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As the West Coast COVID-19 caseload eased, Dr. Compton-Phillips led a virtual offsite for more than 200 leaders from across the Providence system. Team members envisioned a path forward from the immediate response phase through recovery and into a future where Providence can grow toward its vision of health for a better world. On this episode, Dr. Compton-Phillips and...
Ann Marie Navar, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke Clinical Research Institute, Duke University School of Medicine & Strategic Advisor, Cerner Corporation, and Eric D. Peterson, MD, MPH, Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Duke Clinical Research Institute & Strategic Advisor, Cerner Corporation. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgent need for EHR data access for clinical researchers to understand...
Ken Septer, VP Infrastructure & IT Service Delivery, Patricia Plata West (DeCamillo), MS, BSN, RN, Customer Relationship Manager, IT CRM, Colette Calliea, IT CRM (Troy & Grosse Pointe), Andrea Judd, IT CRM (Royal Oak), and Michele Ruppal, IT CRM (Dearborn & Farmington Hills), Beaumont Health. National COVID-19 impact data have shown that Michigan was one of the hardest hit...
Local doctors are working to find treatments and a cure for COVID-19.
In a rapid, yet expansive, deployment of “telehealth” in the acute-care setting, hospitalists and specialists at all 28 Banner Health hospitals now can conduct virtual patient visits on COVID-19 units. This greatly preserves personal protective equipment (PPE) and allows for greater efficiency and patient and staff safety in these busy patient care units.The next phase of this telehealth technology...
Patients have been given the first dose of a potential antibody treatment designed to fight coronavirus. The immune system produces antibodies to fight off foreign invaders when it detects infection. Scientists developed the antibody in just three months after identifying it from blood taken from one of the first American patients to recover from COVID-19.
Revenue cycle collections required extraordinary efforts before the COVID-19 pandemic, but as unemployment rates rise and the number of clinical visits fall, having affordable and self-service payment options that are flexible for patients is more important than ever.
Advocate Aurora, Froedtert, Ascension – Potential average cost of COVID-19 treatment with complications could be more than $20,000
If you get COVID-19 and you find yourself in the hospital, the last thing you need is to get a big medical bill for your stay. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act covers the cost of COVID-19 testing, but it doesn't cover the cost of treatment.
Many healthcare systems are deploying digital innovations to address COVID-19. CommonSpirit Health, a nonprofit, Catholic health system operating in 21 states, had to do this on an unprecedented scale, accelerating deployment of solutions already in use and developing new adaptations to address the specific needs of the pandemic.
Dr. Gigi Chawla, chief of general pediatrics at Children’s Minnesota, explains.