AI Disrupts Healthcare: The Future of Medicine is Here

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been disrupting various industries in recent years, and healthcare is no exception. From improving patient outcomes to streamlining administrative tasks, AI has the potential to revolutionize healthcare delivery. 

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Navigating Healthcare Labor Trends in 2023: Addressing Burnout and Executive Stress

The healthcare industry plays a vital role in our society, providing essential care and support to individuals in need. However, as we enter 2023, the industry is confronted with significant labor challenges, most notably the increasing prevalence of burnout among healthcare workers and executives. These challenges have been further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. It…

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Putting Patients First: The Rise of Patient-Centered Care in Healthcare

In the past, healthcare was often focused on treating diseases rather than people. Patients were viewed as passive recipients of care, rather than active participants in their own health. However, in recent years, there has been a shift towards a more patient-centered approach to healthcare.  What is Patient-Centered Care? Patient-centered care is an approach to healthcare…

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AI and Machine Learning in Healthcare: Disrupting the Industry for Good

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are two rapidly developing technologies that are being used in healthcare to improve patient outcomes, increase efficiency, and reduce costs. With the vast amount of data available in healthcare, AI and ML have the potential to transform the industry by providing insights and predictive analytics that can inform…

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Revolutionizing Healthcare with Telehealth: The Future of Medical Consultations

Telehealth has continued to be an important part of healthcare delivery in April 2023. Here’s an updated version of the blog post on Telehealth:  Telehealth, also known as telemedicine, has become an increasingly important part of healthcare delivery over the past few years. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated its adoption, and it has since become a…

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End of Medicaid’s Continuous Coverage

With the Public Health Emergency (PHE) coming to end, the continuous coverage that was being provided by Medicaid without the need for re-determining the eligibility every month under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act will also end. This means, the people who do not complete the re-determination will lose the Medicaid coverage. It is imperative…

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New CPT Codes to Be Aware of For 2021

Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes have been around since 1966, continue to be set by the specialized panel with the American Medical Association, and they aren’t going anywhere. Each year, as advancements and changes are made in the medical industry, new and revised codes are pushed out to medical billing teams. If you’re already in…

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Tackle the Minimum Wage Problem by Reducing Costs

If you’ve been keeping up with our content on how to effectively tackle the minimum wage problem as a business owner, then you’ve already learned quite a bit. In previous articles, the options of hiring employees who live in other states, outsourcing offshore employees, and increasing costs in specific ways have been discussed; implementing one…

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Tackle the Minimum Wage Problem by Raising Prices

If you’re a business owner and you’ve read our other articles on tackling the minimum wage problem, then you are aware that hiring remote employees from other states and outsourcing your employees can help your business stay afloat. These options may not be realistic for you right now or they simply might not be how…

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Tackle the Minimum Wage Problem by Outsourcing Employees

Now that the economy is finally on the mend after the never-ending pandemic slump, it is now time for businesses to pick themselves back up by their bootstraps and start making money again. And they are. Employees are physically going back into the office, people are hustling and bustling to and from their jobs, and…

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