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Men’s Health: Prostate Cancer Awareness

Men’s Health: Prostate Cancer Awareness

Authored by: Frank Stearns, Executive Vice President, HBI Solutions It's "Movember," the month that has been set aside to grow mustaches, beards, awareness of men's issues (including prostate cancer), and a great time to review some fast facts from cancer.net. With...

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Diabetes Awareness Month 2018

Diabetes Awareness Month 2018

Authored by: Laura Kanov, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy My good friend lost his leg to diabetes almost two years ago. He has been going through physical and occupational therapy for months to regain mobility with his prosthetic leg. He has finally graduated...

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Respiratory Care Week 2018

Respiratory Care Week 2018

Authored by: Laura Kanov, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy In December, 1985, I passed the National Boards, and become a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT). This was my first foray into a real profession that has taken me on this wonderful journey through...

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Notes from the Road:  4 Stops and Our First KLAS Rating

Notes from the Road: 4 Stops and Our First KLAS Rating

Authored by: Amy Saenger, Marketing Communications Specialist August has been a busy month for HBI Solutions and the healthcare industry! We’ve traveled across the country and spoken to individuals in many markets along the healthcare continuum. Along the way, we...

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Get Ahead of Opioid Abuse With Predictive Analytics

Get Ahead of Opioid Abuse With Predictive Analytics

Authored by: Laura Kanov, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy It's easy to think that the media or politicians are exaggerating or hyping up the opioid "crisis" for less than noble reasons, but data I've seen from the CDC and other sources in researching the topic...

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Infographic: Opioid Abuse Risk Model

Infographic: Opioid Abuse Risk Model

Get an overview of HBI Solutions' Opioid Abuse Risk Model, and how this model helps identify which patients in a certain population should be targeted for intervention and gives providers both clinical and non-clinical factors driving that risk.

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Dying, A Choice of Quality

Dying, A Choice of Quality

Authored by: Laura Kanov, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy Among the 50% to 70% of patients with a terminal illness who prefer to be cared for and die at home, only about 25% have a home death. Nearly a third of Americans who die after age 65 years will have...

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