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6 Effective Points of Budgeting for Successful Private Practices

Are you wondering about what are the most effective ways to budget that will help you eliminate the stress of not knowing where your money comes and go away in your private practice?   Running a business in healthcare can be costly due to high personal school loans for the newer providers and business loans for different implementation phases for an existing clinic.  Therefore, business owners are always looking for ways to do worthwhile budgeting. Unfortunately, when they are not budgeting plan, if it is not according to their specific situation, they would fail to have a solid profit margin.   If you are one of them, don’t stress out. Our Latest podcast covered 6 effective key points that will help you to be profitable with less debt through budgeting.   In this podcast, I interviewed Daniel Bobick, owner of Money Works Financial Coaching. Daniel helps self-employed business owners secure their future, flexibility, and freedom by gaining financial clarity, organization, and consistency.   In today’s episode, he shares crucial points of budgeting that will help you to become a smart money spender while set up higher profit margins for your private practice.  Do you want to take a hold of your money? Find out the 6 effective key points of budgeting by listening and subscribing to our episode now! Just tap on the below link to listen to the full podcast.     Subscribe 🔔 and listen 🔊to this episode now❗ To connect with [speaker’s name] find him/her links below: …   Thank you again for joining us today! We love to hear your feedback. Send me your stories or question here: We are here to support you, so let us know how we can further uplevel your success!   Practice owners, are you interested in being a guest on the show? Apply here:
July 6, 2022 by The Provider’s Edge

Be skeptical of certificate of need laws

"Certificate of need (CON) laws purport to lower health care costs, increase patient access and ensure quality by managing the distribution of private resources, but none of these gains has materialized. A joint report from two federal agencies—the Federal Trade Commission and the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department—finds no evidence that CON laws achieve any public benefit. A supermajority of studies agrees. More importantly, decades of real-world experience show that CON laws do not work as advertised. Recognizing the policy error, Congress reversed itself in 1986 and repealed CON mandates it had imposed just 12 years earlier." Jaimie Cavanaugh is an attorney. She shares her story and discusses the KevinMD article, "As cancer patients wait, states play favorites." This episode is sponsored by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM).  Chronic disease is a global emergency. If you’re interested in evidence-based lifestyle change to address the root causes of chronic disease and restore health, rather than the less effective approach of merely managing symptoms—it’s time you heard about the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM). Experience ACLM’s annual lifestyle medicine conference, #LM2022, while you earn CME/CE and connect with leading lifestyle medicine experts. Become an ACLM member before the conference and save up to 22 percent off registration. Go to to learn more. Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at
July 6, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

HITea with Grace: Joy Rios Turned a Complaint into an Opportunity

In this episode, Grace Vinton asks Joy Rios, our primary podcast host, to sit in the hot seat of the HIT Like a Girl pod. Joy opens up about how she got started in health IT back in 2010 and what motivated her to shine the spotlight on women who work in the industry in 2018. Spoiler alert: she turned a complaint about women not getting enough industry credit into an opportunity to create a supportive community. Grace and Joy share some HITLAG highlights and tease some exciting things to come.
July 6, 2022 by HIT Like a Girl

#156: How Communication is The Care You Give Yourself and Others with Jennifer George

In this podcast, we talk with our special guest Jennifer George how communication is a care methodology and how it can be used to combat burnout. Jennifer George is an award-winning author, speaker, podcaster, and compassion-focused Physiotherapist with vast experience in the private and public sectors of care. At the onset of her career, she became a caregiver to her chronically ill father. Her personal experiences helped shape her professional practice and led to writing her award-winning book, Communication is Care: 9 Empowering Strategies to Guide Patient Healing (2019). Jennifer shares her journey into Physiotherapy and the importance of positive communication in our healthcare system. We also talk about how healthcare providers can apply her different strategies to establish better communication skills for the healing of their patients. For full show notes and links, visit: If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU! This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you. Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:

