1. Medlio : Overview

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    Tomorrow's virtual health insurance card is well within reach. Meet Medlio - transforming your healthcare experience. http://www.medl.io

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    • Michigan Healthcare Marketing: How can I grow my patient referral base?

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      As a physician in a highly competitive, specialized field, you want to do everything in your power to connect with potential patients and referring physicians. Physician Referral Marketing does exactly that. When you work with PRM, they’ll increase your online visibility & perform outreach with their team of physician liaisons, increasing your referral relationships with local physicians and establishing your presence both online and off. Their comprehensive solutions mean all of your needs are met with one agency, making it easier for you to track your marketing efforts and providing a single point of accountability. Marketing your practice is crucial, but doesn’t have to pull you away from time with your patients – contact the professionals at PRM who will deliver more patients with less hassle. Visit www.physicianreferralmarketing.com for more details, or call 888-336-1344.

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      • DANION JONES

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        “Even though he had the brain tumor, I have good memories of Danion. I have all his videos of his singing and dancing. Danion running up to me and telling me how much he loves me and cares about me, so those are the things I’m going to hold deep in my heart.” -Leah Grant (Danion's Mother)

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        • Amyloidosis Awareness (narrated by Michael York)

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          To turn on captions or subtitles, click the "CC" button in the video player's toolbar. This short educational video is for patients & caregivers. It is meant to promote understanding of a rare condition called amyloidosis. The hope is to encourage early & precise diagnosis, better treatments, and positive outcomes. Please visit www.AmyloidAware.com for more in-depth info. Special Thanks: Amyloidosis Support Groups (www.amyloidosissupport.org) Narration: Michael York (www.michaelyork.net) Animation: Allan Dye (www.allandye.com) Contact: cartoonmedicine@gmail.com

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          • Athena Health Infographic

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            Agency: Beam Client: Athena Health Role: Animation, Sound Design, Mix www.newfangledstudios.com To work with us, contact macaela@newfangledstudios.com

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            • Practicing Excellence Trailer

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              • The Physician Effectiveness Project

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                Created by and for physicians, the Physician Effectiveness Project is an online (CME-accredited) learning ecosystem designed to identify, coordinate, coach, hardwire, and deploy the skills needed to improve patient outcomes across a system, and drive the metrics that define high-value healthcare. Our members utilize The Project as a complete Physician Effectiveness solution to improve care coordination, the patient experience, safety, and team-based care. Your organization will benefit from an energized contingent of effective physicians equipped to lead teams, coordinate care and improve patient outcomes. Take a look at how The Project is advancing Physician Effectiveness

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                • LEAH GRANT (Danion's Mother) Extended Interview

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                  When Danion was just three years old, he was taken to NewYork-Presbyterian in critical condition with complications stemming from a non-malignant and slow-growing, but very large brain tumor. He was unresponsive and on a ventilator. Doctors initially told Danion’s mother that there was no way to save him. But his mother pushed on and came to NewYork-Presbyterian, where they agreed to accept the case. His surgeon, Dr. Mark Souweidane says, “It was one of the largest tumors I’ve ever seen.” He conducted additional tests and found that Danion’s condition was probably being aggravated by an infection related to the previous surgery, rather than by the tumor itself. After doctors drained the excess fluid from Danion’s brain and administered an intensive course of antibiotics, Danion improved dramatically. Convinced that tumor removal was a viable option, Dr. Souweidane performed a daylong surgery to remove as much of the tumor as possible. Danion went from not being able to see, walk or talk to eventually performing at the Apollo Theater to an audience of 1,500 people. His medical team was there to cheer him on. But the tumor continued to grow and over the next few years, Danion underwent four more brain tumor surgeries and 10 procedures related to fluid-draining shunts in his head. Several months after making the video you see here, Danion succumbed to his condition and sadly, he passed. His mother says, “If it wasn’t for Dr. Souweidane, the four years that I had with Danion would not have been possible, and I’m forever thankful for that.” At NewYork-Presbyterian, we are determined to find new ways to help children like Danion and their families.

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                  • ICON (www.iconicdata.com) - Helping physicians get paid more and improving safety at sign-out

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                    http://www.iconicdata.com An introduction to Dr. Thomas, a resident user of ICON, by Iconic Data Inc (iconicdata.com). Dr. Thomas' General Surgery department uses ICON to manage their patient census at General Hospital. ICON makes signing out each patient at night a breeze. Dr. Thomas' attendings like ICON too. It helps them get paid more faster and also gives them a way to reconcile charges for work they've done and make sure all billable care gets posted and paid. Because the General Surgery department uses ICON, Dr. Thomas' surgical case log is automatically generated too. This makes ACGME case entry a thing of the past. This makes Dr. Thomas happy because this was a HUGE pain before they started using ICON! The coders and billers in the General Surgery department love ICON as well. They use ICON to find out when patient visits occur, to be notified about when surgeries are done, and to find out when new inpatient consults have been seen. It's awesome! Before they had to figure this out through several convoluted steps and logging in to multiple EMRs. Their job satisfaction has exponentially improved. Because the General Surgery department connected Iconic Data with the IT department at General Hospital, they were even able to get ICON to populate directly from the hospital information systems, eliminating time that was previously wasted maintaining a patient list in Excel! After the integration, all the demographics populate automatically. The General Surgery department at General Hospital will never be the same; because of their use of ICON they are capturing more charges than they did previously and this makes the Chairman happy. And at the end of the day...the doctors have more time to do what they went to medical school for...see patients! Learn more at: http://www.iconicdata.com

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                    • WijZijnSprakeloos / pijn

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                      Zorgverleners gebruikten jaarlijks 166.000 keer een tolk tijdens consulten met patiënten/cliënten die de Nederlandse taal onvoldoende beheersen. Per 1 januari 2012 is VWS de vergoeding voor tolk- en vertaaldiensten gestopt. www.wijzijnsprakeloos.nl voor informatie, knelpunten, oplossingen. We are speechless. Health professionals in the Netherlands use a professional interpreter 166.000 times a year, seeing patients who aren't competent enough in Dutch. After 35 years, the Dutch ministery of Health stopped paying for professional interpreter services in health care. Film by Shariff Nasr / Storm postproduction / Goeroe

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