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Changes to Chronic Care Management Requirements Encourage Adoption in 2017

Recently, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has made revisions to Chronic Care Management (CCM) services after reviewing the slow adoption rates in 2016. These revisions are meant to […]

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Managing Multiple Chronic Health Conditions

Navigating Complex Health Care Approximately one in four Americans is struggling to manage multiple chronic health conditions, and the number is continuing to increase with an aging boomer population. The U.S. Department […]

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Reducing Hospital Functions is a Big Opportunity

It turns out that UK hospitals might be “slim[ming] down, clos[ing], or both” according to Denis Campbell writing on the issue for The Guardian. More elderly patients mean more work […]

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Seth Godin’s simple form that could save your life – IMPROVED

Todays wisdom from Seth Godin is about a health form based on a google document that records all of your personal basic health information. That’s exactly what Lifetime Health Diary […]

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Unraveling the US Healthcare Puzzle

It has been a couple of weeks since the last time I updated the blog – lots of going on here, traveling around the US, and uncovering new problems/opportunities in the […]

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Tools to assemble all the pieces of primary care data together

This coming Thursday I give a talk to the General Practice Research Group at Otago University. Otago University is one of the two main medical schools in New Zealand, and […]

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Our First Community Group Meeting! (Part 2: Question & Feedback Session)

The participants from various organizations definitely saw the idea as an innovative way forward. Some great examples were brought up on why and how such a system could contribute to […]

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What is the Secret to Better Health in Developing Societies?

Last week I went to a talk in Dunedin, New Zealand by one of the doers of the world, Dr Sujit Brahmochary, M.D. Dr Sujit started as a doctor with […]

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Patient-centered healthcare – so where is the patient?

Sometimes you almost feel sorry for those in the medical industry trying hard to make healthcare more patient-centric. Pauline Chen M.D. writes in her latest blog post about the adoption […]

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