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Hospitals can cut costs with targeted screenings for children entering foster care
Nov 17 | Jeff Lagasse
Testing certain individuals instead of the patient population for diseases such as ...
Study claims US healthcare not prepared to advance emerging Alzheimer's therapies
Nov 17 | Jeff Lagasse
Advanced clinical trials are underway for at least 10 investigational ...
Denials still a major risk to revenue cycle departments, despite build-out
Nov 16 | Jeff Lagasse
Hospitals wrote off 90 percent more denials than six years ago, The Advisory Board found, ...
How one provider is using Medicare Advantage to improve population health
Nov 16 | Jeff Lagasse
Physicians will coordinate care across primary care, specialists, hospitals, laboratories ...
Uneven growth seen in medical research and development investments
Nov 14 | Jeff Lagasse
Medical and health R&D continues to account for less than 5 percent of the total $3.5 trillion ...
Report claims federal readmission reduction program is boosting mortality rates
Nov 13 | Jeff Lagasse
Data suggest program emphasizes strategies that unintentionally harmed patients with ...
Few seniors comparison shop for healthcare, though rising costs hit them hardest
Nov 13 | Jeff Lagasse
Seniors are more likely to weigh prices for groceries, gas, cable and internet ...
Hospital Elder Life Program shown to lower 30-day readmission rates
Nov 10 | Jeff Lagasse
Older adults with delirium have longer hospital stays, higher care costs, and increased rates of ...
How revenue cycle technology help small hospitals manage denials
Nov 10 | Jeff Lagasse
Southampton Hospital, Craneware partner to reorganize revenue cycle management team and platform to ...
Scripps Health plans $2.6 billion in new hospital construction
Nov 09 | Jeff Lagasse
As more care is being delivered in outpatient facilities, Scripps said it will design its acute care ...

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