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Blockchain Technology in Healthcare: Disruptor or Fad?

July 11, 2018

Among emerging technologies, blockchain technology probably ranks somewhere near artificial intelligence and machine learning in the level of discussion being generated about its potential to revolutionize health information technology and the sector itself.  An IBM survey reported that 16 percent of 200 surveyed healthcare executives had plans to implement a blockchain solution in 2017 and that 56 percent expected to by 2020.  This eAlert offers a brief look at what has been described as possibly the most significant IT disruptor since the internet, as well as a glimpse of some of its potential uses in healthcare and medicine.

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Tackle Physician Burnout with Two-Pronged Interventions

July 5, 2018

The depersonalization, emotional exhaustion and reduced feelings of accomplishment that characterize the phenomenon known as physician burnout—and that remain endemic in healthcare—call for a combination of organizational and individual interventions, a review published in June issue of the Journal of Internal Medicine reports.

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Far-Reaching Opioid Bill Passes House

June 27, 2018

In what the House Energy and Commerce Committee has described as “the most significant congressional effort against a single drug crisis in history,” the House of Representatives has passed, by an overwhelming majority, the bipartisan SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act (H.R. 6) to curb the growing opioid crisis.  The bill will serve as the vehicle for a variety of House-passed bills related to the opioid epidemic as it moves to the Senate in July.

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Integrated Services: The CHRONIC Care Act’s Potential—and Possible Pitfalls

June 13, 2018

Among other things, the CHRONIC Care Act of 2017 will allow Medicare Advantage (MA) plans to offer chronically ill beneficiaries a broader range of services and supports.  One of its main purposes is to integrate medical care with non-medical long-term services and supports (LTSS), which could include everything from vision and hearing aids, transportation services and scooters to environmental modifications such as grab bars and raised toilet seats to better meet the health and well-being needs of chronically ill patients.

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