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10 Hospitals Leading the Way in Outpatient Claims
January 12, 2021
by: Definitive Healthcare
The patient preference for outpatient procedures continues to grow. Outpatient procedures tend to be more convenient for the patient. They are also more cost efficient, since they do not require an overnight hospital stay. Because of this and factors like improved interoperability, experts agree the outpatient market w...
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Where in the U.S. is the COVID-19 Vaccine Being Distributed First?
January 7, 2021
by: Alanna Moriarty
There have been a whirlwind of COVID-19 developments in the past few weeks. We know there are two available vaccines, from Pfizer and Moderna. And we know approximately where we are in line for the vaccine. We even know that the federal government is covering the cost of the vaccine, and largely leaving administration ...
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Flavored HIV Drug Targets 160,000 Children
December 21, 2020
by: Alanna Moriarty
An HIV diagnosis can be a bitter pill to swallow. And so are most HIV treatments. To improve treatment adhesion, existing drug Dolutegravir will soon come in a strawberry-flavored, dissolvable tablet.
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5 Ways Hospitals Use RFPs and Why You Should Know Them
December 21, 2020
by: Rachel Grande
If your company sells into hospitals, you're probably used to responding to a request for proposal (RFP). But did you know that hospitals issue many different kinds of RFPs? Here are some facts about healthcare RFPs you might not already know.
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Opinion | Patient Journeys and Dr. Google
December 3, 2020
by: Brittany Morin-Mezzadri, Principal Customer Success Manager
When I was 14 years old, I was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome. This diagnosis was a long-sought answer to questions I’d had about my body for almost five years. I remember many visits to my pediatrician, Dr. Lisa, and even more visits to specialists.
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Pandemic Stress Forces Physician Groups to Close
November 25, 2020
by: Alanna Moriarty
More than 16,000 independent physician groups closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An additional 8,000 physician groups may close by the end of 2020. According to Definitive Healthcare data, there are currently 121,000 independent physician groups in the United States. If the closure projections are correct, COVID-19 w...
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