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Physicians and Technology: Avoiding Burnout

Technology has played an increasingly larger role in the healthcare industry over the past couple decades and continues to offer a myriad of benefits to physicians and other healthcare professionals. It is intended to streamline workflow, reduce administrative burden and improve patient care, but when poorly designed, technology may increase stress for physicians. This stress […]

New Approaches in Behavioral Health

Behavioral health is a flexible term that can refer to a potentially broad set of medical issues. It is most often used when discussing mental health conditions like major depressive disorder, but, with growing frequency, it also applies to the diagnosis and treatment of virtually any behavior-influenced condition. These include chronic diseases such as diabetes, […]

A Look Back at 100 Years of Behavioral Health

For centuries, healthcare providers have offered behavioral health treatments for a variety of mental and physical conditions. Today, we often equate behavioral health only with mental health, but the term is broader than that, both historically and at the moment. It may also encompass any treatment for behavior-affected conditions such as hypertension, prediabetes and substance […]

Wearable Technology in the Workplace

One drawback of workers’ compensation is the fact that the system traditionally only comes into play after an injury has occurred. New tools in the form of wearable technology are changing the ways in which insurers can interact with workers and are bringing proactive injury-prevention measures into a previously purely reactive field. Experts are excited […]

Eytan Alpern, MD, Founder of Advanced Medical Reviews, to Speak at 20th Annual PBMI Conference in San Antonio, Texas

Eytan Alpern, MD, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Advanced Medical Reviews (“AMR”), one of the country’s leading Independent Review and Utilization Management Organizations, will be a featured speaker at the 20th Annual PBMI Conference in San Antonio, Texas, on March 2, 2015. In his session, “The Importance of Revisiting Medication Regimens and a Look […]

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