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What to Consider When Evaluating Clinical Decision Support Tools

Clinical decision support (CDS) is redefining the relationship between physicians and health plans, and industry professionals and patients.

The Exciting and Evolving Culture of Healthcare Technology

Technology in healthcare has reached a new precipice. We may be a ways from the medical breakthroughs on Star Trek, but the healthcare industry, where once continuously behind in technology, has started to catch up. The industry is moving away from the constraints of working in analog systems and on paper and toward a digital renaissance.

Complex Care Management Services Shifting To A Holistic Home-Based Approach

Medicare Advantage (MA) plans are evolving to address their growing market—10,000 baby boomers are now retiring every day, and Medicare Advantage health plans are set to become 50% of the Medicare market by 2025—increasing programs for care management and bringing services to the home to improve care and reduce utilization in their high-risk members.

Three Ways to Reduce Health Risks for Adults Age 65 and Older During the Holiday Season

Adults age 65 and older are at higher risk for contracting contagious illnesses and diseases such as the flu, and can have a more difficult time rebounding. That’s why it’s especially important to communicate to health plan members ways they can stay happy and healthy during the busy holiday season.

Important Updates from the CDC for this Flu Season

Anyone age 65 and older can experience greater severity in symptoms and complications from influenza—and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, older adults accounted for roughly 60-80 percent of flu-related deaths in recent years.