VP Ryan Bailey is cited in this article providing insight into Telehealth services and Medicare.
VP Bryan Niehaus shares information regarding integrative networks.
Advis’ VP Bryan Niehaus is quoted in this week’s edition of Healthcare Dive regarding price transparency.
Advis’ latest survey has been featured in this week’s issue of 340B Report.
Our newest survey provides opinions and insight into the upcoming election.
Advis CEO Lyndean Brick is quoted in this article of Healthcare Dive regarding the new normal for hospitals.
Advis’ survey results are featured in HealthExec examining the effects of the pandemic
Advis’ Survey shows majority of healthcare executives are prepared for a second surge of Coronavirus
“Executives wrote to Advis that they have hired diversity officers, started new programs, launched scholarship funds and opened new facilities in areas hardest hit by COVID-19”.
Lyndean Brick shares her insights regarding changes shaped by the pandemic.
Lyndean Brick of Advis gives her thoughts on the new leadership change in this recent Modern Healthcare article.
Hospitals in Tampa Bay are beefing up their preparedness strategy if and when the Coronavirus hits Florida. Advis’ Monica Hon gives her input in the Tampa Bay Times.
The president signed an executive order on price transparency. Advis compiled a comprehensive survey and is ready to share the results in this article by Managed Healthcare.
September is the peak of hurricane season. Advis Vice President Ryan Yokley explains hospital reimbursement strategies available from FEMA.
Changes in cost are on the horizon for ambulatory surgical centers. Advis’ own CEO gives her thoughts on where ASCs are headed.
Advis CEO discusses the underline reasoning why struggling hospitals have sought out mergers.
Recently Advis’ own Monica Hon, Vice President and Director of Client Solutions was featured in the July issue of ASC Focus Magazine.
On Friday April 26, 2019, Advis was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business online, offering our expertise on the importance of Micro-hospitals and their impact in communities they serve.
Advis’ CEO Lyndean Brick has been featured in this week’s issue of Chicago Crain’s Business Magazine. She provided her take on utilizing big data in Healthcare.
Advis CEO discusses the recent elections impact on Medicaid.
Advis Vice President, Dan Avants, discusses the new Part B drug plan and its effect on manufacturer pricing.
Advis CEO discusses the reduced payment for outpatient visits and the CMS allowing greater access to virtual visits. What does it mean for providers?
Advis CEO discusses the potential effects of the recently finalized site-neutral payments.
Advis CEO discusses the potential future of Medicare Advantage plans.
Advis CEO discusses the need to merge data from various sources to be able to glean insights.
Advis Vice President, Susan Maupin, discussed the potential impacts of eliminating Medicare coverage of long-term care hospitals.
Advis consultant, Tom Clifford, discusses the advantages of participating in a virtual group.
Advis CEO discusses the need for not-for-profit hospitals to look at nontraditional revenue as their key to success.
Advis Consultant, Tom Clifford discusses hardship exceptions in the MIPS Promoting Interoperability category.
Advis CEO discusses the CMS proposal on Medicare provider applications and the effect that may have on erroneous applications.
We discuss the effect that insurers forming their own network for care delivery will have on the patient.
Advis CEO discusses the new Medicare Advantage plans and the types of coverage those plans may entail.
Advis President and CEO, Lyndean Brick named to Crain’s Custom Media Listing of Notable Women in Chicago Healthcare.
We discuss the challenges that will be faced by recent pick to head the Amazon, Berkshire and JPMorgan healthcare venture, Atul Gawande.
Advis comments on the recent appointment of Atul Gawande to be the CEO of the healthcare venture by Amazon, JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathaway and what he will have to do to be successful.
We discuss the evolution of the hospital and how healthcare doesn’t have to mean inpatient beds.
Lyndean discusses the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase entry into healthcare and what companies may follow suit. Click the link above to listen.