#6 – Bringing back walking to paraplegics – Jocelyne Bloch – .NeuroRestore

Bringing back mobility to those who lost it. This is the challenge that Jocelyne Bloch, neurosurgeon at the CHUV, together with the neuroscientist Grégoire Courtine from EPFL and their teams at .NeuroRestore and Onward set out to address. A decade after demonstrating that the technology developed by Prof. Courtine’s lab was able to bring back lower limb mobility to paraplegic rats, it has now been applied to humans in a research context through their joint work with phenomenal outcomes: most paraplegic patients implanted with the stimulation system they have developed were able to retrieve significant mobility of their lower limbs, enabling them to stand, walk and even climb stairs! Based on an electrode array coupled to a pulse generator (both fully implantable) remotely controlled, the system delivers selective stimulation of the spinal cord at the locations where the lower limb muscles are activated, in a sequence that replicates the mobility patterns that abled people demonstrate. Images of patients having experienced this technology, moving out of their wheelchair to stand and walk, have been seen throughout the world, and the hope that it brings for those concerned is immense, considering also the other applications that it could open for the rehabilitation of the upper limbs or for blood pressure regulation. In the latest episode from Impulse, we had the chance to sit down with Jocelyne and exchange with her on the infancy of this therapy, where she takes us through its working principle, the challenges that come along with bringing such a technology from the lab to the market, as well as on the life-changing benefits it may hold for patients in the future. With great humility, she also talks about how she manages to combine her clinical practice as a functional neurosurgeon, to leading a research group composed of over 80 collaborators, all of that while raising two children and with a husband at home! Timeline: 05:20 - Jocelyne’s background and what led her to functional neurosurgery 08:18 - Approach taken to enable paraplegic rats to walk again and moving towards human applications 14:55 - The first human implantation 17:20 - Towards autonomous mobility renewal 18:25 - The STIMO study focusing on mobility and upcoming trials 21:03 - Managing expectations of patients 23:20 - Making a viable therapy with a reasonable rehabilitation training phase 26:17 - Leveraging potential synergies with exoskeletons 27:23 - Current technological constraints 28:34 - Origins and purpose of .NeuroRestore, and the close collaboration with Onward 33:03 - Towards upper limbs and hands rehabilitation therapies 34:10 - Retrieving sensory feedback thanks to the current therapy 35:23 - Adding brain-computer interaction layers to the current therapy 37:56 - Staying on top of things when working as a neurosurgeon, leading a clinical research center, and a family life 39:41 - Evolving as a woman in the field of neurosurgery What we also talked about with Jocelyne: Grégoire Courtine Patrick Aebischer Jean-Guy Villemure Bogdan Draganski Baroreflex Neuroprosthetics Neuroplasticity EEG ECoG CHUV UNIL EPFL Medtronic Elon Musk We cited with Jocelyne some of the past episodes from the series: #3 – Augmenting the lives of paraplegics with exoskeletons – Tristan Vouga – Twiice #5 – Transforming diagnostics through spatial biology – Déborah Heintze – Lunaphore If you want to know more about .NeuroRestore, we invite you to consult their website. We also invite you to follow their activities on LinkedIn. If you are interested in learning more about the startup Onward, we invite you to check out their website as well as their LinkedIn page. You can contact Jocelyne by email: If you want to give me feedback on the episode, ask questions or suggest potential guests, feel free to do so through LinkedIn or by email:

[EXTRACT] – Jocelyne Bloch on decoding brain signals to enable mind-controlled stimulation of the spinal cord

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From the Archives: Practical Tips and Wisdom From the Gates Foundation

One year ago, we chatted with Annie Ye, the Program Manager of Digital Health Innovation at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation during a StartUp Health Fireside Chat in front of an audience of Health Transformers from the StartUp Health portfolio. Ye has experience in technology and analytics strategy and joined the Foundation at the outset of the pandemic to refine and connect a number of technological initiatives and strategy teams. In this episode Ye discusses foundation priorities and best practices for startups seeking to partner on health projects.   Passionate about Type 1 diabetes? If you’re an entrepreneur or investor, contact us to learn how you can join our T1D Moonshot. Entrepreneurs: How to get investment from StartUp Health Investors: How to invest in StartUp Health Moonshots Want more content like this? You can subscribe to the podcast as well as other health innovation updates at Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox.
July 5, 2022 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

Nurse Home Visits and Birth Outcomes, Cardiopulmonary Bypass in Children Undergoing Heart Surgery, Peanut Allergy After Early Introduction of Peanut in Infants, and more

Editor’s Summary by Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the July 5, 2022 issue.
July 5, 2022 by JAMA Editor’s Summary

