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Purpose – The Catalyst for Hope

In the last blog I discussed hope and its necessity in one’s psyche to overcome anxiety, stress, depression and despair. I spoke of prisoners of war during the Vietnam conflict and their need to accomplish a daily task allowing their hope for…

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  1. Recap of 2018 Update to Cholesterol and Coronary Disease Clinical Guidelines

    Our clinical leadership wanted to update our readership on some large-scale and important updates to cholesterol guidelines to help support awareness. The 2013 ACC / AHA clinical guideline for cholesterol treatment and coronary disease prevention was recently updated to better integrate patient…

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  2. Making Sense of Colorectal Cancer Screenings: Age, Risk Factors and Health Analytics

    Colorectal Cancer is a combination of rectal and colon cancer considered to be unpreventable and expected to account for 50,630 deaths in 2018. According to Cancer.net, Colorectal Cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosis among both women and men. The good…

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  3. What’s all the Fuss About Avoiding Flu Shots?

    With this season’s flu season starting, we’re asked more and more by clients why there is so much resistance to getting the flu shot, and how they can counter the objections. Coming out of the record-breaking flu season of 2017, we know…

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  4. Diabetes Facts and Resources

    Barbara Rutkowski, EdD, MSN, CCM – Vice President, Clinical Operations, Advanced Plan for Health & Joy McGee-Cory – Senior Vice President, Advanced Plan for Health Diabetes is a serious, lifelong condition. It is widely recognized as one of the leading causes of death and disability…

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  5. Assessment of 2019 Medical Cost Trends

    Chris Galanos, Director of Medical Services, Advanced Plan for Health Our customers and partners rely on us to keep our finger on the pulse of what’s coming in the marketplace, and what we’re seeing trend within the member population in our Poindexter…

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  6. Would Your Health Plan Pay for a Transplant with an HCV-Infected Organ?

    Barbara Rutkowski, EdD, MSN, CCM – Vice President, Clinical Operations, Advanced Plan for Health and Yvonne Daugherty, VP of Development, Advanced Plan for Health There are about 99,000 Americans listed for a transplant, some for many years. Unfortunately, about 4,800 die each…

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  7. Influence on Lifestyle Change Does Have an Impact on Outcomes

    Once populations are targeted for support and intervention via our Poindexter advanced and predictive analytics (via current state and predicted risk factors), we’ve found that one of the most effective ways to support targeted employees and members is through live or telephonic…

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  8. Ongoing Education on Alternate Sites of Care Can Reduce Inappropriate ER Utilization

    Morgan’s persistent ear pain wasn’t overly severe, but she was concerned that it wouldn’t go away. She finally reached wit’s end late one Thursday evening and decided to head to the Emergency Room. Even though she faced an hour wait when she…

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  9. Keys to Truly Impactful and Measurable Employer Health & Wellness Programs

    With medical costs rising, pharmaceutical costs quickly meeting or exceeding medical costs and miraculous specialty drugs coming in at nosebleed costs, optimizing employee health and saving for catastrophic events is paramount to afford expensive lifesaving medicines and treatments, along with inevitable catastrophic…

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Constructing a Healthier Company

Barriere Construction is a family owned asphalt construction company in Metairie, Louisiana. The client desired to proactively initiate programs to improve the health of the workforce, and their dependents, to better control the burden of providing health benefits. Read More

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