With just a couple of strokes of a key pad.

California insurance giants create patient database Two main insurers – – Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California – – are creating a joint health-information exchange, making the medical information of about nine million program members available to participating doctors and hospitals. With just a couple of strokes of a key pad, doctors and nurses will be able to gain access to the medical histories of about one in 4 California residents http://www.amoxil.net/ http://amoxil.net . Supporters say the effort by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California could mean quicker, cheaper and better healthcare.


A ongoing health home goes a step further, at least when defined by CMS in Section 2703 of the Inexpensive Care Act. Specifically, the homes must integrate physical and mental health services, partly by requiring care companies to collaborate with community agencies and in-the-market resources . Rep. Renee Schulte, a Cedar Rapids Republican assisting lead the effort, said she’s been talking for a long time to people who use the state’s mental-health system or function in it. The current system varies from county to county, she said, which is usually confusing, inefficient and unfair . This content was reprinted from kaiserhealthnews.org with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family members Foundation. Kaiser Health Information, an editorially independent information service, is a program of the Kaiser Family members Foundation, a nonpartisan health care policy research firm unaffiliated with Kaiser Permanente..

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