As this Wednesday is Veterans Day, we wanted to highlight the importance of mental health awareness and recognize a highly disregarded condition that is especially common within the veteran and active military community. While PTSD affects about 3.5% of Americans each year, veterans represent over 500,000 of those cases. In fact, a study shows that over the course of the past 13 years, almost 30% of members who served in wars overseas, whether it be Iraq or Afghanistan, screened positive for PTSD. With this in mind, it's hard to imagine how many others suffer from this illness when you begin to consider the Vietnam War, Civil War as well as World War I and II.
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“Data is the new oil”, a term often joked about within tech spaces, is becoming more true for all businesses - especially those within the healthcare industry. Today more and more providers are finding the right business intelligence software to be a game changer for their practice. Therefore, the final segment of our “Provider Efficiency Series” explains how to find your right fit for all things business intelligence (BI), analytics and reporting!
Last week we kicked off our exciting new “Provider Efficiency Series” by discussing all things EMR and clinical documentation, but today we wanted to take a look at how the revenue cycle management (RCM) and billing industry has learned to leverage engagement tools that help improve the delivery of patient care and increase provider profitability.
As COVID continues to influence patient behaviors and cause providers to reevaluate how they operate their businesses, healthcare practices all around the world have had to start looking for solutions that emphasize clinical efficiencies, elevate patient revenue cycle management as well as feature enhanced reporting and analytics tools. In fact, with all the challenges of the patient intake process during a pandemic, providers have also been put to the test with learning how to meet the sudden demand for virtual care by adapting to digital healthcare technologies that utilize high levels of automation, facilitate more patient engagement efforts and focus on financial sustainability. That is why we wanted to produce a #rtblogblogseries that will help medical providers of every specialty recognize the importance of a software platform that is flexible, easy to use and efficient.
As the only non-profit PT, OT and SLP practice within the Texas panhandle, Turn Center Children’s Therapy in Amarillo, Texas offers a variety of treatments for young people with developmental disorders such as autism, muscular dystrophy, down syndrome and cerebral palsy. With a comprehensive team of specialists, their team is committed to providing the highest quality of care, whether that be working closely with referral sources or individualizing treatment plans that best suit their patients.
Since the late 1970's, Dr. Adlai Green has been practicing in the Apopka area, striving to provide excellent patient care while also emphasizing the importance of patient education. By treating its patients like family, Apopka Wellness Center offers a welcoming environment for patients of all ages that suffer from back pain, sciatica and herniated or bulging discs. With a team of chiropractors, orthopedic doctors, dermatologists, holistic nurses and certified healing touch practitioners, their mission is to help patients pursue healthier lifestyles and feel the difference that regularly scheduled treatments make on both the body as well as the mind.