The healthcare industry continues to be one of the fastest growing industries in the United States and is the largest source of jobs in the country. That’s not surprising as U.S. healthcare spending is approximately $3.3 trillion or $10,348 per person annually. According to the Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker, relative to the size of its […]
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The ability to multitask is often seen as positive because it enables a person to perform more than one task at a time. However, research has shown that it not only decreases productivity and raises risk but also creates distraction and reduces memory. Based on this research, asking employees to multitask on a regular basis […]
Technology has created lanes for many people, businesses and industries to seek and attain enormous progress. The healthcare industry, in particular, has rapidly evolved in recent years through partnering with technological innovators. Many such partnerships have been forged through creative collaborations with companies not traditionally active in healthcare. The most recent whirlwind of tech companies […]
Whether optimizing quality assurance measures or onboarding physicians to our nationwide physician reviewer network, everything we do at Advanced Medical Reviews is guided by our belief statement- We believe every patient should receive quality healthcare. We sat down with our leadership team- Leah Williams (Manager of Recruitment and Credentialing), Emir Rubi (Operations Manager), Stephanie […]
The past decade has seen a greater emphasis on improving health care, its cost and overall quality of service by providers. Rising costs for medical testing, chronic disease management, and prescription drugs have led to researchers and payers developing more affordable alternatives for restoring health and preventing health issues. One such alternative is shifting from […]
Manage specialty drug costs with these approaches.
For years, the number of practicing physicians in the U.S. has not maintained pace with the rising demand for medical services. This trend has created a physician shortage, with consequences extending far beyond the doctor’s office to essential workflows throughout the American healthcare system, including the medical review process. The Association of American Medical Colleges […]
In healthcare, there are many possible applications that take advantage of the expanded IP connectivity. We’ll look at two – one on the device side, and one on the service side – that between them embody much of the IoT’s potential in the field.
In healthcare, AI programs have gained prominence in a number of applications.
The healthcare-specific cloud market will reach $35 billion by 2022, presenting an unparalleled opportunity for cloud transformation of IT and patient services.