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5 tips for handling vaccine hesitancy blog image

5 tips for handling vaccine hesitancy

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Fear of vaccines is old. How old? “The Dangerous and Sinful Practice of Inoculation” was the topic of a 1772 sermon delivered in England by Reverend Edmund Massey. So do the math: That’s almost 250 years of anti-vaxxer rhetoric. Despite the tenacity of the anti-vax movement, it remains the case that herd immunity for highly […]

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3 ways marketing can help shift the healthcare payer mix blog image

3 ways marketing can help shift the healthcare payer mix

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Hospitals, CHCs, medical centers and group practices are all prisoners of their geography and demography; socioeconomically burdened locales typically yield a patient base reliant on government-subsidized care To lower margins further, Medicaid and medical assistance patients often have secondary conditions that make their condition more difficult, time-consuming, and costly to treat. And the hits just […]

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As people work remotely, the demand for a new kind of occupational healthcare will rise blog image

As people work remotely, the demand for a new kind of occupational healthcare will rise

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Approximate reading time: 2.5 minutes Isolation. Communication problems. Eyestrain. Headaches. Back pain. Anxiety. Substance abuse. Stress. Who knew that working from home would actually increase the burnout rate among students and professionals? But here we are, facing a new set of vocational and educational challenges, which means a new set of opportunities for enterprising healthcare […]

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