Big Data Tools Fight Medicare Fraud and Abuse

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Big Data Tools Fight Medicare Fraud & Abuse « Healthcare Intelligence Network Infographic: Big Data Tools Fight Medicare Fraud & Abuse Monday, June 6th, 2016 This original post was written by Melanie Matthews Over the past five years, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Se
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How I Prepared for a Hysterectomy

Guided Meditation by Abraham Hicks
Hi, my name is Sharyn. I sometimes work with George and his team. Last week, George shared with you a book that had been recommended to me as I was preparing for surgery. While he gave you the basic outline, we thought it might be good for me to share with you the specifics of what I
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These 5 Steps Will Better Prepare You for Surgery

Prepare for Surgery Heal Faster
First: Happy Cinco de Mayo! Please celebrate responsibly! Second: We’re sharing this with you because it was recently shared with a colleague who is schedule for surgery tomorrow (perhaps she’ll be up to writing a guest post next week to let us know how implementing these
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Healthy Easter Ideas Sure to Make All Kids Happy

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Whether you celebrate Easter or not, these ideas are sure to make everyone smile: Healthy Easter Ideas! — Live The Smart Way I love bunnies! And I love the signs and smells of Spring. AND I also love the food! Easter has always been a very special time for my family. Every Easter Sund
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6 Tips to Get You Ready for a Healthy Spring

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As we type on this St. Patricks Day, we are also looking forward to the Spring Equinox on Monday. What do you do to celebrate? We know of folks that dance in the moonlight (that seems pretty healthy, right?). Well, regardless, here are some healthy tips to get you ready: HEALTHY TIPS
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Is Your Heart Healthy for Valentine’s Day?

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National Heart Month #heartmonth is here! February is National Heart Month – celebrate by loving your heart! Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in women and men in the United States, and while some risk factors are hereditary, there is much that can be done to lower you
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5 Healthy New Year’s Resolutions You Can Easily Keep

If you are like most of us, you are making some new year’s resolutions that include being healthy so we thought we might help you out: Healthy New Year’s Resolutions The new year is all about creating new beginnings. While you’re coming up with ways to give yourself a fres
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A Healthy Thanksgiving Video and 7 Recipes

If you’re anything like those in our office, your mind is already on planning next week’s menu. And, similarly, you are trying to find a way to still be a bit healthier, yes? If so, then check out the below. 7 Healthy Thanksgiving Sides Lifestyle Recipes By Erin Brelsford 
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5 Lessons on Skyrocketing Drug Prices

Did you see this headline this week: Pfizer Raised Prices on 133 Drugs This Year, And It’s Not Alone   A single, 5,000 percent price hike on an anti-parasitic drug made by Turing Pharmaceuticals garnered national media attention. But it’s just one of hundreds of smaller price in
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9 Foodie Ways to Celebrate Labor Day Weekend on the Rachel Ray Show

9 Relaxing Foodie Ways to Celebrate the ‘Last Weekend’ of Summer  on the Rachael Ray Show Aired September 3, 2015 by Lisa Lozano Although summer isn’t technically over until September 23, Labor Day is generally regarded as the last day of the summer season. So, make the mo
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