Smorse

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Name: smorse
Date registered: May 27, 2015
URL: http://www.healthcarefinancenews.com/content-feed/news

Latest posts

  1. Use of telehealth in Medicare is limited, CMS says — November 20, 2018
  2. How one hospital prepares for turkey day — November 19, 2018
  3. Artificial Intelligence ROI is coming sooner than you think — November 16, 2018
  4. California approves CVS, Aetna merger contingent upon premium promise and $240 million investment — November 15, 2018
  5. HHS Secretary Alex Azar declares wildfires a public health emergency; CMS issues program waivers — November 15, 2018

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Use of telehealth in Medicare is limited, CMS says

Only one quarter of one percent of Medicare beneficiaries in 2016 took advantage of the service.

How one hospital prepares for turkey day

Northwell stays vigilant on ER numbers as turkey meat contaminated with salmonella is under a recall.

Artificial Intelligence ROI is coming sooner than you think

With 75 percent of health orgs implementing or planning to execute an AI strategy, OptumIQ said top benefits are improving patient experience and decreasing per-capita care costs.

California approves CVS, Aetna merger contingent upon premium promise and $240 million investment

New York State still needs to clear the $69 billion deal that CVS said it expects to close by Thanksgiving.

HHS Secretary Alex Azar declares wildfires a public health emergency; CMS issues program waivers

CMS reminds Medicare Advantage organizations of their requirement to waive prior authorization in affected areas.

ACA enrollment drops 8% in second week

Week two of open enrollment shows an 8 percent drop in the number of people …

Artificial intelligence helps insurers identify Medicare members who also qualify for Medicaid

Medicare Advantage insurers that miss enrolling dual-eligibles are losing out on an opportunity, according to Change Healthcare.

CMS continues to investigate information breach of more than 90,000 Healthcare.gov consumers

A number of insurance agents and brokers engaged in ‘excessive searching’ for applications stored in the health insurance marketplace, CMS says.

CMS expands mental health payment for residential services

CMS letter to state Medicaid directors outlines new federal waiver to get reimbursed for residential treatment services.

CMS proposes changes to streamline managed Medicaid

Proposed changes include rate range flexibility and adding new delivery models such as telehealth.

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