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Conduent Talks Alternative Opioid Therapies and Disaster Resilience at MESC
How Digital Interactions Make Outbreak Management More Human
FY 2020 ICD-10 code updates
Clinical Watch: June 2019
In this issue of Clinical Watch, we discuss the FDA guidance on biosimilar interchangeability.
Clinical Watch: May 2019
In this issue of Clinical Watch, we discuss the evolution of psoriasis treatment. We suggest criteria for a new biologic for plaque psoriasis and review the albumin-lowering effect of dapagliflozin.
The FY 2020 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Proposed Rule from the perspective of Medicaid
Annual updates that could impact Medicaid programs include labor and nonlabor shares of the wage area, wage index values, cost-to-charge ratios (CCRs), and postacute transfer policy.
Implementing Electronic Visit Verification (EVV): A Best Practice Roadmap
This eBook presents best practices to implement EVV and how Conduent can help state agency leaders ensure accuracy, reduce fraud, save time and money The post Implementing Electronic Visit...
Sharing Modularity Trends at State Health IT Connect
Maven Demos Interoperability to Improve Opioid Addiction Care
Why Conduent for Government Eligibility Services?
Can Provider-Based Billing Create Medicaid Vulnerabilities?
Improving Outcomes for Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Programs
Electronic Visit Verification Helps States Comply with 21st Century Cures Act
Clinical Watch: December 2018
In this issue of Clinical Watch, we describe expanded uses of Hemlibra® and suggest criteria for the use of Dupixent® to treat severe asthma.
Clinical Watch: November 2018
In October 2018, the FDA approved an expanded indication of the HPV vaccine Gardasil 9® to include females and males aged 27–45 years.
Medicaid Programs Should Take Notice as Services Gravitate to Outpatient Settings
This healthcare trend will affect Medicaid program budgets, beneficiary access, service quality, and inpatient/outpatient payment methods and rate setting.
Opening Doors to Eligibility Services with Omni-Channel Options
A Fast, Low-Risk Approach to Child Support System Modernization
Technology can be a powerful force for change, and when an industry is transformed by a wave of technology implementations, that effect is multiplied.
Why the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Proposed Rule matters for Medicaid
Medicaid programs typically consider Medicare’s Final Rule when updating their inpatient payment methodologies. Why? The proposed rule offers an early preview of potential changes.
From the Margins to the Mainstream: The Criticality of Standards for Digital-first Healthcare