The importance of hospital and health system case management has grown exponentially over the past 10 years and is now getting attention from leaders throughout the healthcare industry.
Accelerates work to improve outcomes and experiences and lower the cost of health care
Volunteer techies deliver solutions during COVID-19 pandemic
Last Thursday, the Nashville Health Care Council and NashvilleHealth hosted "Conversations on Health Equity and Action to Eliminate Disparities: Part Three," the third in a three-part series exploring health inequity and its long-standing threat to business and community growth and vitality.
The five-day policy-making meeting of the American Medical Association concluded business yesterday after virtually gathering physicians and medical students from all corners of the nation to shape the AMA's health care agenda.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Nashville Health Care Council, an organization that was founded by the local health care community with the purpose of establishing Nashville as the nation's health care capital.
On November 11, the Nashville Health Care Council hosted a member discussion with Dee Anna Smith, CEO of Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare.
Findings from FAIR Health's Monthly Telehealth Regional Tracker show large increase in telehealth claims in the wake of COVID-19.
While telemedicine regulations were quickly amended in the wake of COVID-19, an AHLA panel recently looked ahead to considerations for providers in a post-pandemic world.
Belmont University, in collaboration with HCA Healthcare, has announced plans to create a new medical school in Nashville.
AMA study finds increasingly limited health insurance options for patients in highly concentrated markets
Meharry Medical College and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania have partnered on a joint MD/PhD program.
NMGMA leaders answer questions about challenging practice management issues.
COVID-19 has changed just about every aspect of daily life, including the way care is delivered. Looking toward a post-COVID landscape, practice leaders will need to reevaluate processes and assess the best way forward.
A public health crisis, COVID-19 has also proven to be an economic crisis for practices and providers. For those receiving PPP relief, the path to forgiveness is coming into focus.
Following through on a pledge to address racial inequities, the Nashville Health Care Council and NashvilleHealth have embarked on a three-part conversation on health equity and action to eliminate disparities.
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