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CDC releases guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain (Read More)

Healthinsight Develops Training Program for Primary Care Physicians to Prevent Opioid-Related Harms in Older Adults

Salt Lake City — November 9, 2017 — In an innovative project funded through the Medicare program, HealthInsight is developing a multi-faceted training program to encourage primary care providers to use a tailored, patient-centered approach to managing chronic pain...

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Nevada Physician Offices and Home Health Agencies to Receive Quality Award at HealthInsight Annual Quality Conference

Las Vegas — Seven Nevada physician offices and 11 home health agencies are being honored for their commitment to improving and promoting patient-centered care next week. HealthInsight, a nonprofit, community-based collaborative working to improve health and health care for patients...

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New Mexico Home Health Agencies Receive 2017 HealthInsight Quality Awards

Program Recognizes Excellence in Clinical Quality and Patient Care Albuquerque—Nineteen home health agencies across New Mexico are being recognized today for their commitment to improving performance and promoting patient-centered care.The HealthInsight Quality Award Program promotes transparency in health care. Since 2004...

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Resiliency: What is it anyway? And Where Can I Find Some?

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It is pretty difficult to work in the health care setting without hearing about the plague that has infested the majority of the workforce: burnout. The pressures of caregiving, budgets, bottom lines, quality scores and regulatory burden have been named as a few of the causes. As leaders in health care, we have acknowledged the illness and pinpointed the cause of burnout, but continue to...

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What if we run out of antibiotics?

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Antibiotics were miracle drugs in the 1930s 40s and 50s. After Scottish researcher Sir Alexander Fleming accidentally discovered penicillin in 1928, he was quoted as saying, “One sometimes finds what one is not looking for. When I woke up just after dawn on Sept. 28, 1928, I certainly didn’t plan to revolutionize all medicine by discovering the world’s first antibiotic, or bacteria killer. But I...

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“Just the Facts, Ma’am”

In the 1950s, a popular, long-running TV series titled “DRAGNET” featured two, serious-as-a-heart-attack Los Angeles Police Department detectives: Sergeant Joe Friday and his partner, Officer Bill Gannon. Every week they set out to investigate and solve serious crimes in the big city. After viewing one episode, you could tell that neither of these two, steely, uber-committed police officers had a single political bone in their...

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The Power of Prevention

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A few years ago, I watched as a childhood friend was diagnosed with diabetes and then multiple other related co-morbidities in rapid succession. It has affected every aspect of her life and was caught much later than it should have been, exasperated by years of lacking access to health insurance and preventative care. As her friend, I knew on some level for that she was...

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