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Moment of Need Comes Earlier Than We are Treating It
by User Not Found | Feb 17, 2016
Primary care physicians are writing more prescriptions than ever for antidepressant medications, in many cases, for patients who have deeper issues and need much more help. A system treating the root causes of patient problems would cut back on health care spending and human suffering.
Rock the MOC! It's Evaluation Time ... (Part III)
by Jane Scott | Feb 08, 2016
In the third and final installment of this series, Jane Scott describes how the use of community services and the challenges created by of out-of-network services should be addressed in your MOC evaluation.
The Lingering Power of Stigma
by Sam Toney | Jan 22, 2016
The stigma against mental illness is a serious issue that keeps a significant number of Americans from being correctly diagnosed and receiving the treatment they need. Public education programs intended to fight stigma have created public insight into these diseases, but scarcely more empathy for those who have them.
Rock the MOC! It’s Evaluation Time … (Part II)
by Jane Scott | Jan 15, 2016
In part two of Rock the MOC!, our vice president of Professional Services lays out steps for plans lacking the data they need for a successful evaluation.
The End of Employer-sponsored Health Insurance?
by Shan Padda | Jan 07, 2016
The Affordable Care Act has brought about many changes and there are still plenty to come. The era of employer-sponsored health insurance may be coming to an end.
Life After ICD-10
by User Not Found | Dec 15, 2015
A long road to ICD-10 has brought many advantages to data-driven health care. It all boils down to precision.
Rock the MOC! It's Evaluation Time ...
by Jane Scott | Dec 07, 2015
A new year always brings new goals. For 2016, smart health plans will double down on evaluating what's most important for next year's success