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Breadcrumb Trail Links Letters ‘Saskatchewan’s emergency departments are overwhelmed by sick patients … and understaffed by health care professionals.’ Saskatchewan Union of Nurses president Tracy Zambory says it’s possible to tackle the system’s current issues with a united effort, and is calling on the provincial government to form a nursingContinue Reading

Top Home Care Trends For 2023

While the home health sector deals with rate cuts, the home care industry is fighting its own monetary battle: the rising cost of services. That’s just one dynamic that could change the way home care agencies do business in the new year. At the same time, providers are also investingContinue Reading

CyncHealth Continues to Lead Innovation and Eliminate Barriers for Social Care Access in Nebraska

OMAHA, Neb.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–For over three years, CyncHealth — the state-wide designated health information exchange (HIE) for Nebraska — and its partner United Way of the Midland, have worked with dozens of healthcare and community-based organizations to build a social determinants of health ecosystem. This network of care, which CyncHealth hasContinue Reading

Determining Bankers' Green Banking Usage Behavior

Correspondence: Mohammed Ageel, College of Medicine, Jazan University, Jazan, Saudi Arabia, Tel +966505769570, Email [email protected] Background: Nurses play a major role in the delivery of complex and challenging critical care in intensive care units (ICUs). Assessment of work environment is essential indicators of hospital management and can be applied toContinue Reading

Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Health and well-being require far more than medical care. Research shows that personal behaviors, physical environments and socioeconomic factors—commonly referred to as social drivers of health (SDOH)—are responsible for 80 percent of health outcomes.1 Individuals enrolled in Medicaid experience disproportionate rates of complex health and social needs. With this inContinue Reading

Home Hospice a ‘Distinguisher’ for Health Systems Adapt to Changing Environment by Expanding Hospice, Home-Based Care

Home-based care, including hospice, is an increasingly attractive space for health systems and hospitals — a trend that accelerated during the pandemic. Health systems are bringing care to the home by a number of routes. Some have launched their own completely new programs or re-organized an existing suite of services,Continue Reading