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CMS – Behavioral Health Payment and Care Delivery Summit
As summer comes to a close, a few items have made the rounds that may affect millions of Americans. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is interested in developing a behavioral health payment model, but wants feedback from providers and the community. The model is meant to improve healthcare quality, access, and lower the […]
Balancing Pilates, Palates and Pounds
My mother taught me everything in moderation, play outside, study and visit with your family and friends. I took the outside suggestion by playing tennis, regular gym visits for weight training. My appetite grew, was that because I was exercising or because I love a good red velvet cake? It’s often touted that by getting […]
Behavioral Health – Join the Conversation
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is looking for updated or new payment models and will be looking for community input from leaders and professional in the areas of mental health treatment and how providers will be reimbursed for the care of this patient population. The model is meant to improve the following for patients […]
Is your Health worth the white picket fence?
That excitement of moving to a new place, we all have felt that at some point in our lives. What type of house do I want? What schools are around? Is it close to places I want to visit? Is it close enough to my job? These are many things that we think about. But […]
The Heart Attack Triggers We Don’t Hear About
Heart attacks are a common health subject today and it is general knowledge of the major causes. These causes are obesity, lack of exercise, high blood pressure, stress and smoking, but did you know that there are less common factors that can put you at heart attack risk. Daylight Savings Time doesn’t just mess up […]
Combining skill and well-being to make a splash!
I was reading a recent article published in the L.A. Times “How I Made It” by Dino Sarti. The article sheds life on the journey Mr. Sarti took to launching his own brand of beverages called “Aloe Gloe”. It is an inspiring story for all of us who have innovative ideas, identified a product or […]
Is Senior Housing Affordable?
A number of years ago, I was in the position that many of us have or will have to ask ourselves. What are we going to do with mom and dad as they enter into the winter of their lives? We don’t often take the time to think about where we want to simply hang […]
When Will We Care Enough About Mental Health?
In Carrie Fisher’s departure, her heart was collateral damage to her mental health disease. Scientific evidence indicates that being mindful of your daily routines to promote maximum physical health can be sidetracked by mental illness and its direct effects on the body. The general sense that if you exercise, eat right, and rest we stand a fighting chance […]
Is a Healthcare Credit Card the best option for you?
As patients struggle to pay for the high cost of medical expenses, opening a healthcare credit card looks increasingly appealing and necessary in some cases. At first glance it often looks like a great option; take out a loan for the procedure, establish a payment plan and repay the balance within the promotional zero-interest time […]
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