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Opportunities In The Healthcare Industry Post-Pandemic

CEO, Atlas Surgical Group, the largest private ASC group in the U.S. Author of "Success in Ambulatory Surgery Centers: The Next Gold Rush."

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The Future Of Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management: Challenges And Opportunities

Sagar Rajgopal is the cofounder and COO of Ubiquity, a leading business process outsourcer (BPO) for highly complex industries. You may be forgiven for thinking that the healthcare industry was rolling in profits over the last two years. In reality, many healthcare facilities and providers faced the greatest threat to their survival ever during Covid-19. The pandemic severely overwhelmed hospitals and increased hospitalizations threatened to hamper the healthcare services industry. Many facilities cut salaries and laid off staff. Now, they are seeking payments from a patient base that's mentally and financially depleted.

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Generation Cure: Why Tomorrow’s Generation Will Demand More From Healthcare Companies

Joe Becker is the Chief Integration Officer at Twelvenote. In the 19th century, Edward Livingston Trudeau shared his sentiment for treating tuberculosis: “To cure sometimes, to relieve often, to comfort always.” Often mistaken for being part of the Hippocratic oath, these words often dictate the current approach to healthcare. Despite being well-intentioned, I wonder if these words are aging well.

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Coffee, network and cowork with other small business owners, freelancers and flexible workers

Join Startups Magazine for HomeWork Network, a relaxed business networking morning which gives you the opportunity to ask individuals like you for help! Read more here.

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What Healthcare Could Learn From Consumer-Driven Industries

Today’s connected consumers have grown accustomed to seamless and personalized experiences across categories—whether they’re ordering groceries through an app, streaming movies across devices or buying clothes online. Offering consumers the ability to make quick, simple and seamless decisions throughout their journey has become table stakes for consumer-driven industries. Most brands are held to this standard. They need to keep up and deliver or suffer the consequences: “Even when people love a company or product, 59% will walk away after several bad experiences, 17% after just one bad experience,” according to PwC.

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Bayer G4A Alumni Expo is still open until June 30!

Meet Bayer G4A most promising alumni companies at their virtual exhibition booths and schedule 1:1 meetings with them to explore collaborations and partnership opportunities. Register here.

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Biogen and Happify Health Collaborate to Support Multiple Sclerosis Patients on Digital Platform

Happify Health partners with biogen on #multiplesclerosis #patientengagement tool - The collaboration comes weeks after Happify announced a partnership with insurer Anthem on a women's health product. Read more here.

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Preventive Healthcare Compliance Monitoring Is A Risk Change Agent

Dentists often sing the praises of preventive care because it’s so much easier to keep your teeth healthy than spend incredible amounts of time and money cleaning up damage. The same is true for healthcare compliance monitoring efforts. With ongoing care and maintenance, hospitals and healthcare systems can greatly mitigate the risk patient privacy violations pose to their organizations and, more importantly, patients they serve.

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Join SAPiO for the Foundry New York Omnichannel #CustomerExperience Demo Day on July 12!

SAP.iO Foundry New York demo day is the graduation for participants in SAP’s external accelerator’s most recent cohort. Six startups were selected for the cohort among 100s of startups by a jury of SAP experts, partners and customers. Read more…

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Forbes Global 2000: The World’s Largest Healthcare Companies In 2022

The second year of the Covid-19 pandemic continued to be a boon to the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies that have developed vaccines and therapeutics to combat the virus. With the spread of new variants, the federal government has recommended booster shots and more widespread availability of anti-Covid drugs, as society grapples with the shift towards an endemic virus that will be around for the long haul. Health insurers saw high costs from Covid patients, but these were partially offset by higher enrollment in Obamacare and Medicare Advantage plans and other patients still deferring non-urgent and elective surgeries.

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Health Innovation for Pharma Research Webinar

You are invited to @GalenGrowth's upcoming webinar on the 28th of June about Health Innovation and Pharma Research. To sign up for the webinar, click here.

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How Healthcare Can Employ Robotics To Address Patient Immobility

Immobility in patients has always been an issue at home or at a hospital. It can be a result of a neurodegenerative disease, stroke, or even a bone fracture, making it challenging to move a person from one place to another without hitting a road bump. It will usually take a few people to lift someone off the bed, and if you repeat it several times a day and throughout the years, it will rack up to hundreds of lost clinical hours at any healthcare facility. Perhaps, robotics in healthcare can be a breakthrough technology in this sector.

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