Medicus IT Knowledge Base
As ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) are emerging from the health crisis, they are working to determine the safest and most effective approach to delivering elective procedures while remaining mindful of looming challenges, such as surging COVID-19 cases and the potential for a second wave.
As businesses reopen across the country many are re-evaluating the services they currently utilize. Cutting many of them while investing more in others that have helped their business survive through the last few months.
Cybersecurity remains a hot topic in healthcare, learn how to create a culture of security within your organization. Medicus IT and Surgical Information Systems has partnered up to help you learn how cybersecurity starts with the leadership within your organization and simple, yet effective, ways to involve all departments in your organization’s culture of security.
While the summer is usually a time to rest and recharge, practice executives should use this time to consider how a second wave might affect their practice’s cash flow, financial obligations, staffing plans, and operational continuity. Developing a contingency plan today for a potential second slowdown or closure will help ensure your practice survives and even thrives.
Many VBC participants are asking the government to “pause” downside risk. Will CMS and private payers take a surgical approach to solving the COVID risk puzzle, or will value-based care suffer a major if not irreparable setback?
Now that the worst of the health crisis is hopefully behind us, practices are working to resume and ramp up services. But planning a return to a busy in-person patient schedule once the pandemic surge has passed in your community is uncharted territory.
COVID-19 has brought fear and uncertainty into our communities and left many medical practices questioning what they should expect in the months ahead.
As states continue working toward how and when to safely relax coronavirus-related restrictions, medical groups, ambulatory surgery centers, and other providers that have ceased or greatly reduced their operations during the coronavirus pandemic are preparing to resume or expand them.
Federal and private payers are encouraging providers to use telehealth and remote technologies for the provision of services to beneficiaries. Learn more by watching our webinar.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth offers medical practices the ability to continue caring for their patients, both those with and those without COVID-19.