The 2017 NCQA Quality Talks provided attendees with a glimpse into how technology and other innovations are continuing to push quality in healthcare forward. While pushing at these boundaries, the talks also provided the very timely reminder that patient care should always be focused on the most important measure of quality: the patient.
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We tend to think of how disasters effect people and practices, but industry takes a big hit too. Susanne takes a look at the impacts on big business and politics.
Social Media expert Noreen offers guidance on how best to use social media platforms during a disaster to communicate with patients, staff & family.
Do you know how to get through a disaster? Tiffany shares tips on how to plan – and how to survive – any disaster that comes your way.
Coding expert Jenna Mirchin takes us through some primary care CPT code updates for 2018.
Lighthouse Pediatrics set up a Swap Shop for its patients and local community, whereby folks can leave or take clothes and supplies as they need them. We spoke with Dr. Dudley to learn more.
Tiffany Lauria walks us through disaster planning and employee policies, and provides some resources to get you started on your plan.
Susanne spoke with Dr.s Sugol and Silen Pahlavan of ABC Pediatric Clinic in Houston, Texas, to learn about how they handled Hurricane Harvey and what they learned from the experience.
Are you ready for the next big storm? Preparation is the key to surviving and recovering from disasters that may hit your practice. Heidi tells us how.
Think you’ve got it covered? Maybe not. David Magbee examines the processes behind EMR back ups and explores options for making your EMR disaster-proof.