Dr. Suneet Singh Discusses Value-Based Care and Alternative Payment Models
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Dr. Suneet Singh Discusses Value-Based Care and Alternative Payment Models

Change is the only constant we have in life.     Without change, health care as we know it would not exist. Changing the way we think about health care today ensures a better health care system for all tomorrow.   Even if all signs point to better outcomes than the ones we see today, there’s this powerful…

Telemedicine and Making Healthcare More Patient-Centric
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Telemedicine and Making Healthcare More Patient-Centric

With the increased adoption of telemedicine during the pandemic, it’s more likely than not that your medical provider has incorporated video visits into his or her practice. Video visits provide a great opportunity to answer more questions face-to-face, all done in the convenience of your home or an environment of your choosing. Many telemedicine visits…

Simple Blood Test May Predict Long-Term Chronic Disease Risk
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Simple Blood Test May Predict Long-Term Chronic Disease Risk

There’s new hope for detecting early warning signs of diabetes and heart disease, according to a new study. Our medical director, Dr. Suneet Singh, was interviewed for this Medical News Today article, where he provided insight about the value of lipid profiling (blood tests) to help predict chronic conditions. Type 2 Diabetes and cardiovascular disease are two…

Prevent Physician Resignations – An Approach
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Prevent Physician Resignations – An Approach

We’ve seen what COVID has done to fatigue physicians and frontline healthcare workers to a near breaking point. While physician burnout has captured headlines and spurred efforts to retain health care professionals in their field, the pandemic was far from the only or the main reason for healthcare workers participating in the great resignation.  Dr….

COVID Long Haulers & Digital Health
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COVID Long Haulers & Digital Health

It’s been just over 2 years since we were first introduced to COVID. And as we’ve become better at tracking variants, making diagnostic testing more available, and providing treatment options for those who are acutely sick, we’ve come to appreciate that there is an unfortunate subset of patients who experience prolonged effects of the disease…

Limiting Risk With Telehealth Ahead of Holiday Travel
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Limiting Risk With Telehealth Ahead of Holiday Travel

With the holiday season approaching, many people are making plans to visit family and travel for Christmas. With the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its guidelines from stay home (as it was in 2020) to travel safely. However, given that some family members,…

How Can Innovation Save Primary Care? Podcast with Dr. Ronald Dixon
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How Can Innovation Save Primary Care? Podcast with Dr. Ronald Dixon

KevinMD.com | PODCAST with host Kevin Pho There is an increase in burnout among primary care physicians and staff. COVID-19 helped illuminate the issue as facilities across the country experienced an elevated number of patients. Dr. Ronald Dixon, CareHive CEO, talks with KevinMD.com on how innovation and technology can help reduce the strain on the…

This Open Enrollment Option Can Improve Employee Retention
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This Open Enrollment Option Can Improve Employee Retention

Out of a global crisis came new technology and new pathways to connected care for employers and primary care practices. Many companies expanded health benefits during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, from employee assistance programs (EAPs) to telehealth providers, and it looks like many of these benefits are here to stay. A September 2021…

De-Risking Alternative Payment Models for Healthcare Providers
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De-Risking Alternative Payment Models for Healthcare Providers

“Skin-in-the-Game” Doesn’t Have to be Scary When I entered the field of medicine, the goal was clear; to make patients ‘better.” As I trained through the years and developed a strong in illness prevention- how did these patients get here in the first place- things became fairly crystal clear. The US healthcare system was brilliantly…