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1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are Changing Healthcare There are three major initiatives that are in the roadmap or at least in the mind of every organization: accelerating digital transformation, becoming data-driven, and scaling of data science capabilities. However, reaching an enterprise next level of analytics maturity becomes increasingly complex with the advent of […]Read the Whitepaper
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In Employee Health (EH), teamwork is critical to patient safety. Experts are only beginning to recognize the role of teamwork in promoting healthcare worker safety. For example, a recent study found that hospital units where there is a high level of teamwork (as compared to units where there isn’t), staff members experience fewer workplace injuries. […]Read More
On January 1, 2022, a 15% Medicare payment reduction went into effect for care provided “in-whole or in-part” by a physical therapy assistant (PTA) or occupational therapist assistant (OTA). Since the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (BBA)1 required this cut be implemented, CMS and stakeholders worked together to develop regulations around this policy. CMS regulations […]Read More
Long ago, in the pre-COVID era, CMS announced major changes to the MDS for October 1, 2020. While these changes were put on hold due to the Public Health Emergency, we all knew that eventually they would take effect. Now the time is come: the new MDS item set will be effective October 1, 2023. […]Read More
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