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Nov 11 | Jeff Lagasse
The findings underscore the need for health systems to address issues of implicit biases and to diversify the physician workforce.
Sticker printed with "People love us on Yelp"
Nov 11 | Jeff Lagasse
Patients tend to trust reviews, while physicians don't, and the physicians just may be right.
A telehealth consultation via handheld screen
Nov 10 | Jeff Lagasse
Some patients remain wary of going into the clinic, with lack of transportation and other…
Person using phone and laptop at a coffee shop
Oct 23 | Mallory Hackett
Financial wellbeing depends on earning a patient's loyalty for life, says VP of business innovation and…
This is a renewed agreement to ensure that Cigna’s Floridian members can continue to have uninterrupted access to their providers through Envision.
Oct 22 | Mallory Hackett
This is a renewed agreement to ensure that Cigna's Floridian members can continue to have…
RWJBarnabas sign with building
Oct 14 | Mallory Hackett
RWJBarnabas is partnering with St. Peter's and will announce a definitive agreement to acquire Trinitas…
Hand-holding at hospital bedside
Oct 07 | Jeff Lagasse
Winning back patient trust is essential to stemming the avoidance of deferred care and pumping life back into…
Patient holds a tablet with image of healthcare provider
Oct 06 | Jeff Lagasse
New technologies also benefit providers as they look to retain service line revenues by offering remote care.
Doctor shows patient info on screen
Oct 01 | Jeff Lagasse
The system's dashboard has resulted in a rolling two-week forecast that has closely mirrored caseload to date.
Hooded hacker with screen showing letters
Sep 29 | Jeff Lagasse
Computer systems began to fail over the weekend, forcing some hospitals to file information with pen and paper.

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