Cervical Cancer Screening

Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. (@ChutkaMD) Guest: Kathy L. MacLaughlin, M.D. Worldwide, cervical cancer is a very common malignancy for women, although the number of new cases in the U.S. has been declining. The overwhelming majority of cases are caused by infection with the human papilloma virus and due to a combination of HPV immunization and early detection with cervical cancer screening, advanced cervical cancer should be preventable. If it does occur, cervical cancer is one of the more treatable malignancies when detected early. If you perform cervical cancer screening for your patients, you know the guidelines have become a bit more complicated than in the past. To help us sort out who is a candidate for cervical cancer screening, when screening should start, how often it should be performed and when it can stop, we have as our guest for this podcast, Kathy L. MacLaughlin, M.D., a family physician in the Department of Family Medicine at the Mayo Clinic. Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at or on Twitter @MayoMedEd
July 5, 2022 by Mayo Clinic Talks

Solving Healthcare Culture Challenges Through the Power of Gratitude, with Scott Colby, Say It with Gratitude

In this week’s episode, I am joined by Scott Colby, owner of Say It with Gratitude. Scott has embarked on a path as an entrepreneur and speaker after leaving a career at a hospital, during which he never felt appreciated, and never knew his worth. After an eye-opening experience in Guatemala, during which Scott witnessed firsthand the power of gratitude even in poor living conditions, he launched Say It With Gratitude, which helps companies increase happiness in the workplace by having gratitude as a core value.  In addition to delivering his message of gratitude around the world, Scott promotes the power of thank you notes, leads gratitude adventures in the wilderness, and developed The Grateful Deck, a card game consisting of questions that spark meaningful conversations. In this episode, Scott and I discuss his eye-opening experience 8 years ago, which led him down the path of gratitude; how almost 80% of people leaving organizations are doing so because they feel underappreciated; the unique language of appreciation, and much more.    Tune in to this week’s episode to learn: How you can begin implementing gratitude into your everyday life The relationship between gratitude and mental illness or burnout Where organizations can begin to start changing their culture with gratitude  The differences between gratitude, appreciation & recognition, and the roles they play Why there are so many workplace staffing challenges in healthcare right now   Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation!   Resources Hug It Forward:  Flip the Gratitude Switch:  The Grateful Entrepreneur:    Connect with Scott: Say It With Gratitude: Gratitude Hikes: Facebook: @scottcolby Instagram: @scottcolby      Connect with Jennifer George: @bestobsessed_with_jenn | Instagram Jennifer George | Website @jenngeorge08) | Twitter Jennifer George | Facebook Click here to check out my book about connecting and communicating with patients to empower their experiences! Stay up to date on everything happening with the Healthcare Provider Happy Hour by subscribing to my weekly newsletter at 

Open-angle glaucoma: To screen or not to screen?

"My take on the Task Force statement is that clinical judgment should rule as to whether or not screening is indicated for glaucoma. Family history, race, diabetes, and other risk factors should be considered for such screening, especially in the face of potential asymptomatic damage. How often have doctors said, 'If you had only come in sooner …' To the Task Force, I pose the following question: If your mother, father, brother, sister, or child had known risk factors for glaucoma, wouldn’t you want your loved one evaluated before signs and symptoms develop?" Paul Pender is an ophthalmologist and can be reached at his self-titled site, Dr. Paul Pender. He is the author of Rebuilding Trust in Healthcare: A Doctor’s Prescription for a Post-Pandemic America. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Open-angle glaucoma: To screen or not to screen?" This episode is sponsored by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM).  Chronic disease is a global emergency. If you’re interested in evidence-based lifestyle change to address the root causes of chronic disease and restore health, rather than the less effective approach of merely managing symptoms—it’s time you heard about the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM). Experience ACLM’s annual lifestyle medicine conference, #LM2022, while you earn CME/CE and connect with leading lifestyle medicine experts. Become an ACLM member before the conference and save up to 22 percent off registration. Go to to learn more. Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at
July 5, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Healthcare's MissingLogic: Creating Work Life Balance When You Didn’t Trust It Was Possible with Kathy de Figueiredo

In this episode, we talk with our special guest Kathy de Figueiredo about her transformational journey through our coaching programs for healthcare leaders and the impact that has had on her as a leader. Kathy de Figueiredo is a Regional Director of Quality Improvement at Baylor Scott and White Health in College Station, Texas. Kathy has held various roles in over 30 years of healthcare experience, and she’s currently responsible for quality improvement, infection prevention, clinical compliance, patient safety, and patient experience. Kathy shares her biggest challenges in creating a balance between her personal and professional life and how she recognized some of her limiting beliefs after joining the Bootcamp. We also talk about her personalized blueprint from our coaching programs and how she uses it to balance her personal and professional life. For full show notes and links, visit: If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Registration for the Leadership Survival Bootcamp closes tonight at 12 midnight EST. Click Here NOW to enroll! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: -| The Nurse Podcast Channel is made possible with support from IHI. Learn more about how IHI is transforming health care education at -| This episode originally aired on January 26, 2022 on Healthcare's MissingLogic Podcast. Listen, follow and subscribe here.

