Healthcare Industry

Healthcare as we know it is changing. From hospital management firms to health maintenance organizations, the economic system used to treat patients is transforming, and continued education is more important than ever for those involved.  

Healthcare Forums

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Latest News from our Healthcare Blog

Healthcare Forums Spotlight: Laurie Beyer

The Q1 Productions Healthcare Forums provide participants the chance to engage with peers and industry experts through intimate group discussions and networking opportunities.

Healthcare Forums Spotlight: Philip Boyce

Philip Boyce, Senior Vice President & Chief Revenue Officer at Baptist Health, will be presenting at Q1’s Semi-Annual Healthcare Financial Forum & Revenue Cycle Management Forum in Houston this June.

Healthcare Forums Spotlight: Heather Brandon

Heather Brandon from OhioHealth is one of many experts who participated in Q1’s Semi-Annual Healthcare Financial Forum in Chicago last month. Learn about her background, current role and upcoming initiatives below.

Importance of Patient Centric Communication

In the healthcare industry, everything revolves around the patient. Hospitals are designed with patient care in mind. Medical professionals are focused on giving their patients the best treatment. Medical communication shouldn’t be any different.

How the AHCA Could Impact Patient Groups

Earlier this week, more than a dozen patient advocacy groups called for transparency in the Senate following closed-door negotiations over the American Health Care Act. The bill, which may replace the Affordable Care Act, was released today after closed-door...

Navigating the Changes in Healthcare and Reimbursement

The long anticipated vote on the AHCA passed the house today (May 4, 2017). This is the first step the GOP has been waiting for to repeal and replace Obamacare.

The Future of Healthcare

In recent years, a renewed focus on the patient has sparked many changes in the healthcare industry. Beyond treatment development, many companies have begun modifying business plans to incorporate the patient earlier, and more comprehensively than ever before. This early patient involvement is enabling the development of more successful disease treatment.

Low Cost Oncology Transition

In recent years, providers have added a renewed focus on the patient experience and overall care costs, in hopes to reduce the latter while improving the former. To successfully achieve this balance, service providers must balance patient needs, care abilities, and financial limitations.

Key Differences and Similarities between the ACA and AHCA

The GOP’s Health Care Plan to Replace Obamacare

2016 Election

The Health Care Industry is Worried About the Election What This Year's Election Means for Health Care: Video Attached The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election has been hard to watch at times. The two candidates have opposite views for many things, and health care is no...
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