Recognizing the need to raise awareness and spur prevention, the Sepsis Alliance dubbed September Sepsis Awareness Month. This week’s Friday Five focuses on sepsis awareness and is brought to you by Vocera and Capsule Technologies.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced nearly $107 million in Quality Improvement Awards to 1,273 health centers across nearly all U.S. states, territories and the District of Columbia.
Healthcare IT has a wide net of careers and employers. As the industry has evolved so have the supporting membership associations and organizations. Whether you are looking to broaden or renew your specialty certified skills or looking for your next career, an industry association is always a good place to start. Here is some of their latest news.
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By Anne Dabrow Woods – Sepsis is one of the leading causes of hospital mortality, present in more than half of the hospital deaths in the U.S. It is also one of the costliest diagnoses in the U.S. with a healthcare spend of over $20 billion dollars annually.
For the first time in a decade, CMS launched a modernized and redesigned Medicare Plan Finder. The Medicare Plan Finder, the most used tool on Medicare.gov, allows users to shop and compare Medicare Advantage and Part D plans.
STARTING September 2: Tune in this week for these highlighted shows. Don’t miss new episodes which include Conversations on Healthcare, The Incrementalist, This Just In, Payment Matters, PopHealth Week, and Healthcare IT Today.
Each September the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress sponsors National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month. This week’s Friday Five looks at some truths about pain and pain management.
Episode 4: Mr. Fax Goes to Washington is a limited series podcast focused on a currently proposed rule from CMS and the omission of digital cloud fax technology as an accepted means of exchanging patient health data.