#10 Involvement in Research During Medical Training

Research is critical to improving patient care and understanding musculoskeletal conditions. It is also an important component of professional development for orthopaedic surgeons looking to contribute to the field and advance their careers in an increasingly competitive environment. In this episode, a research fellow and recently graduated medical student discuss aspects of research during medical training including finding mentors, being successful with projects and limited time, as well as applying the experience and knowledge learned to patient care. AAOS Research Roadmap: Contact for the AAOS Resident Assembly: Guest 1: Fares Ani, MD, Research Fellow, NYU Langone Health Guest 2: Luis Salazar, MD, PGY-1, Rush University Medical Center Host: Daniel Cognetti, MD, Vice Chair, AAOS Resident Assembly
July 5, 2022 by AAOS Career Podcast

Uterine Fibroids and the Need for Better Standard of Care | Dr Juan Carlos Arjona Ferreira & Dr Kalahn Taylor-Clark

Dr. Juan Camilo Arjona Ferreira & Dr. Kalahn Taylor-Clark of Myovant Sciences discuss the current standard of care for uterine fibroids. According to the Baird et al paper, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, by age 50, 80% of black women and 70% of white women will have uterine fibroids. While not every woman will be symptomatic, those who are will commonly experience heavy menstrual bleeding, which is often normalized and may result in delayed diagnosis.  **Thank you to Myovant Sciences for sponsoring this episode.** This podcast episode is intended to raise awareness and instill a sense of urgency, challenging the status quo in uterine healthcare, serving as a reminder that women can and need to advocate for themselves and their family members. We cover the following: Heavy menstrual bleeding & when it may be a sign of uterine fibroids Uterine fibroids symptoms & prevalence How uterine fibroids are diagnosed & how our healthcare systems’ implicit bias might play a role in delayed diagnosis Uterine fibroid treatment options & how to know which is right for you Impact of uterine fibroids on women of color, specifically Ways to minimize uterine fibroids’ impact on those suffering, their loved ones, and overall society “Patients with fibroids already live with a significant burden to manage their symptoms. The added financial impact increases the mental effects uterine fibroids can have on a patient. There are consequences over time on their health, self esteem, and careers. It’s a substantial impact.” - Dr. Juan Camilo Arjona Ferreira “The normalization of women's heavy periods and pain have left many people without the tools to understand when their periods are abnormal. When to seek treatment and how to get a diagnosis can be confusing, and frankly difficult to navigate” - Dr. Kalahn Taylor-Clark Resources: Menstrual Health Spotify Podcast Playlist Uterine Fibroids with Dr. Jessica Opoku-Anane Episode The White Dress Project & The Fibroid Foundation Uterine Fibroids Toolkit: A Patient Empowered Guide by the Society for Women's Health Research If you liked this episode leave a review:  iTunes or Spotify.  Tell 2-3 of your friends!   **The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for information purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor. Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. Additionally, the views expressed by this episode’s guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent, nor does it constitute an endorsement by Myovant Sciences of this episode. About Dr. Juan Camilo Arjona Ferreira He is the Chief Medical Officer at Myovant Sciences, a healthcare company aspiring to redefine care for women and men through purpose-driven science, empowering medicines, and transformative advocacy. He leads clinical development, including Myovant’s clinical programs in prostate cancer, uterine fibroids, and endometriosis. Prior to Myovant, he was the SVP of Clinical Development at Shionogi and spent over a decade at Merck & Co. where he was Executive Director of Clinical Research in Women’s Health. Dr. Arjona Ferreira earned his MD and completed his postgraduate specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Colegio Mayor del Rosario in Bogota, Colombia. About Dr. Kalahn Taylor-Clark, PhD, MPH She is Vice President & Head of Strategic Partnerships & Innovation at Myovant Sciences. Dr. Taylor-Clark oversees patient centered advocacy and digital innovation. Her team is responsible for driving transformative advocacy in the areas of women’s health and prostate cancer, addressing health equity, and advancing digital innovation strategies to improve patient experiences and outcomes. She holds a BA in International Relations from Tufts University, an MPH from Tufts School of Medicine, and a PhD in Health Policy from Harvard University.
July 5, 2022 by Fempower Health

