In a recent article published by First Report Managed Care, Jennifer Forster, director of Medicaid Strategy at HMS Eliza shares her insight in regards to improving outcomes by providing nonmedical benefits that have previously been posing as barriers to their overall health.
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In a recent podcast aired on Red Hot Healthcare, Chairman, President, and CEO of HMS, Bill Lucia, sat down with host Dr. Steve Ambrose to discuss HMS’s role in the healthcare system as well how HMS is working to curb fraud, waste, and abuse in the healthcare industry through the use of today’s analytics and tomorrow’s consumer engagement technology.
We sat down with HMS® Eliza’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Gary Call to share with our Eliza® Engage community his vision and influence on Total Population Management (TPM) at HMS and how Eliza fits into moving healthcare forward.
There are ways to stay happy and relatively stress-free during this time of year and beyond! Here are a few ideas to help you start radiating a sense of joy that will spread to those around you.
Our latest blog on 'Cultural Intelligence' and its impact on engagement includes access to an Eliza case study recently published by POPULATION HEALTH NEWS on 'Overcoming cultural barriers in a Hispanic Medicaid population'.
Recently, the CDC raised concerns about a potential decline in flu vaccination rates this coming flu season due to the removal of the nasal flu spray option. While the nasal flu spray made vaccination much less uncomfortable, it has proven to be ineffective for children and is no longer an option. This change could result in a decline in voluntary flu vaccinations for the 2016-2017 flu season.
Eliza Corporation is proud of its Internship Program, and works closely with local colleges to give students a hands on experience in a professional work environment. We believe in giving students who are interested in computer science a first-hand experience in a corporate setting, exposure to what a technology company does, and guidance in their future careers.
The transition from hospital to home is a particularly vulnerable juncture in patient care that requires significant oversight and checkpoints.
De acuerdo con la oficina del censo (Census Bureau) la población hispana viviendo en los Estados Unidos asciende a 55 millones de personas en la actualidad, lo cual representa el 17% de la población total de la nación. Además, en términos de poder adquisitivo representan alrededor de un 1.5 trillones de dólares. Con la reforma de salud impulsada por la Ley de Asistencia Asequible (ACA), cada vez más hispanos tienen acceso a seguro médico y algunos otros se han visto beneficiados al recibir una mejor cobertura médica.