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Palliative Care

SHAREArticles from our posts @SMART_MD on Twitter.  Focus: Palliative Care  As we share articles of interest on our social media accounts, we continue to learn quite a bit about what is happening in Palliative Care. Here are three that stuck out recently.  A nurse who laid the foundation for 40 years of palliative care in Australia https://bit.ly/3hW5LhC Providing palliative care is difficult.  From educating patients and families, to gaining recognition, to lack of resources, providers of palliative care face a…

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You are Overusing eSignature Apps

You are Overusing eSignature Apps

SHARETechnology has accelerated business exponentially over the past four decades. When Bill Gates wrote “Business at the Speed of Thought” in the 90s, his predictions seemed unattainable. In hindsight, they were quaint. Businesses have taken advantage of software to improve processes for both customers and employees. Technology can make things run faster, more accurately, and with less effort. But when applied indiscriminately, that same technology can do as much harm as good. eSignature Apps – Misapplied and Overused  An example…

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Palliative Care Billing

Palliative Care Billing

Many Palliative Care programs struggle financially. One key component of sustainability involves having an effective Medicare Part B billing process. Here are 5 do’s and don’ts that will immediately increase revenues for your community-based palliative program.

CAPC 2017 Highlights

CAPC 2017 Highlights

SHAREI had the fortune to participate in Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) national seminar last week. Unlike healthcare tradeshows I’ve attended which are dominated by vendors and sales, the CAPC event was focused on education. The keynote presentations were riveting and reminded everyone why they they are passionate about Palliative Care. Breakout sessions were led by domain experts, and covered topics in depth using the latest research papers to support conclusions. There is simply too much to cover in a blog article. So…

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