Industry News: Volume 3, Issue 12

Biden administration proposes minimum staffing standards for nursing homes By Dave Muoio fiercehealthcare.com – The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has made good on President Joe Biden’s word during the 2022 State of the Union with new proposed staffing requirements for nursing homes. The proposed rule, issued Friday, includes for the first

Volume 3, Issue 11: Feature Article – Children’s Medical Tourism Research Network Receives Two Years of Funding from the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council

Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to share my article titled, “Employers Weigh Coverage Options for Obesity Drugs” for the August issue of The Self Insurer. Please find this article in the Self-Insurer section of our website, where you can access my monthly articles written for the publication.  This issue brings you a feature article

Feature Article: Children’s Medical Tourism Research Network Receives Funding

About Neera Bhatia, Children’s Medical Tourism Research Network Dr Neera Bhatia is an Associate Professor in the School of Law, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. Her research interests are in end-of-life decision making for critically ill infants and children, organ donation, voluntary assisted dying, and emerging health and reproductive technologies. She teaches

Industry News: Volume 3, Issue 11

Guideway Care and Vizient Announce Strategic Partnership: Introduces Care Guidance to Vizient's High Value Network Connecting Employers to Top-Tier Health Systems Nationwide BIRMINGHAM, Ala. & IRVING, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Guideway Care (Guideway), an innovative healthcare company dedicated to advancing health equity, optimizing patient outcomes and lowering total costs in value-based care and Vizient, Inc., the

Volume 3, Issue 10: Daniel LaBroad, President & CEO, Ovation Health & Life Services, Inc, Discusses Providing Quality Health Benefits for Less

Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to share my article titled, “SIIA Endeavors, SIIA 2023 Corporate Growth Forum” for the July issue of The Self Insurer. Please find this article in the Self-Insurer section of our website, where you can access my monthly articles written for the publication.  This issue brings you Daniel LaBroad, President

Industry News: Volume 3, Issue 10

US Has Worst Geographic Health Disparities in Developed World By Sara Heath patientengagementhit.com – The United States is home to the biggest geographic health disparities in the developed world, with researchers supported by the Commonwealth Fund finding significant outcomes differences falling along rural and urban lines. The study, published in JAMA Network Open,