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January 18, 2017
Last week, MiraMed's senior executives attended the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco along with top executives from more than 450 private and public companies in biotech, pharmaceutical, medical device and technology, as well as healthcare providers, payers, private equity and venture capital firms. Presentations provided a glimpse of the future in terms of strategic thinking and trends among some of the nation’s largest providers, vendors and investors.
Read more: Healthcare Industry Strategic Trends: Takeaways from the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference
January 11, 2017
One of the greatest technological achievements in the 21st Century was is the creation of the Internet. Its formation has effectively changed almost every aspect of business and personal communication.
Read more: Healthcare’s Newest Security Threat: IoT
January 4, 2017
Hospitals and health systems can make a more meaningful dent in the costs of care and improve the value of the care they deliver by zeroing in on the social and behavioral health needs of their most complex high-need patients, according to a new report published by The Commonwealth Fund.
Read more: Study Shows How to Meet the Needs of Complex High-Need Patients
December 28, 2016
On December 14, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) published a final rule amending its medical regulations to expand the scope of practice for certain Advanced-Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) at VA facilities. The VA believes the rule, which becomes effective January 14, 2017, will make it easier for veterans to be seen by medical professionals by increasing the number of available primary-care providers.
Read more: Veterans Affairs Issues Final Rule Expanding Practice Authority
December 14, 2016
The spotlight on the healthcare industry grows brighter every day. The industry is facing immense scrutiny on every aspect of the clinical and business drivers. Healthcare delivery is morphing from a fragmented multi-organizational industry to a more consolidated business structure where major players are merging or acquiring smaller entities. This consolidation transition is happening within a complex, highly regulated and systematized industry. Healthcare delivery is at a crossroads with its consumers. Patients have more control over who provides their care, how it is paid for and the way it is administered. Consumerism is flourishing, and patients now have new tools that provide them with more transparency and control, allowing them to be better prepared to navigate the care continuum.
Read more: 2016 Healthcare Year in Review
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