Managing Healthcare Claims With RPA

As medical insurance claims continue to rise, healthcare insurers are constantly looking for ways to optimize new technology that will automate critical tasks and improve efficiency. The objective for these rebuilt processes are to increase speed, reduce risks and improve accuracy in handling claims. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the key to meeting these objectives […]

Personal Data Increasing Health Insurance Rates

There is a growing trend in the healthcare industry that is kind of scary and often times leads to increased insurance rates. Insurance companies have been partnering with data brokers to gather personal data on their customers. This lifestyle data is then combined with other consumer details about a person to make predictions on how […]

Value-Based Care Models Are Here To Stay

Value-based care and value-based reimbursement are really starting to gain traction in the healthcare industry. While some providers remain reluctant to change the way they bill for care most are realizing value-based care is here to stay and are making the appropriate preparations. Rather than billing for the number of appointments and/or procedures conducted with […]

Healthcare Industry Embracing Blockchain Technology

The healthcare industry has been drastically changing because of recent and rapid developments in technology-driven innovations, From virtual reality to artificial intelligence it is clear that technology advancements in other industries eventually make their way to healthcare. Blockchain was made extremely popular recently from the cryptocurrency industry so it’s no surprise that blockchain technology is […]

Smart Home Tech For Elderly Care

Smart home technology has prepared for the baby boomer generations expectation to overwhelm the healthcare industry. Meanwhile there is a growing trend for the elderly to experiment with alternative care offerings due to the nation’s shortage of physicians and increase in medical costs. Home-based care models have really started to gain popularity from healthcare providers […]

Upcoming E/M Code Changes Will Streamline Medicare Payments

Medicare payments are about to get a whole lot easier for practitioners on January 1, 2019. Early this year the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed a much needed revamp to the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule. The changes are set to be released in November 2018 and will also include a bunch of […]

The Future Of Healthcare Is Heavily Reliant On Smartphones

Each year people become more and more reliant on their smartphones. In 2011 just 35 percent of adults in the U.S. owned a smartphone, today that number reaches close to 80 percent. The future of our healthcare will be taking advantage of this ever growing trend. A smartphone has been the primary way to access […]

Why Filipino Nurses Make the Best Transcriptionist

Hiring a third party to handle medical transcription has pretty much become the norm for clinics and hospitals. Physicians and executives are attracted by the low cost of hiring a transcription service overseas (usually the Philippines or India) but unsure which country would provide the results they are looking for. Filipino nurses have a proven […]

Why Georgia's Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill is Meaningless

Earlier this year Georgia’s government was able to pass their new laws on medical marijuana. The new bill gives patients the ability to legally possess up to 20 ounces of THC oils to be used for the treatment of intractable pain and some cases of post traumatic stress disorders (PTSD). This list adds to the […]

Candace Owens Attacks Big Pharma

Turning Point USA communications director Candace Owens recently interview on Fox News about President Trump’s plan to lower prescription drug prices. She had nothing but good words to say about the President’s plan and agrees the motivation behind the proposal is to help the American people. “I think it is on point with his message. […]