On March 22, Governor Cuomo put New York State on “Pause,” closing all non-essential businesses statewide. As of this writing, upstate New York has just begun its multi-phase reopening.
You train your teams on how best to interact with your patients. You train your staff on the details of your every discipline. You even send out a survey to attain valuable feedback from time to time. Is it working? Do these efforts really provide the results you strive for?
Danlee Medical chooses a theme each year as it relates to our corporate goals. Lean and Mean in 2018 is our corporate theme for 2018.
Can regular exercise and clean eating help your work performance? I have some experience and an opinion on this.
You call to place an order for medical supplies and are greeted by the ever frustrating automatic answering service. Press 1 for this, 2 for that … Sound familiar?
In so many ways business has become so impersonal. Why does the process of ordering from a supplier have to be so cumbersome...
The medical industry and digital world are merging more than ever before, but staying on top of the rapidly changing digital landscape is a constant challenge.
As the New York State Legislature heads into the month of March, both the State Senate and the State Assembly face the mandated deadline of April 1 to pass a state budget for the 2017–2018 fiscal year, which begins on that date.
A very hot topic today is telemedicine. This has been brought about in no small part by the New York insurance parity laws that became effective on Jan. 1, 2016, whereby payors now had to pay for a service delivered by telemedicine in the same manner the payor would have paid for that service if performed in a face-to-face encounter.
When the 2017 session of the New York State Legislature opens in early January, those who carefully follow action or inaction in Albany will be waiting to learn what Governor Andrew Cuomo will include in his State of the State Address and proposed state budget. The annual battle of the budget will be the major focus of state legislators and others for the next three months.
My patients are important to me. I want to know all about their health histories, from medications and allergies to past procedures or conditions, so I can provide them with the best possible care when they come to my office for a visit. To make sure that I have quick, secure access to my patients’ health records when I need them, I use HealtheConnections’ health information exchange (HIE).
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