• A Look at the Tennessee Health Care Innovation Initiative

    The move away from fee-for-service healthcare is sweeping across the country as payers and providers come together to search for innovative ways to improve outcomes while lowering costs. With Tennessee’s robust resources, the state is well positioned to take a lead role in transforming the delivery of healthcare.

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  • Changing reimbursement for new models of care

    First the good news … providers are generally excited about the idea of moving to more holistic, integrated care with a focus on prevention, quality and outcomes. Now the not-so-good news … we have to figure out how to pay for it.

  • American men live sicker and die younger than their female counterparts. However, Men’s Health Network is working to change the status quo by reaching out to men where they work, live, play and pray.

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  • A Look at the Tennessee Health Care Innovation Initiative

    The move away from fee-for-service healthcare is sweeping across the country as payers and providers come together to search for innovative ways to improve outcomes while lowering costs. With Tennessee’s robust resources, the state is well positioned to take a lead role in transforming the delivery of healthcare.

  • Changing reimbursement for new models of care

    First the good news … providers are generally excited about the idea of moving to more holistic, integrated care with a focus on prevention, quality and outcomes. Now the not-so-good news … we have to figure out how to pay for it.

  • American men live sicker and die younger than their female counterparts. However, Men’s Health Network is working to change the status quo by reaching out to men where they work, live, play and pray.

  • The Man Who Touched His Own Heart: True Tales of Science, Surgery, and Mystery

    by Rob Dunn; c.2015, Little, Brown; $27.00 / $30.00 Canada, 384 pages

  • I love daylilies. A couple of gorgeous red varieties with brilliant yellow centers are planted near the road in two beds by columns at our driveway. If we can keep the deer away, their splendor is a yearly delight and one anticipated and enjoyed each summer.

  • The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (“ARRA”) instituted incentives through the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) for the “meaningful use” of certified electronic health record technology (“EHR”). Once a provider has established meaningful use of EHR, the next step can involve the use of patient portals, which allow patients to access electronic protected health information (“e-PHI”) online, among other things (1).

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