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Drugmakers Dramatically Boosted Lobbying Spending In Trump's First Quarter
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Using Technology, Data to Turn the Tide on Alarm Fatigue
Using Technology, Data to Turn the Tide on Alarm Fatigue

Technology expert David Condra outlines alarm fatigue issues and steps to keep urgent signals from fading into white noise.

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5 Reasons Why Patient Engagement Means Consumer Engagement
5 Reasons Why Patient Engagement Means Consumer Engagement
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Sports Innovation in the Sunshine State
Sports Innovation in the Sunshine State
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Saving Healthcare Costs
Saving Healthcare Costs

Abolishing Facilities Fees Would Free Billions Instantly

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Nonprofit Linked To PhRMA Rolls Out Campaign To Block Drug Imports
Nonprofit Linked To PhRMA Rolls Out Campaign To Block Drug Imports
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AMA, Regenstrief Institute Launch Effort to Increase and Improve Electronic Health Record Training in U.S. Medical and Health Profession Schools
AMA, Regenstrief Institute Launch Effort to Increase and Improve Electronic Health Record Training in U.S. Medical and Health Profession Schools

Developed as part of AMA's initiative to create the medical school of the future, new training platform will help ensure physicians and other health care professionals learn how to use EHRs

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Grasping For The Middle Ground On Obamacare
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Podcast Premieres Devoted Entirely to Florida Insurance Issues

Rising Insurance Rates and Fraud Its Focus

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INVEST with the End in Mind - We're Not in The 90's Anymore
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Closing Gaps in Your Revenue Cycle
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California Doctors Again Press For More Money To Treat Poor Patients
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Justice Department Joins Lawsuit Alleging Massive Medicare Fraud By UnitedHealth
Justice Department Joins Lawsuit Alleging Massive Medicare Fraud By UnitedHealth

UnitedHealth Group is one insurer offering Medicare Advantage plans, which cover about one third of people on Medicare.

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Travel Ban Adds Stress To 'Match Week'
Travel Ban Adds Stress To 'Match Week'

This year, in the run-up to Match Day, physicians and others worry that the recent White House executive orders on immigration will further diminished their chances of getting a match.

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Why SEMDA Comes to Orlando
Why SEMDA Comes to Orlando

It is so exciting to see the progress we are making as a health-tech hub in Orlando...

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Physician, Brand Thyself -- Or Suffer the Dire Consequences
Physician, Brand Thyself -- Or Suffer the Dire Consequences

Of all the things that they forget to teach you in medical school, marketing is certainly one of them. And today, the dominance of social media and crowd-sourced ratings make it almost imperative that clinicians stay mindful of their reputation in the marketplace.

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The Importance of Risk Stratification in Population Health Management
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Medical Practices Facing Woeful Collection Rates
Medical Practices Facing Woeful Collection Rates

Based on an average physician practice submitting 83 claims daily, industry collection statistics are sobering: multispecialty practices collect only slightly more than half of accounts receivable within 30 days. Up to two-thirds of physician practice revenue is lost because of billing leakage.

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The 3 Essential Rules for Content Development
The 3 Essential Rules for Content Development

By BETH RUDLOFF,

Innovation Executive, MedSpeaks

When you are ready to build your social media presence, you will need to develop content. If you aren't as comfortable tweeting off the cuff like Donald Trump is, you will want to spend ...

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How the Lake Nona Impact Forum 2017 Can Change Orlando's Health Innovation

Orlando might best be known for theme parks and citrus, but the Lake Nona Institute wants to make it a destination for health innovation as well. That is why ...

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Five Simple Ways to Invest in Today's Health Tech

The Central Florida market is ripe with a variety of emerging technologies and ambitious inventors positioning to bring meaningful solutions to our local healthcare ecosystem. Despite ...

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Communicating with Patients for Increased Patient Collections
Communicating with Patients for Increased Patient Collections

Collecting patient payments at the time of service is one of the most daunting tasks that a medical practice's front office employees face on a daily basis. Asking for money may be uncomfortable for ...

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Demand For Popular Short-Term Insurance Plans Could Surge If Health Law Is Relaxed

Short-term health plans have been around for decades, bridging coverage gaps for people who are between jobs or have recently graduated from school, among other things. After the health law passed, some people gravitated toward them because they were willing to trade comprehensive coverage for a cheaper sticker price

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CAPI 2017 President Installed at Winter Gala

Distinguished Guests Share Pulse Disaster Perspective and Tomorrow's Biomedical Engineering Technology

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A Year of Uncertainty ... and Opportunity
A Year of Uncertainty ... and Opportunity

Last month, PwC Health Research Institute released its annual report highlighting the forces anticipated to have the greatest impact on healthcare in the coming year. "Top Health Industry Issues of 2017" outlined 10 areas ranging from healthcare plans under a new administration and the move t ...

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