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Jan18

Solving the Access Problem in Cardiovascular Practices

Posted by: Pat White on Thursday, January 18, 2018 | Comments (0)
Solving the Access Problem in Cardiovascular Practices

Increasingly, improved patient access is being linked to improved CV practice and program success. In this week’s blog post, Pat White offers a variety of reasons for and ways to improve your patient access. They include use of data, technology as well as referrals and workforce planning.


Jan11

Top CV Concerns Survey: Results and Quick Tips Part 2

Posted by: MedAxiom Consulting on Thursday, January 11, 2018 | Comments (0)
Top CV Concerns Survey: Results and Quick Tips (Part 2 of 2)

In health care today, we all have long lists of things that need our attention. What’s rising to the top of those lists right now? We surveyed cardiovascular health care leaders about their greatest concerns; in Part 2 of this blog post, we share more of the list we culled from the survey responses. And, for each issue, the MedAxiom Consulting team offers a “quick tip” to help you tackle it.


Jan04

Top CV Concerns Survey: Results and Quick Tips - Part 1

Posted by: MedAxiom Consulting on Thursday, January 4, 2018 | Comments (1)
Top CV Concerns Survey: Results and Quick Tips

In a recent survey of MedAxiom members and other cardiovascular health care leaders—both administrators and clinicians—we asked about top CV concerns. Basically, we wanted to know what keeps you up at night. Here, our MedAxiom Consulting team—the nation’s top CV consulting experts—share valuable “quick tips” for approaching the issues we face.


Dec28

All the Best in 2018

Posted by: MedAxiom on Thursday, December 28, 2017 | Comments (0)
All the Best in 2018

With heartfelt appreciation for all you do, we wish you and yours the very best of the season and look forward to making 2018 a great year in cardiovascular health care—together!


Dec20

The Last Word (for now . . .)

Posted by: Larry Sobal on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 | Comments (1)
The Last Word (for now . . .)
In Larry Sobal’s last blog post (sniff, sniff), he offers four pieces of advice for health care organizations that want to change for the better!