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Current Approaches in the Management of Glaucoma PatientsExplore factors affecting patient compliance.
Long-acting reversible contraceptionAddressing knowledge gaps and misperceptions
All Healthcare is not Local: The Human Cost of Disparate Health DataTo address rising healthcare costs, clinicians have experienced countless shifting demands and requirements over the past decade. While there’s no single solution to address all of the issues that contribute to rising costs, improving care coordination across the healthcare continuum has the potential to dramatically improve patient care, reduce duplicative tests and procedures, and positively impact care quality – saving an estimated $148 billion to $226 billion annually.
The Toxin Head-to-Head ChallengeFor answers, Dermatology Times and Cosmetic Surgery Times developed an online survey for readers. The activity presented images from 6 patients who were photographed on the day of their injection and 30 days after treatment with either Xeomin® (incobotulinumtoxinA, Merz Pharmaceuticals) or Botox® (onabotulinumtoxinA, Allergan).
Whitepaper: Patient-Focused Solutions for Higher Value Care in the Specialty Drug MarketThis whitepaper illustrates how a commitment to connecting patients to their therapies and a sensitivity to the patient journey can make the difference between success and failure.
The New Healthcare Consumer - Riding The Sea ChangeCheck out ZirMed’s infographic for data on financial and administrative improvements.
Undeniable Challenges: The Reality of Claims DenialsCheck out ZirMed’s infographic for data on preventable denials.
7 Strategies to Slash Your Denial RateIn this ebook, ZirMed covers strategies for slashing your denial rate. Download it now to uncover new ideas.
Shopping for a New EHR: How to Pick a WinnerThis whitepaper provides a roadmap to help you find the EHR that is ideal for the way your practice works.
Spok's fifth annual mobility strategies in healthcare survey: results revealedThe landscape of mobility strategies and mobile device usage in hospitals is maturing - but there is still a long way to go.