The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted many cracks in our healthcare system. If we take the “glass-half-full” approach, we can appreciate how the pandemic exposed our industry-wide weaknesses, so we can get to work making efficient and effective improvements for future public health crises. One healthcare game-changer that’s emerging as the dust
The pandemic continues to present endless challenges for the healthcare industry. Many of the same essential workers who helped keep organizations afloat, or found themselves unemployed are now feeling depleted or overwhelmed. While mental health affects many different people, it’s no surprise that the past year and a half have
It’s been a year of immeasurable challenges for healthcare professionals across the state, country, and world. In addition to dealing with the incredibly taxing toll of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare management is learning how to juggle multi-generational workplaces – accommodating the needs of five generations simultaneously can understandably stretch leadership’s
A new bill legalizing recreational marijuana makes New York the 16th state to do so, and while advocates are praising the move, some employers are lost in a cloud of confusion. The bill makes it legal to possess small amounts of marijuana, launches programs to help communities that bore the
Telehealth can help practices run more smoothly and efficiently, increase access to needed treatment for individuals in remote areas, and expand the reach of professional services. Plus, research finds that when done right, this format can improve employee productivity, creativity, and morale – things we all appreciate as we continue
What do I need to know about the 340B Program? The 340B Program enables covered entities to stretch scarce federal resources as far as possible, reaching more eligible patients and providing more comprehensive services. Manufacturers participating in Medicaid agree to provide outpatient drugs to covered entities at significantly reduced prices. The program
Hundreds of thousands of older New Yorkers and people living with disabilities rely on home health aides to carry out daily tasks many of us take for granted. From bathing and dressing to meal preparation, routine cleaning, shopping, and even going to school or work – they fill the gap
While the pandemic continues to have devastating and staggering impacts on the health of the American people, it did push telehealth into the forefront of the medical industry – granting millions access to crucial care from home. In addition to the expansion of telehealth services, construction professionals are anticipating several
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