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Behavioral Health Billing | RCM | covid-19

By: Evan Corey
July 17th, 2020

Maintaining financial health is one of the most crucial (and complex) responsibilities of any care provider. Since COVID-19 was thrown into the mix, the tasks of billing, collections, and revenue management have become even more challenging.

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software security | covid-19

By: Evan Corey
June 9th, 2020

The coronavirus has opened up a variety of new opportunities for cybercriminals to exploit for profit or mischief.

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mental health | covid-19

By: Evan Corey
May 20th, 2020

Mental health is complicated. Navigating our mental and emotional burdens is difficult under the most routine circumstances. But during a pandemic? You may have found that it’s a totally different ballgame. If you are having a hard time maintaining your mental health since COVID-19 turned the world upside down, you are not alone.

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wearables | covid-19

By: Evan Corey
May 4th, 2020

The way the healthcare industry has pivoted to remote and virtual treatment to manage the risk of COVID-19 has been quite remarkable. 

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covid-19

By: Evan Corey
April 30th, 2020

Last week I self-administered a COVID-19 test in my car, by sticking a cotton swab quite a ways up both of my nostrils, while a care provider in full PPE silently observed me on the other side of my sealed window. 2020 is weird. To backtrack a bit, CVS Health has opened rapid COVID-19 drive-through tests in Georgia, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Michigan. 

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covid-19 | telehealth

By: Evan Corey
March 20th, 2020

Breaking telemedicine news! The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), “...will not impose penalties for noncompliance with the regulatory requirements under the HIPAA Rules against covered health care providers...during the COVID-19 nationwide public health emergency.”