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Challenges of Developing Workers Compensation Treatment Guidelines

Workers compensation treatment guidelines can help prevent unnecessary medical procedures and the prescribing of potentially harmful medications. However, they are not all the same, nor are they without challenges. Understanding a jurisdiction's strengths/weaknesses, taking a strategic approach to developing guidelines, and using common sense can lead to better outcomes for injured workers—and, ultimately, lower costs for payers.

Not Waiting For Capitol Hill: Health System Leaders Move Ahead

Despite industry uncertainty about the fate of healthcare under the new administration and Republican Congress, health system leaders move ahead and are preparing for the future. A recent Premier Inc. survey show the target areas for improvements within their systems. The results signal growth concerns and why the leaders will not wait for Capitol Hill results.

Cyber-attacks Vulnerable Healthcare Industries

WannaCry ransomware attack jumped cyber threat levels to new heights. Particularly hard hit were healthcare facilities in the UK. Three news articles summarize the attack and address healthcare industry's vulnerability. The US missed the brunt of the lockdown because of an accident in the form of an entrepreneurial coder inadvertently tripping the "kill switch". Cyber-attacks vulnerable healthcare industries missed the 10 years of preparation.

2017-05-17T01:48:58+00:00 By |Healthcare IT, Services|

CMO-CFO Collaboration Marks Success

It is important to acknowledge that CMOs and CFOs speak different languages, have different perspectives and focus on different goals. It is absolutely critical for clinical and financial leaders to recognize and understand the pain points of their colleagues on the other side of the C-suite. The need for CMO-CFO collaboration is just as evident in the financial realm of health care organizations.

Outsourcing Complex Claims and Cases Review

Both payers and providers cannot find enough specialized talent for reviewing complex cases and claims, especially, behavioral health care. This unfortunately leads to in-house staff making decisions and hoping the decisions stick. Revenue processes need razor-thin efficiency in this new age of healthcare and using experienced personnel for making high risk decisions makes the most of your resources.

AHCA and Three Scenarios: Repeal, Replace, Repair

Any similarities of the title of this blog and Goldilocks and the Three Bears belies the serious decisions needed for the next round of healthcare reform. Last month, PwC’s Health Research Institute (HRI) released another fantastic research piece that maps out three possible landing spots: repeal, replace, repair. Here are 10 instances which can help you better identify when its time to look for a partner.

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