Our exclusive Q&A explores the challenges surmounted, perks gained, and revenue management improvements that can be made through billing software.
Proper preparation and a few healthy habits can assure recreational athletes are consistently ready for action.
Creativity, problem-solving, and assessment help forge the foundation for a work conditioning/hardening program.
At a recent Risk Management Society (RIMS) Conference, One Call Care Management reports that it outlined challenges for workers’ compensation stemming from a trend of obesity among workers and key strategies intended to control claims costs and improving outcomes for obese, injured workers.
In a recent study, University of Oxford researchers state that nearly 8% of components used in primary hip replacements in 2011 were implanted without readily identifiable evidence of clinical effectiveness.
A recent study suggests that the use of high-density foam mattresses may allow the standard 2-hour patient repositioning schedule, intended to minimize pressure ulcers, to be extended up to 3 or 4 hours.
A survey indicates that clinicians and nurses are highly vulnerable to work injuries, leading to missed shifts and altered activities while on the job.
A recent donation has allowed University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences, to launch what it calls the "first university-based military medicine center for wounded warriors on the West Coast."
HydroWorx has announced that October 10 it will host a 1 hour webinar centered on shoulder surgery aquatic rehabilitation and techniques.
RMS offers a new half-day "Documentation & Coding Summit" to clinic owners and directors, designed to help protect practices, help fulfill requirements of their Corporate Compliance Policy, and ensure understanding of professional responsibility.