Share Your Story: Paul Stavros

Paul Stavros is a multi-time cancer survivor. He was diagnosed with cancer for the first time at the age of 14. Thirty-five years later, he was again diagnosed. Today, Paul is using his experience as a patient to help people learn how to stay meaningfully engaged and helpful to someone with cancer. 01:57: I wanted to see my new muscles and there was a substantial lump under my left arm.  04:01: I feel like I missed a big part of my childhood.  06:20: What was your brother's reaction? 08:46: I had radiation as a child, and I had chemotherapy as an adult.  10:18: How long were you out of school? 14:12: There was a whole group of kids that would run with me around the playground.  16:50: I spent a lot of years trying to pretend like it never happened. 18:43: What symptoms did you have?  20:14: Doctors only call when it's bad.  22:39: Was there any discussion of clinical trials? 24:57: His suggestion was to never have surgery again.  26:47: What is one thing you wish you had known at the beginning of each cancer journey? 30:50: I lost both my parents to cancer.  31:31: What was your worst moment? 32:56: I opened the closet door, and my wife was curled up on the floor sobbing.  35:15: I always thought I would get cancer again.  36:10: What was your best moment? 38:37: If you could only do one thing to improve health care in the U.S., what would it be and why? 40:58: I am grateful for my wife because she's a bulldog. 41:48: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions45:37: Aside from Cancer U, what is one resource you would recommend for cancer patients and caregivers?  Resources
July 5, 2022 by Cancer U Thrivers Podcast

Roe v Wade reversal; Gun Violence; Black residents dismissed #294

In this Docs Outside the Box episode, Nii and Renée take on two hot-button topics - abortion and gun violence. In the wake of the overturning of Roe v Wade and Uvalde, they explore the consequences for women who are denied abortions and the impact of gun violence on children and teens in our country. They also tackle the lesser known and understood issue of the disproportionate number of black residents that are dismissed from their medical programs and whether it is an admission or systemic problem. Nii and Renée unpack the studies that look at these issues.Things to expect in this episode:Nii and Renée’s professional and personal experience and outlook on the overturning of Roe v WadeA discussion of the Turnaway Study that followed 1000 women, over a decade, who sought an abortion in 21 statesThe professional implications of the overturning of Roe v Wade for doctors to medically treat pregnant womenThe impact and effects of gun violence on the lives of children and teens, a look at the studies and policyIs the disproportionate number of Black residents dismissed from their programs an admissions or systemic problem?STAT ARTICLE: SUGGESTED READING:The Turnaway Study: Ten Years, a Thousand Women, and the Consequences of Having - or Being Denied - an Abortion The Safety and Quality of Abortion Care in the United States - The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, MedicineGuns do more than kill A gun policy game-changerWE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!!! TELL US WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR ON FUTURE EPISODES!!!!FILL OUT THE DOCS OUTSIDE THE BOX PODCAST SURVEY (in partnership w INCROWD)WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE!Join our communityText word PODCAST to 833-230-2860Twitter: @drniidarkoInstagram: @drniidarkoEmail: team@drniidarko.comPodcasting Course: www.docswhopodcast.comMerch: https://docs-outside-the-box.creator-spring.comThis episode is edited by: Your Podcast Pal
July 5, 2022 by Docs Outside The Box

Life Image: Children with Rare Disease

Today on the show, I welcome Karen Haberberg, a New York-based photographer and the other of several books, one of which is called An Ordinary Day: Kids with Rare Genetic Conditions. Karen's father was himself a photographer who taught her how to shoot when she was in middle school. Like father, like daughter, she was quickly drawn to the art of storytelling through the camera lens and found her voice in capturing the humanity within children of rare disease. Our conversation took us in many directions, not the least of which included the careful craftsmanship and interpersonal disciple it requires to embrace these children as if they were her own to represent humanity and dignity rather than pity. Karen's images have been showcased in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Huffington Post, Good Morning America, New York 1, and others. Lastly, as fellow Gen-X'ers, we channel the love/hate relationship we had with Fotomat back in the 1990s and the over/under of running out of flashcubes in the middle of a night shoot. For more information about Karen, visit Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Add Chronic Care Management (CCM) and Principal Care Management (PCM) To Your Practice

