expands Community Engagement Platform Leadership with Launch of All-in-One, Intuitive Virtual Event Platform August 23, 2022 WorkOutLoud Expands Community Engagement Platform Leadership with Launch of All-in-One, Intuitive Virtual Event Platform  New WorkOutLoud Venue provides comprehensive analytics/reporting and ease-of-use outperform Zoom, WebEx, GoTo Meeting, Teams. MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 23, 2022—WorkOutLoud™, a premier provider of a community e...
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  • Cracking the Code of Hospital Re-admissions
    For the past decade, hospital re-admissions has been a billion-dollar question that healthcare organizations and regulatory institutions have struggled to answer. When the Affordable Care Act established the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP) in 2012 by most accounts it provided a practical framework and motivation for hospitals to target minimizing readmissions across the continuum of care. However, the addition of punitive measures for failing to meet certain re-admission thresholds...
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  • eTech Insight—Alexa Together Continues to Advance Home Care Functionality
    Keeping Family Members in the Loop of Elderly Care The boomer generation will test the capacity and flexibility of the existing US healthcare system over the next two decades. By 2030, Medicare is expected to cost approximately $259.8 billion. One way to reduce this cost is to use emerging digital technologies to help treat boomers more effectively in homecare settings. Digital technologies have proven to be an effective foundation for virtual care services during the pandemic. Tele...
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  • eTech Insight – Universal Language Translators Will Improve Healthcare Services
    The Problem: Significant Patient Populations Don’t Speak English as a First Language The US has a very diverse population of peoples from around the world that are living in our country. When a non-English-speaking person presents for healthcare services, the inability for the person to converse in English with care providers can become a safety and care quality issue. This is referred to as limited English proficiency (LEP). LEP is an independent driver of health di...
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  • The Wisdom of Engaging “Forgotten Stakeholders” Ahead of a Merger or Acquisition
    Download S&P's article and learn how to mitigate the perils of clinician resistance around M&A through thoughtful EHR and workflow integration/migration.
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  • Never send a human to do a machine's job
    By: Jesse Hodes, Vice President, Sales The fear of automation, artificial intelligence, and technological advancements, in general, is a tale as old as time, or at least the entire time I have been alive. During the last few decades, we have even seen Hollywood push this agenda with films such as The Matrix, Ex Machina, and I Robot suggesting to automation alarmists that technology will one day lead to catastrophic consequences for humanity. Because of these fears, production of the most comm...
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