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Automating revenue cycle on the back end improves patient engagement

By | November 5, 2020

, Revenue cycle directors are seeing a clear path for automation to increase revenue, decrease denials, speed up prior authorization and claims, and remove many of the repetitive clicks that hamper daily operations. From an ROI perspective, automation saves money through fewer full-time equivalent positions. Three rev cycle executives interviewed, who are at different stages of revenue cycle… Read More »

Sony expands medical imaging platform to include remote monitoring

By | November 5, 2020

Sony announced this week that it would update its vendor-neutral medical-imaging platform NUCLeUS to include remote patient monitoring and recording functionalities. The new features include wireless video streaming that allows clinical staff to access images with an iPad from any modality virtually in real time, according to the company. “Sony is committed to developing NUCLeUS to suit the needs… Read More »

Brigham and Women’s uses crowdsourcing tech to take aim at everyday problems

By | November 5, 2020

Brigham Health, based in Boston, is home to innovative science, medicine and digital health technology. But like many large institutions, it also has its fair share of systems and processes that are relics of the past. THE PROBLEM Healthcare delivery is filled with cumbersome, redundant and generally inefficient activities and processes, said Santosh Mohan, managing director of Brigham… Read More »

Music Canada and CONNECT Music Licensing partner for Industry Insider Video Series hosted by Domanique Grant

By | October 21, 2020

The Industry Insider Video Series presented by Music Canada & CONNECT Music Licensing is an exciting new web series created in collaboration with Toronto-based artist Domanique Grant. The four episode series hosted by Domanique was developed to provide Canadian artist entrepreneurs with useful tips and resources from some of the industry’s top experts on how to navigate Canada’s music… Read More »

Interim co-CEO Patrick Rogers on Behind-the-Scenes Negotiations During a Pandemic with Canadian Musician

By | October 14, 2020

As the pandemic continues across the country, Canadians have remained hesitant to return to public gatherings, in regions of the country where they have been possible.  In this recent episode of the Canadian Musician podcast Patrick Rogers, interim co-CEO of Music Canada offers a deep dive on how the music industry has been impacted, ranging from what we… Read More »

When it comes to healthy eating, we need the nanny state

By | September 30, 2020

http://nannystate.in/ , Making a healthy choice on food is pretty difficult when the ingredients are unclear. In New York City there is now a requirement for restaurants to label excessively salty foods. With non-communicable diseases now topping our health challenges and unhealthy diet being a key factor, it is time for a more strident approach internationally. There are… Read More »

Coronavirus updates LIVE: Donald Trump to suspend immigration to US, Australian death toll stands at 74 as COVID-19 cases exceed 2.5 million worldwide

By | April 21, 2020

, AbstractThe death toll in Australia is now 74, after two extra deaths in NSW had been showed on Wednesday morningAround the sector, the collection of cases has handed 2.5 million with greater than 177,000 deathsThe senior physician on board the Ruby Princess cruise send has advised an inquiry she was once stunned 2700 passengers had been allowed… Read More »

NSW Health says COVID-19 testing for anyone is inevitable

By | April 21, 2020

, The move follows Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s edict that easing social distancing restrictions was contingent on widespread, rapid testing and “industrial capacity” contact tracing. The number of daily confirmed cases in NSW has dropped to single digits, but testing clinics and pathology labs are ramping up their operations. On Tuesday, Australia’s confirmed cases tally rose by 26… Read More »

Return to class is going to look very different from school to school

By | April 21, 2020

, This was published 7 months ago OpinionThe Premier’s announcement that students will start returning to school from May 11 is one certainty in a sea of uncertainty. In many ways, the announcement and limited detail that has accompanied it has raised more questions than it answered, and will cause additional concern and confusion for educators, students and… Read More »