The Connecticut’s original Urgent Care sustains to expand, becoming the Urgent Care in Massachusetts with the inauguration of its 3rd Massachusetts location, in Medford, this week.
On February 1, Wednesday; the newest center of PhysicianOne Urgent Care will be opened on Mystic Valley Parkway, in Wellington Circle Plaza, Medford.
DMC (Detroit Medical Center) is glad to declare it has been chosen to participate in the year of 2017 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’s (CMS’s) Next Generation Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Model, a transformative step sponsored by the CMS Innovation Center. Michigan Pioneer ACO of DMC will sustain to merge with CMS to give Medicare beneficiaries with higher-quality care at lower charges as a Next Generation ACO model.
This week Andalusia Health was included in a list of the 59 emergency departments or ERs in the nation with the shortest wait times for patients.
The list of hospitals was published by the Becker’s Hospital Review in which sufferers spent an average of 4 minutes or less before being analyzed by a healthcare professional, in accordance to CMS’ Hospital Compare database.
Of the 4 Meaningful Use (MU) public health measures available for eligible hospitals to report, active reporting of electronic immunization registry and reportable laboratory outcomes were the 2 most common.
4,043 eligible and critical access hospitals (EH) attested for the Medicare EHR Incentive Program in the year 2015, in accordance to ONC.
GoHealth Urgent Care and Hartford HealthCare join forces to extend urgent care network all across Connecticut
Connecticut's Hartford HealthCare and GoHealth Urgent Care will partner to extend urgent care network of GoHealth Urgent Care to Central and Eastern Connecticut.
15 centers has been planned to open by the two providers beginning in the time period of spring 2017 during the first 18-month phase of their partnership. Each Hartford HealthCare-GoHealth Urgent Care center will be open to treat sufferers 7 days a week with extended evening hours, walk-in availability, and online check-in so that sufferers can save a place "in line."
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rule change has been blocked by federal judge on Wednesday that would have barred sufferers with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) from getting charitable assistance to pay for private health coverage.
Published in the American Journal of Managed Care (AJMC), a recent study discovered that physicians using electronic health records (EHRs) tended to order more CBCs, CT scans, and x-rays for their sufferers in comparison to non-EHR users, calling into question the concept that EHRs could cut costs by assisting providers to reduce repetitious or unimportant testing.
In accordance to the alternative payment model’s webpage, the providers who are interested in participating in the Next Generation Accountable Care Organization (ACO) model in the year of 2018 can now submit a letter of intent to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
New rule from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and fifteen other departments and agencies will update common rules and provisions for securing people participating in medical research.
Significantly, the rule modifies the Common Rule provisions of protection that have been in force since the year of 1991
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recognized Delmarva Foundation at the CMS Quality Conference in December 2016 for work done in the CMS 10th Scope of Work from the time period of August 2011 – July 2014 in the Maryland and the District of Columbia. The company was acknowledged by CMS for contributing to saving 87,000 lives, 2.1 million fewer sufferer harms, and $19.8 billion in cost savings to the Medicare program.