Thought Leadership

Getting Ready for New Federal Rules on Interoperability & Information Blocking

The Department of Health and Human Services will soon publish final rules on several facets of the 21st Century Cures Act that have broad ramifications on the healthcare technology industry. Taken together, these efforts are aimed at facilitating interoperability to improve care coordination and transitions of care. Learn how Collective can help.

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White Paper

Addressing the Behavioral Health Shortage Through Care Collaboration

Every year, around 45 million adults in the United States experience a mental health condition. Additionally, The US spends over $200 billion and $35 billion per year on mental disorders and substance use disorders, respectively. This white paper discusses the shortage of behavioral health professionals, government initiatives, the role of collaboration, and success stories from organizations who have improved clinical and financial outcomes by prioritizing care coordination.

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Thought Leadership

5 Biggest Healthcare Policy Changes in 2019

Changes in healthcare policies impacted a number of areas this year, including the opioid crisis, social determinants of health, value-based care, workplace violence, and the emergency department. Here are the top five policy changes that were proposed or took effect...

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Thought Leadership

Social Determinants of Health at a Glance

For patients affected by social determinants of health, every aspect of their lives can be impacted. From health literacy to being able to properly store medications. Learning how social determinants affect health care is the first step to addressing the...

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Thought Leadership

How ACOs Can Improve Partnerships With SNFs

Accountable care organizations, or ACOs, are responsible for a variety of diverse beneficiaries, many of which have chronic conditions or complex needs. This makes care collaboration essential when it comes to best supporting these beneficiaries and improving care...

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Thought Leadership

Embracing the Spirit of the New Discharge Planning Rule

The new discharge planning rule from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) went into effect late November. The final rule is intended to empower patients and enhance their rights, in addition to utilizing technology to ensure seamless transitions...

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