The primary conceit of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) is its ability to reduce administrative costs and burdens on healthcare professionals. By establishing a single electronic record containing data on […]

In the continuing effort to improve healthcare, the CMS Data Element Library provides a uniform standard of efficiency for collecting, organizing, and sharing health information across multiple environments. These standards […]

Substance abuse and mental disorders are a consistent and pervasive part of life for many people. In 2014, just shy of ten million Americans aged eighteen or older experienced a […]

It’s no secret that social factors influence our health. These may be as overt as not having access to clean water or sufficient food, or as subtle as an undiagnosed […]

Over the last two decades the healthcare industry has made an enormous shift in the way medical records are stored and accessed. Beginning in 2009, government incentives drove healthcare providers […]

As our world grows more interconnected, healthcare follows suit by making it easier for Medicaid organizations to work together on behalf of their beneficiaries and their own organization. Improving Accountable […]

Healthcare providers across the U.S. are recognizing the building need to improve care for individuals with complex medical and social needs, such as those who suffer from homelessness, mental health […]

As we are examining potentially confusing terms in care coordination it might help to review some software terms as well. As even casual computer users know, software has its own […]

With so many terms floating around in care coordination it can be difficult to keep everything straight, especially when terms sound similar. To help, we’ve done a round-up of common […]

Across the nation, the same healthcare trend is reinforced over and over again: a small portion of all patients disproportionately account for a vast amount of expenditures in money, time, […]

One of the most meaningful developments for Medicaid recipients in recent years has been the drive to increase the accessibility and coordination of care between providers when chronic conditions require […]

The healthcare landscape is fragmented, with services split among varied payers, providers, populations, and community resources. This silo-ed approach has resulted in redundant services and disjointed care plans. As the […]

In the last few years many of the health and human services organizations that serve homeless populations have shifted from a facility-based focus to a more client-centered focus. This change […]

To allow greater flexibility and encourage greater innovation in tackling Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and Opioid Use Disorder (OUD), special waivers are available for each state to relax Medicaid requirements and implement uniquely crafted programs. CMS oversees […]

Work requirements have been part of the eligibility guidelines for public assistance programs across the country for many years. When the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program was created […]

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