A curated feed of cardiovascular articles and posts
Stay up-to-date on the latest opinions, trends, and issues in cardiovascular healthcare with MedAxiom’s weekly blog posts. New posts every Thursday.
Thursday, April 5, 2018 | Ginger Biesbrock | 0 Comments
When it comes to CV healthcare delivery, we know we can do it right. The question is: how can we redesign it so it is done right consistently?
Thursday, March 29, 2018 | Joel Sauer | 0 Comments
Cardiology delivers the greatest value when all of the component parts are working in sync, focusing not just on the product within a particular clinical focus area, but on the whole patient. To achieve success, Joel Sauer explains that the entire organization, from governance and leadership to the workforce deployment strategy and provider compensation model, must orient around the cardiology team.
Thursday, March 22, 2018 | Pat White | 0 Comments
CV practices may need to look beyond the imaging center around the corner or hospital in the next town to understand their competition. Pat White shares examples of non-traditional competitors that are changing the landscape of modern healthcare delivery.
Thursday, March 15, 2018 | Cherie Kelly-Aduli | 0 Comments
MACRA expert Cherie Kelly-Aduli explains that MIPS eligible clinicians still have several ways to avoid the 4% negative payment adjustment in 2019 from program year 2017. Alert: Important CMS deadline coming up on 3/31/18.
Thursday, March 8, 2018 | Nicole Knight | 0 Comments
Failing to adequately capture a patient's risk through documentation and coding may lead to an inaccurately low level of attributed risk and eventually to reduced reimbursement, payment penalties and exclusion from markets. Nicole Knight wants you to think about how accurate and thorough documentation and coding can provide the best chance of shared savings and, in turn, help with the successful management of your patient population.
Thursday, March 1, 2018 | Jacob Turmell | 0 Comments
With a passion for the patient experience and patient perspective, Jacob Turmell challenges you to put the patient first in every decision you make. He argues, if we do what is right for the patient, the financial and operational pieces will fall into place.