Educating Patients through Patient Engagement Software

Educating Patients through Patient Engagement Software

Lifecycle Health is focusing to bring together Telehealth, value based care, patient engagement techniques, value based healthcare model to manage patient care continuum, continuum of care with patient management software.

How CMS Plays a Role in the Future of Remote Monitoring

How CMS Plays a Role in the Future of Remote Monitoring

Finally, the largest payer in the U.S, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), has acknowledged that remote patient monitoring (RPM) plays a major role in the future of healthcare delivery.

3 Reasons Why Social Determinants of Health Is The Future of Value-Based Care

3 Reasons Why Social Determinants of Health Is The Future of Value-Based Care

The conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age are known as their social determinants of health.

How to Get Reimbursed for Telehealth?

How to Get Reimbursed for Telehealth?

Telemedicine is one of the most trending topics in healthcare, as more and more consumers embrace this patient-provider communication technology and are willing to consult doctors remotely .

5 Things You Should Know When Billing Telehealth and Telemedicine Services

5 Things You Should Know When Billing Telehealth and Telemedicine Services

With today’s introduction of affordable, high speed internet and smartphones with high-quality video transmission, telemedicine has evolved as practical solution for providing remote healthcare to patients in their homes, workplaces or assisted living facilities.

The 4 Keys That Ensure Success of Physician Groups in Bundled Payment Programs

The 4 Keys That Ensure Success of Physician Groups in Bundled Payment Programs

Bundled payments are proving to be quite effective in Medicare's attempt to shift from traditional fee-for-service to value-based payment models. BPCI bundled payments have been observed to save money while enhancing patient care.

Heart Health and You: Tips for Avoiding the #1 Killer

Heart Health and You: Tips for Avoiding the #1 Killer

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death globally. In 2015, an estimated 17.7 million people died from a heart-related problem-- that's 31 percent of the total deaths that year. It's not just the United States, either. Over 75 percent of cardiovascular disease-related deaths take place in low- and middle-income countries.