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Visit this page often for weekly blog posts that we think you’ll find interesting and helpful.

Topics may range from “Connecting a care team to effectively implement an individualized education plan” to “Elder-specific issues in care coordination.” We think unlocking potential and enhancing care outcomes includes keeping everyone informed of new and better ways to organize and coordinate care in patient-centric ways…

What Clinical Trial Participants Wish CROs Knew

When a patient decides to see if they are a candidate for a clinical trial, a lot of things go through their minds. The words alone can make someone feel apprehensive. Namely, what are they going to be subjected to? Will this clinical trial make...

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Why Connecting The Dots With Remote Medical Solutions Is So Critical

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a lot of technologies to solve for being cared for in the home. Telehealth has been a growing trend for a while now but was met with some skepticism initially. Some patients were puzzled over how effective...

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What Role Should Technology Play In COVID-19 Case Investigation And Management

COVID-19 case investigation and management is now and will be the thing to focus on in the future of this pandemic and the disease in general. With a new virus comes many questions and there is no way to answer them without proper research and...

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What Care Coordination Really Looks Like For Most Seniors

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Breaking Down the Barriers of Care Coordination

For patients living with a chronic illness or those that require complex medical needs, providing a 360-degree approach to care can be challenging for the many different team members that make up a patient care team.

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Why In-Home Care Offers Better Insights Into Patient Needs

In-home care for seniors is the preferred way to go for many. The reasons for wanting to be at home are as individual as the patients themselves. For some, it offers the comfort and assurance of familiar surroundings. For others, it’s the...

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Why are ACOs so interested in Home Health Services?

In recent news, the National Association of ACOs announced it is pushing Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to rethink its positions on what qualifies a patient for home health services. While home-based care is rising at a...

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What To Do Before You Call An Education Attorney

We can have the best of intentions when it comes to the special education journey. When the onset of a potential issue with your child becomes a full-blown diagnosis, with tests and consultations, things can escalate very quickly. With meetings...

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3 Gut Wrenching Truths About Caring For An Elderly Parent

 

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CSAs and Networked Coordination: Bridging The Gaps In Care

The need for coordinated care, particularly for those who suffer from behavioral health issues or for those who are not able to fully access the health services they need on their own, is nothing new. Every day, men and women, even children and...

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