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Patient Satisfaction & Your Financial Future

Patient Satisfaction & Your Financial Future

Healthcare and the delivery of healthcare services is often a matter of life and death and there has been an increased intensity of those in need of medical help and, as a result, a significant increase in the demanding workload on the healthcare workforce. Patients deserve quality care and healthcare
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New Law Addresses Pending Medicare Cuts

New Law Addresses Pending Medicare Cuts

Of the ten counties that encompass the Hudson Valley, all but Putnam, Rockland, and Westchester are categorically considered rural, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Unsurprisingly, rural residents often encounter barriers to healthcare that limit their ability to obtain the care they need. Certainly, the past year and a half
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How to Fix the Healthcare Trust Problem

How to Fix the Healthcare Trust Problem

With December just one calendar page turn away, it’s a good time to consider ways your organization excelled this year, as well as areas your team fell short of. Reflecting on the past year, healthcare workers across the state were tested beyond limits and proved that this industry is more
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Why You Should See the Value in Digital Vision Care

Why You Should See the Value in Digital Vision Care

Chances are, your healthcare team has launched a telehealth campaign to stay connected to patients throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. One area that’s lacking and has huge room for growth? Virtual eye care. Telemedicine in optometry can expand patient access to care, improve coordination of care, and enhance communication among
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The Harsh Reality Facing Healthcare Workers and Vaccination Mandates

The Harsh Reality Facing Healthcare Workers and Vaccination Mandates

It feels like bad déjà vu, but the reality is that once again the majority of New York healthcare systems are battling the perfect storm of challenges amid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases statewide. The rising risk of the delta variant, combined with staffing shortages, and mounting mandate pressure to
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Is Telehealth Helping or Hurting Healthcare’s Bottom Line

Is Telehealth Helping or Hurting Healthcare’s Bottom Line

For years, widespread telehealth adoption was stunted because of strict rules about how doctors could bill. As we all know, the pandemic completely launched these services into the spotlight, as doctors and patients needed efficient ways to stay connect while being physically apart. At the height of the pandemic, officials
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The New Staffing Law You Need to Know

The New Staffing Law You Need to Know

Just days ago on June 18, Governor Cuomo signed two bills into law that will change the day-to-day practice for New York hospital and nursing home workers. This new legislation establishes minimum staffing levels for hospitals and nursing homes, asserting understaffing practices at some facilities contributed to COVID-19 infections and deaths.
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Celebrating National Safety Month

Celebrating National Safety Month

Each year, the National Safety Council (NSC) designates June as National Safety Month. This year, safety in and out of the workplace has been top-of-mind for most of the world because of COVID-19. But while your frontline heroes have been working 24/7 to prioritize your patients and the mounting needs
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Map of Qualified Census Tracts (QCTs)

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