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, December 6, 2018 | Jacob Turmell | 0 Comments
The electronic medical record (EMR) has impacted how we deliver care. Jacob Turmell provides 6 things that will help with EMR success whether you are in the planning phase, new to the platform, or have been using it for several months or years.
Thursday, November 29, 2018 | Ginger Biesbrock & Joel Sauer | 0 Comments
If you’ve been considering the development of a PVD program, it’s essential to assess the market and quantify the untapped volume of patients that could benefit. Ginger Biesbrock and Joel Sauer provide 6 tips for such an analysis.
Monday, November 26, 2018 | Cherie Kelly-Aduli | 0 Comments
There are a couple of big changes in store for 2019 with the CMS Quality Payment Program (QPP). Cherie Kelly-Aduli explains the changes and how some are substantial enough that you should be aware even if you don’t typically handle the day to day clinic operations, technology upgrades or data collection process for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).
Thursday, November 15, 2018 | Lori Walsh | 0 Comments
We all know that physician burnout is a major issue, but they aren’t the only ones experiencing it. Lori Walsh details five ways that will help you avoid or reverse it if you’ve identified a problem.
Thursday, November 8, 2018 | Ginger Biesbrock | 0 Comments
As an industry there are many registries available that offer data to improve things like clinical outcomes but there are still missed opportunities to optimize that data. Ginger Biesbrock lists five ways to get additional value from your registry investments.
Thursday, November 1, 2018 | Joel Sauer | 1 Comment
Through consolidation programs can achieve higher quality, better patient experience and lower overall costs. In addition, consolidation can provide a higher quality of life for both the physicians and staff charged with covering these services. So, Joel Sauer wonders, why isn’t consolidation more top of mind for US cardiology programs?