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Combatting the Crisis in Drug-Resistant Infections and Treatment

Barbara Rutkowski, EdD, MSN, CCM - Vice President, Clinical Operations, Advanced Plan for Health

A lot has happened since Alexander Fleming accidentally discovered Penicillin in 1928 after a chance exposure of staphylococcus to penicillin mold.  For his discovery, he won the Nobel Prize after penicillin was commercialized in 1945, used successfully for war wounds and surgery in World War II and hailed as the “miracle drug”. In his acceptance speech, Fleming admonished the world to beware that bacteria would become resistant in time.

Tags: Penicillin, Alexander Fleming, Antibiotics, Health Plans, Healthcare Providers, CDC Study, Hospitals, Prevention, FDA, Analytics, Advanced Plan for Health
Telecommunication (Telemedicine) And Healthcare Management

Technology has significantly advanced within the healthcare industry over the past decade. From the Affordable Care Act to wearable device technology, healthcare is transitioning to a more comprehensive, accessible, interoperable and personalized way of managing population health. Employers, health insurance brokers and health plan providers who do not adapt to the rapidly shifting health management landscape will struggle to keep up with the clinical and financial outcomes of those who embrace the new opportunities provided by modern day technology.

Tags: Technology, Healthcare, Industry, ACA, Affordable Care Act, Wearable Device, Population Health, Employers, Health Insurance, Brokers, Health Plan, Providers, Health Management, Clinical, Financial, Outcomes, Telemedicine, Treatment, Patients, Telecommunication, Data, Software Engine, Healthcare Analysis, The American Telemedicine Association, Hospitals, Home Health, Private Physician, Member Population, Telehealth, Healthcare Network, Patient, Consultation, e-Health, Patient Portals, Remote Monitoring, Medical Education, Cost, Chronis Disease, ER, Admissions, Readmission, Benefits Plan
Congratulations Hill Country Memorial

Congratulations Hill Country Memorial on again being named on Truven’s Top 100 Hospitals in the US (5th year in a row—6th time overall) healthcare organizations that are delivering exceptional healthcare value through outstanding performance on an 11-measure, balanced scorecard. 

Tags: Hill Country Memorial, Truvens Top 100, Hospitals, Award, Healthcare, Organization
Barbara Rutkowski, EdD, MSN, CCM - Vice President, Clinical Operations

Dr. Rutkowski is a Medical Management Professional with more than twenty years of experience in operations, integrated medical management for Medicare and self-insured employers, hospital and managed care quality, and employee development.

Tags: Medical, Management, Professional, Integrated Medical Management, Medicare, Self-Insured, Employers, Hospitals, Managed Care Quality, Employee Development, Strategic Business, Health, Systems, Consulting, Organizational Development, Leadership, Team Building, Network, Risk, Clinical, Credentialing, Reinsurance, Regulatory Compliance, Wellness, Disease Management, Utilization, MedisGroups, Outcomes, Design, Development, Vice President, Nursing, University of Florida, Doctor, Education, Indiana University, Registered Nurse, American Journal of Nursing, Chamber of Commerce, Health Care Excel, Operations, Masters of Science
Taylor Godbey - Executive Vice President/COO

Taylor Godbey's healthcare industry experience includes Business to Business consulting for self-insured employers, hospitals and healthcare systems on a national scale, including development of many of the applications that are used in the processes and systems at APH.

Tags: Healthcare, Business to Business, Consulting, Hospitals, Healthcare Systems, Applications, Data, Platform, Health Risk, Analytics, Reporting, ROI, Return on Investment, Population Health Management, Product Pricing, Operations, Financial Services, Managed Care, Medical Groups, Healthcare Providers, Texas Wesleyan University
Chris E. Rossman - Foley & Lardner LLP.

Chris E. Rossman is a partner and healthcare lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. He has represented healthcare clients exclusively throughout his career and has experience in all areas of healthcare law, with a concentration of experience in the M&A, transactions, reimbursement and payment, and compliance areas.

Tags: Healthcare, Lawyer, Foley & Lardner LLP, Clients, Law, Transaction, Reimbursement, Payment, Compliance, Hospitals, Health Systems, Providers, Advice, Transactions

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