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HealthInsight New Mexico is a 2017 Top Workplaces Award Winner!

HealthInsight New Mexico has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Albuquerque Journal. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey administered by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, an independent research firm specializing in...

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HealthInsight and Q Corp Agree to Merge

Portland, Ore. — May 2, 2017 — The governing boards of HealthInsight Management Corporation, HealthInsight Oregon and Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation (Q Corp) have approved a merger of the two organizations and their operations in Oregon. HealthInsight and its...

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New Videos Encourage Nurses To Get Their Bachelor’s

Mar. 9, 2017, Salt Lake City, Utah — Two new videos just released by HealthInsight and the Utah Action Coalition for Health (UACH) help inspire and encourage associate degree nurses (ADNs) to continue their education and obtain a bachelor's degree...

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Health Cost Reform – Whose Ox Gets Gored?

There has been much ado in the news about health care reform, health coverage reform, health payment reform and clinical practice reform. All are tangential references to the real elephant in the room — health cost reform. Why has the elephant grown so large? Is there a combination of diet and exercise that can help our elephant become slim and trim? Your perspective on the reasons and...

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Auditor, Audit Thyself

Numbers. Numbers can tell us many things, including how good or bad something is. When the numbers are low in my bank account, that’s bad. When the numbers are high, that’s good. As a member of the External Quality Review (EQR) team, numbers are part of my daily routine. As a nurse and an auditor, I’m trained to interpret different numbers. In quality review, numbers...

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Behavior Change and Duct Tape – the Stickier, the Better!

Adopting a new behavior, even one that is good for us, can be difficult. I belong to a gym, and I've come to observe each January with interest. That's when the resolutionists, as I affectionately call them, flood the gym for the first several weeks of the new year after making some sort of fitness resolution. The parking lot becomes crowded and exercise machines are...

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As Payment Moves to Value, the Circle of Root Causes Expands

Over the past 20 years at HealthInsight, I've had the opportunity to work with health care providers and organizations on root cause analysis to learn from sentinel events, patient harms and other negative, unwanted and unexpected events. Seeking to prevent future harms, we've learned that the most important answers to the question "why did this happen?" – the root causes – are often far removed...

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