To celebrate National Nurses Week, May 6-12, we examine how today’s nurses leverage their skills to play an even broader role, coordinating care delivered by their own team and across a patient’s other providers.
We feature Inspired Health Group in Orchard Park, NY, to learn more about how it has improved its population health and ways it has grown since becoming a CPC+ practice.
As care providers, we must remember that many conditions have proven to be more prevalent and severe to people of certain heritages, which is why HHS’ Office of Minority Health (OMH) was formed, and why it marks April as National Minority Health Month.
Especially this year with the physical, financial and emotional impact of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it’s a particularly apt time to consider the effects of stress on our well-being, and some steps to manage it as effectively as possible.
This blog is the fifth in a five-part series that will help you review your current CPC+ implementation. Now that we’re 2 to 3 years into the program, you can review what has and hasn’t been working for your practice with the help of these guides.
Though some patients are less than diligent in taking their medications, many more are right on top of things. They take their meds on time and refill their prescriptions before they run out. But even if people are eating right, they may not take into consideration what impact even the best diet — let alone the worst — can have on their medications’ effectiveness.