Each June, we recognize Aphasia Awareness Month, a time dedicated to encouraging advocacy for a common health condition that 84.5% of Americans don't even know exists. As a chronic impairment that affects language, aphasia can dramatically affect those who live with it every day. During Aphasia Awareness Month, clinical professionals, along with individuals with aphasia and those who support them can share information about this little-known disorder. If you want to participate in these efforts, you can learn more about aphasia, how it impacts those who have it and what can be done to provide a better quality of life for those living with aphasia.
Whether you are dealing with an injury or chronic pain, seeking out physical therapy can improve your mental health as well as your physical strength. A physical therapist not only provides you prescribed exercises that improve function but they also act as a source of encouragement and emotional support.
Since the rise of the digital age, technology has impacted our everyday lives and continues to...
Every May, we celebrate National Mental Health Month, a time set aside to recognize individuals with behavioral and mental health conditions as well as acknowledge the people who support them. In 2019 alone, 51.5 million U.S. adults struggled with mental health issues and because one in five people will experience some form of mental illness throughout their lifetime, chances are we all know someone who is affected.
Whether it be advanced treatment or a regularly scheduled check-up, healthcare delivery cannot merely rely on effective scheduling, billing and reporting. All of these aspects must and should involve some form of engagement so that providers can enhance communication efforts, offer increased accessibility as well as improve patient outcomes.
Even before the pandemic, providers were driving innovation for new forms of virtual care. As Covid-19 has progressed, we have seen the rapid adoption of telehealth as well as recognized the significance of remote patient monitoring devices for those with chronic illnesses or who require continuity of treatment. With these digital technologies revolutionizing patient/provider engagement, more people are looking for ways to honor the hard-working professionals who provide exceptional patient experiences every day. That is why, each April is dedicated to celebrating Patient Experience Week (PX Week) and commemorating community efforts to better advocate for public health.
Welcome to part two of our insurance communication blog series, where we’re working to help close the gap in patient-to-provider engagement regarding insurance and medical billing costs. Today, we are highlighting some powerful tools that can help providers optimize the way in which they convey pricing and billing information to their patients. Continue reading to learn why clarity throughout the entire billing process can ultimately lead to increased revenue for healthcare practices.
For many people, medical insurance and billing are complicated topics. In fact, studies show that confusion over medical bills as well as higher patient expectations regarding price transparency are increasing in America. That is why today, we are doing our part to help bridge the insurance communication gap by providing insightful information that is aimed to help patients better navigate their healthcare costs. Stay tuned for part 2 next week that will target optimized providers!
If you didn't know, April is the month to celebrate the occupational therapy (OT) profession. While patients of all ages benefit from occupational therapy for acute and chronic health conditions, many people do not understand what occupational therapists actually do. That is why, having a dedicated month to celebrate OT brings awareness to a discipline that helps so many people lead better lives.
Spring is in the air and with it, so are seasonal allergies. As beautiful and regenerative as this season is, many are struggling to stop and smell the roses. Namely, because they can’t stop sneezing - but also because unfortunately Covid-19 is still ever prevalent in our world the anxiety of spring allergies vs Covid-19 has in fact returned. Today we are providing expert advice on knowing the difference between allergies and Covid-19 to help you find some peace of mind and enjoy the spring season!