In typical Net Health fashion, Net Healther’s banded together to celebrate International Picnic Day with a potluck on June 18th. Bringing a wide variety of worldly cuisine. We welcomed all those items that are your families favorite or just hit the spot for a picnic!
Archives for June 2018
Pittsburgh, PA June 25, 2018 – On May 4, EY announced that Anthony Sanzo, CEO, of Pittsburgh-based Net Health was named a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Award in the East Central region of the US. The distinguished awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment […]
The signing of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 ended the United States’ governmental shutdown on February 9th. Most of the resolution’s focus was around the spending limits for national defense and lifting the national debt ceiling. There were certain less-publicized elements that directly affected the wound care industry. Wound Care professionals in various care models […]
Healthy, Wealthy, & Smart Episode 345: Education in Physical Therapy Dr. Jenna Kantor talks with Greg Todd, PT on Mentorship. Greg is a co-owner of a successful rehab program and is also a well-recognized PT spokesperson. In their conversation together they cover what mentorship is, work and life time management trade-offs, challenges and rewards of […]
Valerie Pierce, Senior Software Architect, and Nic Easton, Nexus Scrum Master and Software Engineer III, talked with Scrum.org to prepare a case study on how Net Health overcame scaling challenges since adopting Scrum in 2014. It started by moving from a number of unassociated Scrum Teams to a collection of Scrum Teams within a single […]
IBM Watson released its Top 100 Hospitals of 2018 in May, evaluating 2,785 hospitals across the United States. The annual study looks for top-performing hospitals in the U.S. based on a balanced scorecard evaluating ‘publicly available clinical, operational, and patient satisfaction metrics and data’. The metrics include analysis of key performance measures including better survival […]
June 13th isn’t just the day that the Beatles’ “Let It Be” album went #1, or the longest recorded attack of hiccups began (and continued for 68 years), it’s most importantly the day that our humble leader and CEO, Anthony Sanzo, was born. Happy birthday Anthony, keep being incredible. Boom!
Heard of MIPS? The Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) is one of two tracks under the Quality Payment Program, which seeks to combine and streamline existing compliance programs with a goal of easing clinical burden while promoting quality care. In most cases, providers serving in Employee Health and Occupational Medicine don’t qualify to participate (click […]
Healthy, Wealthy, & Smart Episode 354: The Importance of Advocacy Dr. Jenna Kantor hosts and interviews Roger Herr on advocacy in Physical Therapy. Roger Herr, the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), discusses the importance of advocacy. He also covers how loose guidelines to land a leadership position, […]
Last month’s column discussed the importance of workflows needing to be defined, reviewed, and refined. In this column, we will review how wound care regulations tie to your workflow. Within the wound care department, procedures are common. The type of procedure varies based on the patient’s wound chronicity and healing trajectory. In an outpatient wound […]