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HIMSS outlines 4 ways to fight the opioid crisis
Sep 21 | Susan Morse
Association calls on healthcare to more effectively share date and give clinicians the tools they need to improve ...
EHRs make it harder for surgeons to spend time with patients, study finds
Sep 21 | Jeff Lagasse
Even after an initial learning period, which typically takes about eight months, ...
Few health insurance plans rank highest or lowest in NCQA's plan ratings
Sep 21 | Susan Morse
NCQA uses HEDIS scores to rate plans, a performance measure used by more than 90 ...
Fatigue, scheduling, data all contributors to pervasive physician burnout epidemic
Sep 21 | Jeff Lagasse
They're having to interact with an EHR and are doing a lot more to advise and ...
Accountable care organizations: Time to make risk-adjustment more stable
Sep 21 | Susan Morse
In two separate moves on one day, ACO stakeholders ask CMS to keep upside-only risk model, ...
How providers can innovate to combat physician burnout
Sep 21 | Jeff Lagasse
Increasingly, health leaders are recognizing the need to utilize one or more approaches to the multifaceted ...
Veterans Affairs report shows VA hospitals making strides in quality
Sep 20 | Jeff Lagasse
About 71 percent of its total facilities have shown improvement, according to the internal ...
Low consumer health fluency could lead to billions in tax savings on table during open enrollment
Sep 20 | Jeff Lagasse
Part of the issue is that consumers are often undisciplined about ...
CMS: Innovative new payment models are coming -- and some will be mandatory
Sep 20 | Susan Morse
CMS has made it clear that it wants health systems to share the risk of cost and outcomes.

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