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ER Patient Follow-up

Millions of patients visit the emergency department each year, and outpatient follow-up care is often recommended. Unfortunately, rates of compliance remain poor. ER patient follow-up is important for any additional testing, and to ensure the initial diagnosis was correct and treatment was effective. Patients who skip lab work or aftercare appointments are more likely to […]

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Antipsychotic Medication in Skilled Nursing Centers

The role of the healthcare community, including skilled nursing centers is to provide high quality care andtreatment to individuals to ensure good quality of life. Unfortunately, a trend has arisen across thecountry of using antipsychotic medication to help ease their treatment. In fact, 15.4% of residents arereceiving such medication. Fortunately, the figure is slightly lower […]

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Heathcare compliance

Why do we need compliance in healthcare? The main aim is to prevent fraud and abuse in in the submission of claims for clinical services, which is where the industry is most vulnerable. The process of healthcare compliance helps in implementing the regulations and laws made for health care facilities’ protection. Even if the law […]

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Healthcare and Social Media

One of the most regulated industries as it relates to privacy is healthcare. However our society is going through a stage where the distance between public and private information is narrowing, specifically with social media. In fact, many feel healthcare is one of the most impacted by social media. As a result, many healthcare professionals […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease

As our population ages, the healthcare industry has taken a higher priority on identifying and eventually tackling issues that impact seniors.  One of the major areas that affects older generations is dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.  It is estimated that over 50 million people have a form of dementia.  Currently, there is no cure but medication […]

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