Free Webinar: Beyond Concordance Rates: BHM’s New Innovations for Improving the Peer Review Process BHM Healthcare Solutions debuts its exciting new web-based suite of data reporting tools! BHM is at the forefront of data mining allowing clients to do a deeper dive on case data. Unlike any other reporting tool in the market today, BHM’s peer review system facilitates more data capture, data mining - analysis, reporting and review. Managing your case data more effectively will reduce costs, improve productivity, and maximize your resources.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated $25 billion of U.S. healthcare costs was attributed to the abuse of painkillers—otherwise known as opioids. Up to 36 million people worldwide struggle with opioid addiction. It is a real concern for health plans and the pharmacies and providers under their umbrella. How can your health plan read the warning signs within provider networks to prevent this addiction from the start and minimize the risk and cost impact to your organization?
We are proud to partner with Experix, a risk management and continued medical education provider for physicians, to bring you this special presentation on how to avoid burnout in your organization. The dangers of physician burnout are severe including missed diagnosis, prescribing the wrong drug, increased risk of litigation, and even increased mortality
How does your organization react to legislative changes? Is your organization prepared for changes in technology? Register for the webinar Case for Change and learn how your organization can make improvements by adapting and embracing change.
Join BHM on May 26 at 1:00 PM CDT for the new webinar Case For Change: Improving by Adapting. Learn from organizations dealing with change in the healthcare landscape and bring your questions, there will be a live Q&A at the end. This webinar covers cases of adapting to legislation and new technology. See how your peers handled change and what were the results of their strategies.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is testing some new reimbursement and payment models for drugs, some of which mirror models currently used in the private sector. Medicare hopes working with providers, like many private payer networks, will lead to more efficiencies in prescriptions and eventually to lower costs.
Learn about Medicaid Reform in 2016. Learn what changes will be made and implemented, with a specific examination of state changes, delivery models, payment impacts, and trends. Join us to discover how Medicaid Reform will impact your organization (whether hospital, provider, health plan, ACO, MCO, or payer) in 2016 and what will be critical to determining success in the upcoming year.
Join us Wednesday, April 13 at 12:00 PM EDT for a free lunch and learn event! BHM We will explore current movements in the workers compensation field during this exclusive event.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have announced the finalization of a new rule that will help strengthen access to mental health and substance-use services for individuals who receive Medicaid benefits though managed care organizations and those who have Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) coverage. According to CMS' press release, this "final rule strengthens access to mental health and substance use disorder benefits for low-income Americans." The new provisions of this rule will benefit the over "23 million people enrolled in Medicaid managed care organizations (MCOs), Medicaid alternative benefit plans (ABPs), and CHIP."
Would you like to learn how Workers' Compensation Organizations and Departments like yours are creating cost savings, improving efficiency, and decreasing claim costs? Join us Wednesday, April 13 at 12:00 PM EDT for a free lunch and learn event titled: Workers Compensation - Keeping Claims on Track. If you can’t make the event, don’t worry! Simply register for the web event to receive a recording of the event as well as a copy of the presentation after it is finished.