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Date: July 10, 2017.   Published by: PWeR Team
The GOP Healthcare Bill - The U.S. Senate Version (Part 3)We ended our last blog with the following message:“Healthcare can be fixed without higher costs by putting patient care first, taking advantage of the technology that is available to coordinate better care, improving patient control and access to their medical and financial information, and finally a relentless drive for a fully transpa
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The GOP Healthcare Bill - The U.S. Senate Version (Part 2)Why can’t we fix U.S. Healthcare? The biggest problem with the healthcare bill submitted by...

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It is nearly impossible to turn on the television, read any website, or listen to talk radio in America and not be overwhelmed by the discussion on...

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One of the things that continues to shock us in healthcare are the costs to administer the back-office, or the cost to generate, send, process, pay...

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Recently, Quest Diagnostics (a laboratory services company) and Inovalon (a cloud-based storage company) sponsored a survey of 302 primary care...

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We began this series discussing how the second wave of Baby Boomers or the “trailing edge,” will likely change healthcare materially and permanently....

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Over the next 10 years, we will see more profound transformations in healthcare than the last 30 years. As we will discuss in our new series of...

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (May 30, 2017) Quantum Innovations, Inc., (“QI”) is pleased to announce that it has been accepted in to the Palm Beach County...

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For the last six years, the rush to install electronic healthcare records (EHR) in the entire United States healthcare industry, has been driven...

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Two weeks ago, the United States House of Representatives passed the long anticipated Republican healthcare bill. It passed with only the...

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As we have reported in Parts 1, 2 and 3 of this series, we are looking at the future of Electronic Health Records (EHRs). A recent position paper...

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