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Healthcare Staffing in 2019 – What to Expect

Looking ahead to staffing in 2019, many administrators are having double vision. Healthcare labor costs are growing (and show no signs of slowing), but healthcare leaders are also facing the… Read More

The Healthcare Time Crunch: How the Clock Leads to Burnout and What to Do About It

In a world where everything seemingly moves at the speed of light, it’s easy to become accustomed to the stress of constantly needing to rush.  Nowhere is this truer than… Read More

42 CFR PART 2 MEDICAL REQUESTS

With the United States placing emphasis on fighting The Opioid Crisis, more and more substance abuse treatment centers and care providers are being established in communities across the U.S.  As… Read More

Why The Quadruple Aim Matters

This article was originally posted on The League of Healthcare Experts. As the healthcare industry has undergone tremendous changes in the past decade, including the gradual transition to value-based reimbursement,… Read More

What Can You Do with 25 Extra Hours a Month?

What could your providers do with an extra 25 hours per month? A recent article from John Lynn highlighted how UC Davis Health helped diminish the number of hours their… Read More

Three Lessons From a Public Single Patient Breach

It’s happened to all healthcare organizations – a miskeyed fax number, a misfile in the patient chart missed during audit – leading to a HIPAA unauthorized disclosure.  While unauthorized disclosures… Read More