Carefully coordinated efforts between all of the EMS provider organizations and hospitals in the community are necessary to consistently achieve the best possible outcomes.
Posts Tagged: healthcare
This year’s Open Season begins Nov. 12 and ends Dec. 10, with the benefits government employees select starting Jan. 6, 2019.
Healthcare, like most industries, is undergoing a significant digital transformation and using the power of information to drive results. More than ever, healthcare demands data governance.
In healthcare, the discussion is no longer about if cloud migration will happen, but rather how institutions will effectively migrate. Government agencies and organizations are no exception. The rise of electronic medical records, an increased demand for telemedicine, as well as a growing population of patients make it critical that healthcare agencies pursue the cloud.Read… Read more »
There is a growing backlash against workplace wellness programs. Health should be about joy and embracing life. Otherwise, the cure truly is worse than the disease.
The era of workplace wellness initiatives being synonymous with employee weight loss programs is thankfully coming to an end. Health is more than one set of metrics.
States, anticipating the destabilization of their insurance markets, are exploring ways to ensure high coverage and low premiums. Here are some options they have to reverse, or at least mitigate, the impact of the mandate penalty repeal.
Detecting and responding to any type of infectious disease requires geographic accuracy along with the ability to track and gather data. A GIS platform allows you to visualize and analyze information layered onto a map in order to understand relationships, patterns and trends.
What can government and smart communities learn from the flu? You’d be surprised.
There is no doubt that this is a crisis; a true state of emergency. Lots is being done, but there is room to do more. We need to put a face to this crisis.