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The Case for Advance Care Planning
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By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Insurance Weekly News -- The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) applauds the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for taking an important step toward improving care for ... Insurance News Net, 1 month ago
HQI Invites Hospital Participation for CalHEN 2.0 California Hospital Association, 1 month ago
The Case for Advance Care Planning The Pew Charitable Trusts, 1 week ago

Researchers from Gundersen Health System Detail Findings in Medicare and Medicaid (Telephonic advance care planning facilitated by health plan caseā€¦

Researchers from Gundersen Health System Detail Findings in Medicare and Medicaid (Telephonic advance care planning facilitated by health plan case managers) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Clinical Trials Week -- Investigators publish new ...
 Insurance News Net1 month ago

Drug Avastin Not Linked to Higher Risk of Blindness: Study

Published By: MedicineNet - Today Medicare patients in rural settings have lower rates of post-discharge follow-up care NewsMedical (Today) - Medicare patients in rural areas have lower rates of follow-up care after leaving the hospital--which ...
 NigerianHerald.com2 weeks ago A marked improvement in health and healthcare for Medicare patients  Health Canal1 month ago How Experts in 1965 Thought Medicare Would Change Health Care  US News & World Report1 month ago Medicare Changed Health Care in America for the Better  US News & World Report1 month ago

In 1965, Experts Warned of Medicare-Induced Crisis

The predictions were dire: hospitals overflowing with desperately ill elderly patients; chronic shortages of doctors and nurses; nursing home beds in critically short supply. Medicare , worried doctors said, would turn once smoothly functioning ...
 US News & World Report1 month ago

Doctors Got $6.5 Billion in 14 From Drug, Device Makers in U.S.

U.S. doctors and teaching hospitals got $6.49 billion from drug and medical-device makers in 2014, according to new government data on the financial links between the companies and the people who prescribe their products. The data released ...
 Bloomberg2 months ago
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NEJM Publishes Call to Reauthorize and Expand the Older Americans Act

Lagging Supportive Services Funding Puts the Burgeoning Population of Frail Elders at Risk of Hunger, Hospitalization, Institutionalization, and Death As the House takes up the Senate bill to reauthorize the Older Americans ...
 Reuters1 month ago
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West Health Institute Applauds Congress For Extending Successful In-Home Senior Care Program

SAN DIEGO and WASHINGTON , July 15, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Gary and Mary West Health Institute commends Congress for passing legislation extending the Independence at Home (IAH) program, which demonstrated home-based care can ...
 Securities Technology Monitor1 month ago Nursing Home Care Improves With Culture Change  Infection Control Today1 month ago

Waiving Medicare's 3-day rule lessens hospital stay

2015 AACR Annual Meeting April 18-22, 2015 Philadelphia, PA EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a ...
 EurekAlert!4 weeks ago Hospital penalties based on total number of blood clots may be unfairly imposed  EurekAlert!1 month ago Rates of death, hospitalizations and expenditures decrease for Medicare patients  EurekAlert!1 month ago Documentation of hospital patients' malnutrition helps maximize care and reimbursement  EurekAlert!1 month ago
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Hospitals penalized in HAC Reduction program may not reflect poor quality of care, shows study

Hospitals that were penalized more frequently in the Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Reduction Program offered advanced services, were major teaching institutions and had better performance on other publicly reported process-of-care and outcome ...
 News-Medical.Net1 month ago CMS program to reduce hospital-acquired conditions has flaws  Fierce Healthcare1 month ago Are CMS Penalties Failing Hospitals? (CME/CE)  MedPage Today1 month ago Findings question measures used to assess hospital quality  EurekAlert!1 month ago

Penn Experts Urge Focus on Reducing Preventable Hospital Readmissions

Experts from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Vanderbilt University suggest that the reporting of hospital readmission rates should be based exclusively on preventable or potentially preventable readmissions, in ...
 Infection Control Today1 month ago
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