News2021-05-27T11:44:01-05:00

Value-Based Models Are Ready For Adoption

DEC 2 2021 David B. Snow By David B. Snow, Jr., chairman and CEO, Cedar Gate Technologies. If you are reading this, you already know that the fee-for-service model conflicts with the delivery of quality healthcare and the ongoing optimal management of chronic conditions. The model [...]

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Women Of The C-Suite: Melonie Carnegie Of UpstartWorks On The Five Things You Need To Succeed As A Senior Executive

Leaders must win the hearts and minds of the people and set the vision. A leader should present the compass and empower their team. As a part of our interview series called “Women Of The C-Suite”, we had the pleasure of interviewing Melonie Carnegie. As [...]

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Shared savings: The primary care physician’s entry point to value-based care

October 28, 2021 Dan Santmyer, FSA, MAAA Value-based models are designed to reward health care providers who improve patient care while contributing to an overall reduction in cost. The ongoing shift to value-based care models means primary care physicians face an increasing responsibility to coordinate [...]

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How New Tech Platforms Help Online Retailers Streamline Returns

It is vital for retailers in the e-commerce space to invest in a returns management system solution that can remove heavyweight, time-consuming returns off the company's shoulders and simplify the process. October 21, 2021 | By Gaurav Saran From ReverseLogix Over the past two years, [...]

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Back-to-school gun violence was highest on record. Active shooter drills may not be the answer.

Alia Wong USA TODAY Published 5:00 a.m. ET Oct. 9. 2021 Students adjusting to another school year disrupted by COVID-19 also face a different kind of public-health threat: recordgun violence. Between Aug.1 and Sept. 15, at least 30 instances of gunfire occurred on U.S. school grounds, [...]

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