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Manage IT!
Manage IT!

Healthcare IT Q&A

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Practice Management: Overwhelmed Yet?
Practice Management: Overwhelmed Yet?

Q & A on Practice Management with Sonda Eunus

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CPA Speak: Business Loans and Cash Flow Management
CPA Speak: Business Loans and Cash Flow Management

Bank Line of Credit can be the most distressing type of borrowing

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Encouraging Positive Change in Healthcare
Encouraging Positive Change in Healthcare

Are we collectively and, perhaps unwittingly, slowing the pace of progress at the expense of patients to protect information that, while proprietary, may not affect a "solution's" success by way of efficacy, acceptance, or adoption?

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Taking It to Heart
Taking It to Heart

Nemours commercials a hit, but hitting home with providers, too

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Meningitis B Vaccine's High Price Tag Poses A Health Care Conundrum
Meningitis B Vaccine's High Price Tag Poses A Health Care Conundrum

Today, two brand-name vaccines, both with price tags of more than $300, are widely advertised on television and touted as a smart investment for parents who love their college-bound kids

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What will be Physicians' Prescription to Cure Healthcare?
What will be Physicians' Prescription to Cure Healthcare?

The current state of US healthcare isn't what one would've imagined 30 years ago

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5 Outside-The-Box Ideas For Fixing The Individual Insurance Market
5 Outside-The-Box Ideas For Fixing The Individual Insurance Market

Both before and after implementation of the federal health law, this market "serving people who don't get coverage through work or the government" has proved problematic

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Too Few Patients Follow The Adage: You Better Shop Around
Too Few Patients Follow The Adage: You Better Shop Around

In a survey of nearly 3,000 adults younger than 65, about half of the roughly 1,900 who said they spent money on medical care in the previous year reported that they knew in advance what their costs would be.

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Doctors Warm To Single-Payer Health Care
Doctors Warm To Single-Payer Health Care

Fifty-six percent of doctors registered either strong support or were somewhat supportive of a single-payer health system, according to the survey by Merritt Hawkins, a physician recruitment firm

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CBO: Killing Cost-Sharing Subsidies Would Hike Silver Plan Premiums And Deficit
CBO: Killing Cost-Sharing Subsidies Would Hike Silver Plan Premiums And Deficit

The loss of the payments would be expected to have minimal effect on the number of uninsured people over the next decade

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Healthcare Practices Hammered by Data Breaches and Ransomware in 2017
Healthcare Practices Hammered by Data Breaches and Ransomware in 2017

Small-midsize practices are much easier targets to penetrate due to lack of cybersecurity expertise and insufficient budgets

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Climbing Cost Of Decades-Old Drugs Threatens To Break Medicaid Bank
Climbing Cost Of Decades-Old Drugs Threatens To Break Medicaid Bank

When generics enter a market, competition can drive prices lower initially. But when prices sink, some companies inevitably stop making their drugs.

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Tavistock Announces One Million Square Feet of New Office Projects in Orlando
Tavistock Announces One Million Square Feet of New Office Projects in Orlando

New Spec Office Building in Lake Nona Town Center

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CPA Speak: A Doctors Guide to Establishing and Executing Successful Tax Planning
CPA Speak: A Doctors Guide to Establishing and Executing Successful Tax Planning

Stay proactive and implement effective tax strategies throughout the year

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Healthy Wealth
Healthy Wealth

Attentive investing

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New Medical Center Obtains Final Approval, Determines Direction
New Medical Center Obtains Final Approval, Determines Direction

Center will have an open process for granting access to physicians

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 Practice Management...Overwhelmed Yet?
Practice Management...Overwhelmed Yet?

How can our pediatric practice improve our HEDIS Quality Measure scores?

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A Warning for the Post-Augmented Age
A Warning for the Post-Augmented Age

With mind-blowing technology shifts comes a blowback

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The Future of Value-based Care: Five years From Now
The Future of Value-based Care: Five years From Now
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Despite Insurers' Tactical Win On ACA's Cost-Sharing Payments, Uncertainty Lingers
Despite Insurers' Tactical Win On ACA's Cost-Sharing Payments, Uncertainty Lingers

That three-year-old challenge could determine the fate of those subsidies

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Seema Verma Runs Medicaid. Her Husband's Practice Won't Accept It.
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Follow The Money: Drugmakers Deploy Political Cash As Prices And Anger Mount
Follow The Money: Drugmakers Deploy Political Cash As Prices And Anger Mount

Congressional donations from pharmaceutical PACs rose 11 percent in this year's first quarter, compared with the first three months of 2015

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Why Should Providers Adopt Value-Based Care?
Why Should Providers Adopt Value-Based Care?

What does value-based care mean for providers and why to step into it?

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Obamacare Exchanges In Limbo
Obamacare Exchanges In Limbo

Here we are in the middle of July and we don't even know what rules we will be operating under for open enrollment

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