A person’s zip code is the number #1 factor that predicts coronary heart disease. Here’s how technology can change that.

When it comes to knowing if you might be at future risk for Coronary Heart Disease, believe it or not, your genetic code is not the factor that is most predictive of an adverse coronary ...
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The slightly overdue list of announcements made at this year's HLTH conference (plus, our own announcement)

The first ever HLTH conference is in the books and we wanted to round off on some of the announcements that made a splash at this year’s conference. A whopping 191 announcements were ...
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Why it's time to further expand Transportation Safe Harbor

In December of 2016, the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) released a final rule outlining new safe harbors to the anti-kickback statute that ...
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Size up the transportation barrier issue with these 6 (or so) stats

Seemingly every article that discusses non-emergency medical transportation mentions this metric: 3.6 million Americans miss or delay medical appointments each year due to transportation ...
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