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'.
Eliza Corporation recently hosted a webinar on, “Identifying and Addressing Socioeconomic Barriers to Care". Our guest presenter was Betsy Mazzoni, Manager of Quality Improvement at Gateway Health, a valued partner of Eliza since 2013. Gateway expanded its partnership with Eliza this year and launched an integrated, multi-channel health engagement solution, focused on improving health outcomes.
Ellen Harrison, SVP Market Strategy and Consulting shares insight on the latest CMS and AHIP quality measures for physicians and how we can implement moving forward.
If you spend more for something, you expect better quality, right? According to the Commonwealth Fund’s latest view of Medicare spending per capita vs. overall quality score, the data says otherwise for many states.
Over the past few months, a lot of attention has been building around provider-owned health plans. Many questions are emerging – for example:
While many think about getting their flu shot, or their children’s flu shot, during the fall, January through May is still an active time for the flu -- and the flu hits the hardest in February when the nation-wide rates are nearly double than any other month of the year.
In 2007, my 70-year old mother’s right hip joint imploded—an unusual form of bone loss that led to hip replacement surgery. In 2009, she stumbled on the stairs during a midnight trip to the bathroom, and fractured two lumbar vertebrae. Eight months later, she slipped on a patch of ice outside the front door while retrieving the newspaper, and broke her ankle.
Our family oversaw her recovery from these events with great concern—falls of this nature in the elderly female population so often are the first signal of the end of life’s journey.