The Payer Approach to Population Health Management

There are roughly 900 health insurance companies in the United States. The five most popular payers — UnitedHealth Group, Anthem, Kaiser Permanente, Ambetter and Humana — comprise 50 percent of health insurance enrollment.  Although they vary by size and the number of...

The Mental Health Care Dilemma and the Role of Technology in Improving Access to Treatment

The shortage of physicians in the United States is no secret. The U.S. faces a projected shortage of between 37,800 and 124,000 physicians by 2034. And, the Peterson-KFF Health System Tracker reports that only 12 percent of U.S. doctors are generalists.  The shortage...

How Promoting Health Literacy Has the Potential To Improve Patient Outcomes

Healthcare information, from medication commercials listing numerous possible side effects to educational material handed out by physicians, pervades the lives of many Americans. Even when the information is helpful instead of purely promotional, nearly half of all...

Utilizing Healthcare Technology to Promote Patient-Centered Care

Healthcare technology plays an important part in patient-centered care, especially as an increasing number of individuals prefer to communicate with their provider through digital health.

Healthcare Consumerism: The Importance of Meeting Empowered Patients’ Preferences

Consumers increasingly demand the convenience and transparency they have come to expect in other industries. They know what they want, and they want it now!

Are You Ready for the New TCPA Rules?

Are You Ready for the New TCPA Rules?

Are You Ready for the New TCPA Rules?  In less than two months, new rules for the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) will go into effect. For healthcare providers, that means knowing how to comply with them — or risk costly penalties.  What is the TCPA? It was...

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