Tag Archives: chronic conditions

Telehealth: The future of chronic care monitoring

As millions of Americans seek health services under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), patient demand for these services is expected to exceed medical provider supply. This realization has increased the use of telehealth services as an avenue for providers to offer health education and treatment to their patients outside the traditional office visit. Now telehealth […]
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Four steps to population health management: Step four— Expand chronic disease management to the full attributed population

In our last blog post, we talked about high-acuity patients, such as those with chronic conditions, who are at high risk for admissions and readmissions. These patients, who drive a disproportionate amount of health care costs, need to be closely monitored post-discharge and targeted for intervention to keep them on the road to recovery. Using […]
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Humedica uncovers the link between coding and patient care

Accurate coding is crucial to accountable care because it is strongly associated with the kind of care patients receive.