Highway to Health – Season 1

The Continued Democratization of Personalized Healthcare

Personalized healthcare

A show of hands: How many people were adept at taking an in-home health test before the pandemic? The answer: probably not many. The pandemic changed that, along with so many other healthcare processes. Taking a COVID test, a healthcare assessment, or even a virtual patient visit weren’t things most were used to doing at […]

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The Continued Democratization of Personalized Healthcare

A show of hands: How many people were adept at taking an in-home health test before the pandemic? The answer: probably not many. The pandemic changed that, along with so many other healthcare processes. Taking a COVID test, a healthcare assessment, or even a virtual patient visit weren’t things most were used to doing at […]

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Highway to Health: Referral Management Paired with E-consults Delivering for Patients and Providers

The healthcare industry is facing a lot of challenges, like physician burnout, the high cost of care, a lack of insurance coverage, staffing problems, and a lack of adequate interactions between patients and providers, just to name a few. With the loads of technology and applications available, many providers still use fax machines as a […]

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Provider & Payer Dynamics: Revenue Cycle’s Evolution

Pre-authorization is a word that is being tossed around more and more frequently in the healthcare world. Often referred to as pre-approvals, prior approvals, or prior authorizations, these are insurance-dictated restrictions on medicines, tests, or health services that require a check before insurance will officially cover the product or service. More than three quarters of […]

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Patient’s Responsibility in the Financial Side of Healthcare

Patients’ financial responsibility has been increasing over the years, and this trend is stepping-up healthcare costs, with no assurance it’s going to slow down in the future. According to patientengagementhit, patient financial responsibility increased by 11 percent in 2017, a rise from $1,630 in Q4 2016 to $1,813 in Q4 2017, totaling an increase of […]

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Unlocking Your Body’s Ability to Fight Cancer

The common saying, “You are what you eat,” may indeed be true. Consuming unhealthy food and beverages can put you at increased risk for developing chronic health conditions, obesity, and even 13 types of cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While this may seem disheartening, new research shows that nutritional […]

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Referral Management and Health System Revenue Leakage

Staying on top of your health isn’t always easy. Time, money, and knowledge all play a big role in shaping your healthcare. Missing a follow-up appointment might not seem like a big deal, though it could be a game changer for your health or your practice and staying on top of appointments should be a […]

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2024
Mark Tina Envisions Differences to the Verizon Partner Network in 2024
December 1, 2023

In the dynamic telecommunications landscape, Verizon’s Partner Network continues to evolve, adapting to new trends and opportunities. For another segment featuring Mark Tina, VP of Indirect Channel Distribution and Channel Chief at Verizon Business Group, he explores exactly what types of significant changes and advancements the Verizon Partner Network will see in 2024. In this […]

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Mark Tina Explores the Importance of Partners in Verizon Business Group Success
December 1, 2023

A special episode of The Verizon Partner Network focuses on an examination of an industry marked by fierce competition and rapid innovation. But most importantly, how the role of partnerships in a company’s success is increasingly vital. Mark Tina, the VP of Indirect Channel Distribution and Channel Chief at Verizon, details why partners are essential […]

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Mark Tina Highlights Three Pillars of Success in Verizon’s Partner Network
December 1, 2023

For a continuation episode of The Verizon Partner Network’s special segment with team leaders, Mark Tina, VP of Indirect Channel Distribution and Channel Chief at Verizon Business Group, joined again to outline the three top aspects that define the Verizon Partner Network and its approach to collaborative success. The video centers on Tina’s explanation of […]

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All Highway to Health - Season 1
The Continued Democratization of Personalized Healthcare
April 3, 2023

A show of hands: How many people were adept at taking an in-home health test before the pandemic? The answer: probably not many. The pandemic changed that, along with so many other healthcare processes. Taking a COVID test, a healthcare assessment, or even a virtual patient visit weren’t things most were used to doing at […]

Read More
Highway to Health: Referral Management Paired with E-consults Delivering for Patients and Providers
March 28, 2023

The healthcare industry is facing a lot of challenges, like physician burnout, the high cost of care, a lack of insurance coverage, staffing problems, and a lack of adequate interactions between patients and providers, just to name a few. With the loads of technology and applications available, many providers still use fax machines as a […]

Read More
Provider & Payer Dynamics: Revenue Cycle’s Evolution
March 24, 2023

Pre-authorization is a word that is being tossed around more and more frequently in the healthcare world. Often referred to as pre-approvals, prior approvals, or prior authorizations, these are insurance-dictated restrictions on medicines, tests, or health services that require a check before insurance will officially cover the product or service. More than three quarters of […]

Read More
Patient’s Responsibility in the Financial Side of Healthcare
March 16, 2023

Patients’ financial responsibility has been increasing over the years, and this trend is stepping-up healthcare costs, with no assurance it’s going to slow down in the future. According to patientengagementhit, patient financial responsibility increased by 11 percent in 2017, a rise from $1,630 in Q4 2016 to $1,813 in Q4 2017, totaling an increase of […]

Read More
Unlocking Your Body’s Ability to Fight Cancer
February 15, 2023

The common saying, “You are what you eat,” may indeed be true. Consuming unhealthy food and beverages can put you at increased risk for developing chronic health conditions, obesity, and even 13 types of cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While this may seem disheartening, new research shows that nutritional […]

Read More
Referral Management and Health System Revenue Leakage
January 3, 2023

Staying on top of your health isn’t always easy. Time, money, and knowledge all play a big role in shaping your healthcare. Missing a follow-up appointment might not seem like a big deal, though it could be a game changer for your health or your practice and staying on top of appointments should be a […]

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Intelligent Automation: Meeting Patient Expectation
December 27, 2022

Key Points: The administrative burden on the provider is what translates into poor patient experience. Many big tech companies going into the healthcare business are finding it challenging because they do not have a proper understanding of how it works There is a need for alignment between patient needs and what healthcare providers are offering […]

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How AI is Being Applied in Early Diagnosis
December 19, 2022

Most people have likely been impacted by a family member or friend who has had heart disease, and the statistics show that it certainly carries a heavy burden on society. Cardiac disease is responsible for 40.8 million disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) annually as well as 36.4 million years of life lost (YLLs) due to premature […]

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Rani Therapeutics & Highway to Health
December 14, 2022

On December 3, 1967, Dr. Christiaan Barnard completed the first human heart transplant. At the time, it seemed incredible—and it is—but today, we hardly bat an eye at a heart transplant because of how rapidly the healthcare and biotech fields are coming out with innovative surgeries, technologies, and therapies. What does the biotech industry look […]

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