 In 2015, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) introduced Chronic Care Management (known as CCM) with the intent of improving the care of patients with chronic conditions. CCM offers physicians an opportunity to be compensated for the work that they were doing between office visits including but of course, not limited to calls, education, coordination, and pre-authorizations. In 2020, CMS rolled out Principal Care Management (PCM). What is Chronic Care Management?CMS defines CCM as care coordination services done outside of the regular office visit for patients with two or more chronic conditions that are expected to last at least 12 months or until the death of the patient. In addition, these conditions need to place the patient at significant risk of death, acute exacerbation/decompensation, or functional decline.You can bill for CCM when a physician or qualified health care professional directs your staff to spend at least 20 minutes of non-face-to-face clinical time treating the patient per calendar month. CMS distinguishes between complex and non-complex care. The key differences between them are the:Amount of clinical staff service time providedThe Involvement and work of the billing practitionerAnd The extent of care planning performedWondering how much you can increase your revenue by?Currently CMS reimburses $42.00 for providing a minimum of 20 minutes of CCM per patient per month. Provide 60 minutes of CCM per patient per month and your practice will get $117.60. Let’s say you have a practice with100 CCM patients you could earn an additional $4,200-$11,760 per month for work you are likely doing anyway.What is Principal Care Management (PCM)?PCM is similar to CCM because both services are intended for patients requiring ongoing clinical monitoring and care coordination. One of the key differences, however, is that PCM only requires patients to have one complex chronic condition. There are 6 criteria for PCM:The condition is expected to last at least three months.The condition places the patient at significant risk of hospitalization, acute exacerbation/decompensation, functional decline, or death.The condition requires the development, monitoring, or revision of a disease-specific care plan.The condition requires frequent adjustments in medication regimens, and/or the management of this condition is unusually complex due to the patient’s comorbidities.The condition requires ongoing communication and care coordination between the relevant providers who are involved in the patient’s care.The condition requires at least 30 minutes of PCM services per calendar month.To incorporate CCM and/or PCM into your practice, you will need to develop processes for implementation, tracking and billing. Tracking time and then using the appropriate codes is probably the most difficult part. You have to document the name of the staff member, the time spent, what they did specifically and their credentials. If you'd like to hear more tips on how to start, run and grow your practice and related medical businesses, please sign up for my newsletter at   Be sure to join my FB group, The Private Medical Practice Academy.Enroll in my course,  How To Start Your Own Practice and get the step-by-step process for opening your doors.Or join The Private Medical Practice Academy Membership for live group coaching, expert guest speakers and every

Wound Care and Entrepreneurship with Donna Nair

Although most people consider wounds to be a negative thing, they are actually a necessary part of the healing process. By providing good wound care, you can speed up the healing process and minimize the chances of infection or other complications.  In this episode of High Performance Nursing, I had a lesson-filled conversation with Donna Nair. Donna is an advanced practice nurse with 20 years of wound care experience and has completed accredited lymphedema training as well.  In our conversation, we take a look at the different types of wounds, how to properly care for them, and some of the common complications that can occur. We also discuss when it might be time to seek professional help and some of the innovative treatments that are available today.  So whether you’re a nurse who wants to brush up on your wound care knowledge or someone who is caring for a loved one with a wound, this episode is for you. Listen now to learn more about wound care! WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE: Who is Donna Nair? (00:45) Donna’s nursing journey (01:50) How to improve your wound care skills (08:09) Nursing fundamentals to focus on (13:15) Teaching patients about self-care (17:45)  How to care for a wound properly? (22:49) What is Lymphedema? (27:57) Reducing pressure injuries and maintaining skin integrity (31:08) How are data collected used in the healthcare industry? (33:41) Weight Neutral Care (36:32) Donna’s greatest lessons (45:12) CONNECT WITH DONNA NAIR Connect with Donna on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.  Visit her website here. CONNECT WITH LIAM CASWELL COACHING  Follow @highperformancenursing on Instagram for the latest career and leadership coaching from Liam.  Click here to Join my private Facebook Community "High-Performance Nursing - How to build your healthcare career" where I share all the career tips and strategies to thrive within your career. All new joins receive my Career freebies that have helped hundreds of nurses succeed in their careers! (You must answer all questions to be admitted). Subscribe and listen to the High Performance Nursing Podcast available on all major podcast platforms! I would love if you could leave a review!
July 4, 2022 by High Performance Nursing

