Category: Hospitalization Data

QLIANCE: New Primary Care Model Delivers 20 Percent Lower Overall Healthcare Costs, Increases Patient Satisfaction and Delivers Better Care .

SEATTLE, Jan. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — A review of two years’ worth of healthcare claims data on thousands of patients reveals, contrary to the prevailing view, that unlimited primary care drives down overall costs while improving patient outcomes and experience. The analysis by Qliance Medical Management Inc. – […]

MINNESOTA: “It’s like concierge medicine that is accessible to all, which is a real boon to the community.”

The 64,000-square-foot Minnetonka Medical Center brings together expert providers in a state-of-the-art facility designed to streamline the practice of medicine in the era of healthcare reform. The Design for Tomorrow’s Health Care By: Michael Ferguson Monday, December 01, 2014 Passage of the ACA caused a paradigm shift in […]

ACA: ‘Did you know hospitals are required to bill uninsured patients at no higher a rate than a person who has insurance? That’s a new provision in the Affordable Care Act.’ ~Trending Story this week …

Hospitals could be breaking the law by overbilling By Clark Howard JANUARY 24, 2013 – If you go to the emergency room without insurance, you might not be getting charged at the correct rate in accordance with federal law. Did you know hospitals are required to bill uninsured […]

Yale-New Haven Hospital’s former chief medical officer, Dr. Peter N. Herbert, M.D., is transitioning to a newly established position of executive medical director for Concierge Medicine and Complex Cases.

Yale-New Haven Hospital Announces New Chief Medical Officer By MATTHEW STURDEVANT October 3, 2014 – Yale-New Haven Hospital announced Thursday that it has a new chief medical officer, Dr. Thomas Balcezak, effective immediately. In his new role, Balcezak oversees administration for medical staff affairs, graduate medical education, patient […]