Challenges such as homelessness, food insecurity, or unstable income are only exacerbated by COVID-19. Learn how payers are addressing social needs during a pandemic.
To support its broader care coordination initiative, the Nebraska Health Information Initiative (NEHII) has partnered with Collective Medical. Learn how increased interoperability is benefitting NEHII and its participants.
SNFs have seen over 216,000 COVID-19 cases. To keep infection spread under control, CMS is requiring facilities to report cases and follow federal guidelines, or risk financial penalties.
Nearly 1,100 healthcare workers have died of COVID-19. And many more are suffering negative impacts on their mental health. Caring for caregivers is more important than ever.
With COVID-19, payers must find new and innovative ways of ensuring their member’s chronic diseases are appropriately managed. Learn 3 steps payers are taking.
Over half of US adults have had their mental health negatively impacted by COVID-19. Through technology, payers can check in on members and ensure they’re receiving the care they need.
Since the pandemic started, 5.4 million individuals became uninsured. Learn what this means for payers in regards to revenue, enrollment, and premium rates for 2021.
As hospitals work to comply with the CMS Conditions of Participation, those that will benefit most will use the conditions as a springboard for coordination initiatives.
New changes to the CMS Conditions of Participation have created unique challenges for care teams. Learn about the potential pitfalls—and how to avoid them.
Here’s what you need to know about the new CMS Interoperability & Patient Access final rule, including the changes to the Conditions of Participation.
People of color are less likely to receive accurate diagnoses and sufficient pain management. Addressing biases and racial disparities can lead to better outcomes.
Skilled nursing facility patients are vulnerable to severe illness and death related to COVID-19. Learn how care collaboration can help fill care gaps.
Before COVID-19, the opioid epidemic was the nation’s most significant public health threat. Learn how the pandemic has impacted substance use disorder treatment.
Six in ten Americans have at least one chronic disease and 90 percent of healthcare spending is for those with chronic conditions. Learn three ways to improve chronic care management.
In the US, five percent of patients account for half of healthcare spending. ACOs devote significant attention to patients with complex needs to help improve outcomes and decrease the cost of care.