Social distancing doesn’t have to mean isolation. Thankfully, we live in the digital era and there are apps to help friends and family stay connected.
No one is immune from the coronavirus, but low-income and other marginalized groups of people face a higher risk of impact.
We’re doing our part to flatten the curve and put an end to the coronavirus. Playing our small role—staying home—can have a big impact on lessening the burden on the healthcare system.
Social determinants of health (SDoH) are the conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play – and they affect a wide range of health outcomes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
During a CTO and CIO roundtable discussion at Medecision’s Liberation conference this past year, some of the industry’s brightest technology leaders discussed how modern technology is changing the healthcare landscape. Srini Gurrapu, vice president of products and design at Claris, discussed how big tech and artificial intelligence are disrupting healthcare.
Participants from the Liberation 2019 Clinical Executive Summit share their insights from the conversation.
As the healthcare industry shifts to a value-based reimbursement model, healthcare organizations are focusing their attention not just on making patients better—but preventing them from getting sick in the first place. Gaining a better understanding of the social issues that affect a person’s health is one of the first steps in doing so.
Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference (MESC) – August 10 – 13, 2020
Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Conference – August 31 – September 3, 2020
What does Liberation mean to you? Maybe it means thinking outside the box, enhancing the healthcare experience or lowering healthcare costs.