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Ameritas Keeps Pace with Constantly Changing Marketplace

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Hospitals and physicians aren’t the only ones that have spent the past few years adjusting to the Affordable Care Act. Payers have also had to change up their systems and business models to accommodate new rules and a new generation of consumers. Ameritas, which is headquartered in Lincoln, Neb., has adjusted to the reform marketplace […]

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Tuba City Regional Explores Ways to Expand Access within Navajo Nation

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With unique challenges to funding and its patient population, Tuba City Regional Health Care is committed to serving the residents of the Navajo and Hopi reservations in and around Tuba City, Ariz. Tuba City Regional Health Care is a 638 self-determination organization, which means it receives some funding from the Indian Health Services, but it […]

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Cheyenne Regional Leads State with Wyoming Institute of Population Health

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Dr. Phyllis Sherard, Chief Strategy Officer and Vice President of Population Health; Greg O’Barr, Director, Business Development and Analysis; and Dr. Judit Olah, Director, Analytics for Population Health Division, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is the largest hospital in the state of Wyoming. With 222 beds, it was honored by CMS with […]

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Legacy Pharmaceutical Reduces Distribution Costs

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Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging, which is headquartered in St. Louis, Miss., is not your typical contract packager, Dave Spence, chief executive officer, will tell you. The company has figured out a way to eliminate several steps from the pharmaceutical distribution model. Here’s how it works: The pharmaceutical manufacturer sends its products to Legacy in bulk, and […]

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LeadingAge is Working to Improve the Healthcare of the Nation’s Seniors

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Larry Minnix Jr., president and chief executive officer of LeadingAge in Washington D.C., analyzes the many political and social healthcare challenges that seniors throughout the United States are facing.  

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Adeptia’s Solutions are Transforming Healthcare IT

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Deepak Singh, president and chief technology officer (left), and Raman Singh, director of sales engineering (right), for Chicago-based Adeptia, offer several examples of how healthcare organizations around the country have improved their IT infrastructures by using the company’s solutions.

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PVI Advocates for the Patient, Insisting Their Voice be Heard

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Pat Mastors and Diane Stollenwerk, co-founders of the Patient Voice Institute, talk about the importance of advocating for patients and having their voices heard by those who are implementing far-reaching changes within the nation’s healthcare industry.  

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Empire Health Experiences Rapid Results from Two Initiatives

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Antony Chiang, president of Empire Health Foundation in Spokane, Wash., describes the rapid results his organization has seen from two initiatives: Dental Emergencies Needing Treatment (DENT) and the In-Person Assistance Network.  

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DIG Navigates Regulatory Standards Worldwide

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Dr. John A. Bennett, founder of Devon International Group (DIG) with U.S. headquarters in King of Prussia, Penn., describes the challenges of navigating healthcare regulations around the globe.  

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