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5 Ways Healthcare Organizations are Using SDOH to Make a Difference

So much of our overall health is impacted by various socioeconomic factors, which don’t involve ever stepping foot into a doctor’s office, clinic or hospital. Social determinants of health—commonly referred to as SDOH—and healthcare utilization have an evidenced correlation. It’s estimated that as much as 80% of socioeconomic factors determine our health. That’s Read more

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5 Ways Healthcare Organizations are Using SDOH to Make a Difference
So much of our overall health is impacted by various socioeconomic factors, which don’t involve ever stepping foot into a doctor’s office, clinic or hospital. Social determinants of Read more
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Liquidagents Healthcare Recognized By Modern Healthcare as a Best Places to Work in 2022
Chicago, IL – Modern Healthcare has named LiquidAgents Healthcare as one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Healthcare for the 14th year. The complete list of this year’s winners, in alphabetical Read more
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Medicare Proposes a Lower Physician Fee Schedule for 2023
The discrepancy between Medicare and private insurance physicians' reimbursement has grown over the past 30 years and with the proposed decrease to the Medicare physician fee Read more
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How Hospitals Can Conserve Energy and Reduce Strain on the Power Grid
As temperatures nationwide rise with the peak of summer heat hitting various states, the increase in energy use is causing strain on power grids. Of the most vulnerable states is Read more
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AHA Report Gives Administrators Strategies for Supporting Healthcare Workers
At the end of June 2022, the American Hospital Association released Part one of a three-part report on the healthcare workforce.  Part one focuses on healthcare workers and giving Read more
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Private Health Insurers Must Evaluate Public Health Data
Is it in health insurance providers' best interest to continue offering free COVID-19 test kits after it’s no longer mandated? Clearsurance.com health insurance expert, Melanie Read more

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5 Ways Healthcare Organizations are Using SDOH to Make a Difference
August 4, 2022
So much of our overall health is impacted by various socioeconomic factors, which don’t involve ever stepping foot into a doctor’s office, clinic or hospital. Social determinants of health—commonly referred to as SDOH—and healthcare utilization have an evidenced correlation. It’s estimated that as much as 80% of socioeconomic factors determine our health. That’s Read more
Liquidagents Healthcare Recognized By Modern Healthcare as a Best Places to Work in 2022
August 3, 2022
Chicago, IL – Modern Healthcare has named LiquidAgents Healthcare as one of the 2022 Best Places to Work in Healthcare for the 14th year. The complete list of this year’s winners, in alphabetical order, is available at ModernHealthcare.com/bestplaceslist. Modern Healthcare will publish a special supplement featuring a ranked list of all the winners along with its Read more
Medicare Proposes a Lower Physician Fee Schedule for 2023
July 31, 2022
The discrepancy between Medicare and private insurance physicians' reimbursement has grown over the past 30 years and with the proposed decrease to the Medicare physician fee schedule, private insurers may be left to make up the difference. ExpertInsuranceReviews.com’s health insurance expert, Melanie Musson explores strategies to avoid higher Read more
How Hospitals Can Conserve Energy and Reduce Strain on the Power Grid
July 27, 2022
As temperatures nationwide rise with the peak of summer heat hitting various states, the increase in energy use is causing strain on power grids. Of the most vulnerable states is Texas, as it recently faced a major threat when unexpected cold temperatures resulted in unusual and heightened energy use in February 2021. The demand caused a failure Read more
AHA Report Gives Administrators Strategies for Supporting Healthcare Workers
July 26, 2022
At the end of June 2022, the American Hospital Association released Part one of a three-part report on the healthcare workforce.  Part one focuses on healthcare workers and giving insights for healthcare administrators that would help them in “Supporting the Team,” with advice in three core areas: Addressing healthcare worker well-being, Read more
Private Health Insurers Must Evaluate Public Health Data
July 25, 2022
Is it in health insurance providers' best interest to continue offering free COVID-19 test kits after it’s no longer mandated? Clearsurance.com health insurance expert, Melanie Musson, explores the need for data, evaluation, and making the best decision based on facts. COVID-19 Public Health Emergency In April 2022, the COVID-19 Public Health Read more
Employment Report Shows Spikes in Hospitality, Healthcare Jobs
July 18, 2022
In this week's economic minute, the June 2022 employment situation report showed positive job gains across the economy. Plus, indications that a recession may be staved off in the short term, but the economy isn't out of the mud quite yet. The BLS reported 372,000 non-farm payrolls, or jobs, added in June 2022. That's a slight dip from 384,000 Read more
Get Ahead of New Healthcare Cybersecurity Standards
July 12, 2022
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) required hospital networks, clinics, and research institutes to meet strict healthcare cybersecurity standards. But complying with the new Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act may be a whole new level of challenge. The bill, enacted on March 15, takes a carrot and stick Read more
Private Health Insurance Providers Pay Over Twice What Medicare Pays
July 7, 2022
  RAND Corporation recently released a report on medical spending in 2020 in which they found that private insurance companies paid, on average, 224% of what Medicare would have paid. The discrepancy varied from 175% in Arkansas, Hawaii, and Washington to 310% in Florida, South Carolina, and West Virginia. And while this Read more