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How Technology Can Temper the Compounding Cost of Comorbidities
Evidence is mounting that the highest healthcare costs and poorest outcomes are found in those who have comorbid physical and behavioral health conditions.
Highlights of the Business Guide for Quality Improvement in Healthcare
Continuous quality improvement (CQI) is an idea that pushes all members of your organization to ask questions like, how are we doing?
3 Steps to Take Today for Behavioral Health Orgs to Have a Value-Based Win
If you work in behavioral health and you are stuck in “talking but not doing,” check out these three tips built on the MIT Change Model.
Are You Eligible for Coverage Under FTCA?
FTCA protection is important for health centers by allowing them to focus time and money on the patient population they serve.
Getting to the Heart of the Matter – How Behavioral Health Works in Harmony With New Healthcare Business Models
For behavioral health organization executives to get and keep an audience for business, consider adopting these five tips.
Technology and the Opioid Epidemic: Your Questions Answered
What is the current state of the opioid crisis and what types of newer technology can help providers make a positive impact on outcomes?
Suicide Risk: A Growing Concern
The suicide rate increased 25% in less than two decades across the US, and more than 1 million people have made a suicide attempt in the past year.
Supporting Appropriate Opioid Prescribing
When process, incentives and legislation are aligned, prescribers make the best choice, and better outcomes result for all the patients we serve.
Empowering vs. Opposing Tech for Providers
Technological innovations have brought significant gains to healthcare – and few patients or providers would roll the scroll back to 1999.
Owning Your Healthcare Performance Data
As healthcare shifts to value-based purchasing, there are a few strategies that organizations and leaders can use to reduce the burden on providers.
The Data Problem in Healthcare – What Are We Going to Do About It?
As recently brought to light in CMS Administrator Seema Verma’s statements regarding the need to make claims data readily available, there is a wealth of data that is not being leveraged due to challenges around interoperability and access.
Social Determinants of Health: Food Security and Its Connection With Chronic Disease Treatment
A recent study by the Economic Research Service on food security and health among working-age adults showed strong correlation between food security and chronic health conditions. If we solved food insecurity, how would this affect diabetes management and chronic disease treatment?
Get the Most Out of Your Leadership Development Program
It has become crystal clear that organizations need to offer superior leadership development if they want to compete in the modern workforce.