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Overcoming Barriers to Cardiac Rehab Enrollment Part 2: Addressing Cost, Patient Adherence and Access
Friday, January 15, 2021 | Terri McDonald | 0 Comments
As many are facing financial strains due to COVID-19 cost can be a major factor when deciding whether or not to enroll in cardiac rehab. In this blog Terri explains how creating dignified solutions to address financial barriers can help.
Tuesday, December 8, 2020 | Lori Walsh | 0 Comments
The end of 2020 is fast approaching and that means time is running out to earn CMEs/CEUs for the year. In this blog Lori highlights what is available for you to attend, access and enroll in today to find a format and topic that works for you.
Monday, October 5, 2020 | Lori Walsh | 0 Comments
MedAxiom will soon kick off our first ever virtual conference! In this blog Lori shares details about pre-conference activities, opening session with leadership, spotlight sessions sponsored by Industry Partners and all the great content that will be covered.
Thursday, September 24, 2020 | Joel Sauer | 0 Comments
Each and every year the issue of physician slowdown breaks into the top five concerns for cardiovascular group and program leaders. In this blog Joel shares three “commandments” or “must haves” for creating an equitable and effective policy that fits the needs and culture of your group.
Monday, September 14, 2020 | Joline Bruder | 1 Comment
Modifiers are essential to getting claims paid correctly, yet if used incorrectly, they can cost a lot of money and possibly trigger an audit. In this blog Joline shares helpful advice when using modifiers to help with coding accuracy so you are not leaving money on the table.
Thursday, August 27, 2020 | Terri McDonald | 0 Comments
After a major cardiovascular event or diagnosis it is beneficial for patients to complete a cardiac rehab program. In this blog Terri explains that only a fraction of eligible patients are being enrolled and steps to take to improve access and the enrollment process.