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Think telehealth to complement services

Charlene Marietti

The technology is mature, the time is right and the culture is ready for telehealth. 

Battling Big Marijuana

Charlene Marietti

Providers in the two states that have legalized marijuana want to put the genie back in the bottle. Data may help.

Avoid payment delays by ramping up for ICD-10

Joanne Sammer

When ICD-10 takes hold next year, organizations will face financial risks if they aren't prepared for the shift

Integration trend drives accreditation outlook

Alison Knopf

CARF, the Joint Commission, COA and ACHC are examining today's trends in the context of accreditation

Berwick sees the possible in healthcare

Lori Ashcraft

Former CMS Administrator Don Berwick says the payment system is all wrong in spite of many people trying to do what's right

Integrated facility treats Denver’s homeless

Julie Miller

The Stout Street Health Center integrates the physical space as well as the EHR system

More employees test positive for drugs

September 15, 2014     Gary Enos
news

Experts are interested in how relaxed marijuana laws might affect trends in workplace test results in coming years

Integrated facility treats Denver’s homeless

September 15, 2014     Julie Miller
article

The Stout Street Health Center integrates the physical space as well as the EHR system

Census Bureau says health costs inching up

September 12, 2014     Kaiser Health News
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Health spending grew by 3.7% over one year, which is less than previous federal projections

Creative programs offer memorable moments

September 11, 2014     Julie Miller
blog

Music is more than just a nice passtime, it's a tool for healing among patients, clinicians and even members of congress

Learning to love literacy about our personal health

September 11, 2014     Ron Manderscheid
blog

What should one do to promote good physical health, good mental health, and good social health? Since the advent of Healthy People 2020 and the Affordable Care Act, answers to these questions actually have become feasible. 

Berwick sees the possible in healthcare

September 10, 2014     Lori Ashcraft
article

Former CMS Administrator Don Berwick says the payment system is all wrong in spite of many people trying to do what's right

Gut feelings are the deciding factor in e-cigarette debate

September 10, 2014     Julie Miller
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Electronic cigarettes can be seen as harm reduction or just a new way to experience nicotine

Kaiser drops appeal of $4 million mental health fine

September 9, 2014    
news

It is the second-largest penalty ever handed down

Young people involved in Recovery Month

September 9, 2014     Gary Enos
news

The younger generation is ready to take on local communities in grassroots advocacy efforts

Jail offers voluntary naltrexone in re-entry program

September 5, 2014     Julie Miller
news

Officials say it's the first program in the country for re-entry transitions

Blogs

Creative programs offer memorable moments

September 11, 2014     Julie Miller

Music is more than just a nice passtime, it's a tool for healing among patients, clinicians and even members of congress

Learning to love literacy about our personal health

September 11, 2014     Ron Manderscheid

What should one do to promote good physical health, good mental health, and good social health? Since the advent of Healthy People 2020 and the Affordable Care Act, answers to these questions actually have become feasible. 

Gut feelings are the deciding factor in e-cigarette debate

September 10, 2014     Julie Miller

Electronic cigarettes can be seen as harm reduction or just a new way to experience nicotine

Calling your donors—It’s the magic

September 8, 2014     Terry Axelrod

Before you know it, you may find yourself engaged in a real conversation with a passionate donor