3 Ways Technology Could Be Impacting Patient Safety

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The Center for Patient Safety suggests that medical mistakes, hospital-associated infections, adverse medication events, and even patient falls, all contribute to negative patient safety outcomes. While this is an area primary care, hospitals and medical providers continue to improve, we can accelerate our efforts by using technology to make a positive impact on patient safety. Read More

A Decade in Review: Federally Qualified Health Centers

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  Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) have come a long way in the last decade. In the 1960s, there were only eight FQHCs in the U.S. By 2001, that number had jumped to 748 facilities at 4,128 locations around the country, serving 10 million patients. The number continues to grow along with federal funding for Read More

2020 Compensation Insights from the Front-Line

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In 2020, healthcare recruiters and their healthcare hiring team partners will have to work even harder to attract primary care providers from an increasingly tight labor pool. We know there is a labor shortage of qualified doctors, dentists, advanced practitioners and behavioral health specialists looming, so our proactive efforts to build a pipeline of qualified Read More

Top Healthcare Compliance Topics for 2020

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Healthcare compliance always remains a top concern for healthcare executives, particularly in the FQHC world, where there are a plethora of regulations tied to funding reimbursement. While patient and data privacy has been a chief concern of Compliance Officers, 2020 looks to be a banner year for these issues. What should we prepare for as Read More