257 – Proteomics leads the way for cancer treatment decision making. Dr Steve Williams, Children’s Medical Research Institute

In this episode you will learn about the work that the Children’s Medical Research Institute is doing to bring a new treatment modality into the healthcare space for diseases like cancer. Also, what do you know about proteomics? Prepare to learn lots more as Pete and Steve take a deep dive into what it is and how it works, plus its potential contribution to healthcare and much more.
July 4, 2022 by Talking HealthTech

S2 007: Mohamed Taha. Revolutionising male fertility at Mojo. 🔬🤖💦

With a deep technical background including a PhD in nanotechnology, Mohamed Taha ended up in the healthtech world after a health issue led him to have a sperm count done. He realised that sperm analysis was non-automated and non-standardised. A true entrepreneur, Mo became obsessed with the idea of making sperm analysis more accurate using AI. He flew to meet the world’s most famous sperm researcher at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and spent a month convincing him to advise Mojo on how to measure sperm using AI. Today Mojo have built a computer vision system within a smart microscope which uses AI to accurately analyse sperm. Their test takes 4 mins to complete. Mojo offer a direct-to-consumer package which allows men to do a sperm sample at home and have it tested accurately, with results sent to them with post-analysis medical support available to them. Mo touches on the areas of friction within the patient journey and how Mojo plans to ease these pain points. From standardisation and automation to personalisation and building a data repository on sperm analysis, Mojo has a very ambitious roadmap working across the whole value chain of fertility. They want to make fertility care efficient, affordable, reliable and accessible. Unlocking the secrets of the sperm and its acrosomes could help with future gene therapies and finding root causes for those having multiple miscarriages and one day we might use sperm as a biomarker. As someone who has been working in this space since 2017, Mo knows the male fertility journey and the fertility clinics’ workflow inside out. The fertility tech space is traditionally building solutions from the female (femtech) perspective. Mo touches on male mental health, I don’t think I have had quite as much fun recording a podcast as this one and I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. Scientific abbreviations and definitions used in this podcast: IVF = in vitro fertilisation,  ICSI = Intracytsoplasmic sperm injection, Acrosome = special part of the sperm contained within the head of the sperm.
July 4, 2022 by The Healthtech VC

Episode 118: Dr Ralph Hruban – A Scientific Revolution: Ten Men And Women Who Reinvented American Medicine

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ralph Hruban What we discuss with Dr Ralph Hruban : The original idea for his new book, A Scientific Revolution: Ten Men And Women Who Reinvented American Medicine,  and why he chose to write it at this time How the book grew from his Hopkins at Home lecture series Why he chose to include those with a connection to Johns Hopkins The writing process, and some new things he learned while researching the book Why it was important to show how some of the people in the book faced racism and sexism Why it was important to highlight not only accomplishments, but flaws as well How the stories of the fight against Yellow Fever and the 1918 Influenza Pandemic have parallels to the fight against COVID-19 How his perspective of history changed as a result of writing this book His thoughts on what may be his next project Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning Doctors on Social Media The ConfLab from LabVine Dress A Med scrubs   A Scientific Revolution on Amazon The Great Influenza on Amazon Peabody Library Lessons For Today From Nine Greats Lecture Series   People of Pathology Podcast: Website Twitter
July 4, 2022 by People of Pathology Podcast

376: Summer Showcase – Right Brain Rounds with Corinna Muller, DO

Welcome to the Doctor Me First Summer Showcase where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to episodes provided to us by other doctor podcasters.  This episode is titled Catalyzing Change and Innovation in Healthcare with Professional Coaching! Francine Gaillour MD, MBA, FACPE, PCC, PMP. Dr. Gaillour speaks about her transition from working as an Internal Medicine specialist to becoming a Professional Certified Coach and FOUNDER of the Physician Coaching Institute. Listen as she describes the three dimensions of physician fulfillment and discusses her advice to physicians seeking coaching services. Links and Resources Francine Gaillour MD, MBA, FACPE, PCC, PMP Executive Coach for Physicians, Healthcare Transformation Strategist Founder of the Physician Coaching Institute 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book,Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Sit with me in my Slack Channel.
July 4, 2022 by Doctor Me First Podcast
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