Hospitals should prepare now for the new Conditions of Participation The New CMS Condition of Participation Requires Hospitals to Share E-Notifications What does this new rule mean for hospitals? On […]
The ONC Addresses Patient Addresses with New Specification A new standard The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) announced Tuesday that it will develop a unified […]
HHS Extends Compliance Dates for Information Blocking Requirements 21st Century Cures Act Final Rule deadlines delayed due to pandemic HHS’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology announced […]
The CHIE continues to add important data sources, providing healthcare professionals with vital medical information when it is needed most. Recently, several clinics and post-acute care facilities began contributing data […]
This session is focused on encounters within primary care that may be led by an RN, including: the Annual Wellness Visit, Transitional Care Management, Chronic Care Management, End of Life and SBIRT. Additionally, we will explore other encounter types that may be led by a team of RNs in primary care.
We’ve minimized soft skills for decades. Compelling research shows we’ve been wrong all along. Yes, skills and experience remain important. However, the lack of characteristics of trust, mutual respect, and integrity can quite literally destroy an otherwise skilled and experienced team. The data prove out. Come learn why and what you can do about it.
The precipitous rise of cyber attacks, new privacy regulations, stricter enforcement, and private litigation are changing the compliance landscape right beneath our feet. At the same time, some of the best ways to keep your practice compliant are simple, inexpensive and straightforward. Together we will explore today’s threats to your practice and the uncomplicated, totally reasonable steps you can take to address them.
This presentation by RyLee Curtis and Michael Hales walks attendees through the recent implementation of Medicaid expansion in Utah. They will cover eligibility, approved waivers, and pending waivers that will shape the future of Medicaid in Utah.