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Post-acute providers often lack budget to implement critical health IT

Almost one in five post-acute facilities have been operating at negative margins for the past five years or longer, a BlackBook survey of 1,640 providers of long-term and post-acute care revealed, and 84 percent of post-acute administrators report having no budgeted funds for technology acquisitions or improvements in 2019. Post-acute care providers are at continued… Read More »

Despite pop health buzz, few providers screen for social needs

Dive Brief: Despite the hype surrounding the importance of social determinants of health, just a quarter of hospitals and 16% of physician practices screen patients for social needs that affect health outcomes, according to a JAMA study published Wednesday. Providers that serve more economically disadvantaged patients, practices with exposure to payment reform models and academic… Read More »

Nutrition Support Certificate Program Launched for Pharmacists and Other Health Care Providers – Pharmacy Times

A Professional Certificate line. Each of these 12 certificate programs are self-guided, online education modules for health care professionals that offers at least 15 hours of continuing education. Participants must complete all of the modules in a program, a comprehensive exam, and practice-based exercises to be eligible for an ASHP professional certificate. To receive the Nutrition… Read More »