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Travel Safety Awareness Month
December is travel safety awareness month. When it comes to older adults, certain precautions must be taken when travelling by plane, train, car or other. Continue reading...

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Care Coordination: Physicians Working as Teams
When a patient goes to the clinic, they often see a nurse and a doctor. However, when they go to the hospital, they might be treated by many nurses and doctors and even...

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Diabetes Awareness Month
November is Diabetes Awareness month. In addition to discussing your patient’s usual health plans, this month, all our Care Coordinators are taking the time to educate your...

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A Look at Medicare’s CCM Program [Infographic]
In January 2015, Medicare set forth the Chronic Care Management program that reimburses physicians for 20 minutes of non face-to-face care every month to patients with two or more...

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Annual Flu Vaccine Awareness Month
During the month of October, the Chronic Care Coordinators have been informing your patients about the importance of getting their annual flu vaccine. Continue reading...

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Quality of Care Over Fee-for-Service Care
It’s no secret, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) has thrown many for a loop. When talking about or dealing with MACRA, many only look at the...

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Falls Prevention Awareness Month
During the month of September, the Chronic Care Coordinators, whom are Registered Nurses, have been educating patients about the importance of fall prevention awareness. The CCCs...

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Why Conduct Annual Wellness Visits?
Annual Wellness Visits have had a hard time gaining traction due to lack of information on both physician and patient ends. This detailed, question-based assessment of a...

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5 Physician Challenges in Today’s Healthcare Environment
The healthcare system is definitely in a turmoil with political changes and new regulations, among others. Physicians are facing challenges that they are not equipped to deal...

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