Patagonia Health: Adapt & Innovate, At Speed

“As a company, and as a country, we are vaccinating millions of people quickly. It is fascinating to see how people nationwide are contributing to fight COVID-19 to get us back to normal. There is no playbook thus, as a nation, it is all hands on deck,” Ashok Mathur, Founder & CEO, Patagonia Health. COVID-19 has ...
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CDC Beefs up on COVID-19 Reimbursement

The CDC and NCHS are making great strides to fund the relief effort of COVID-19. With vaccine distribution at an all time high, clinics across America are searching for ways to provide care to communities through doses, screenings, and hospital care. With the ongoing pandemic, clinicians across the United States are in need of assistance to ...
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The Impact of COVID-19 on HealthcareThe Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare

Throughout many economic downturns it has commonly been stated that healthcare is “safe.” The logic behind this was people always get sick or hurt and need medical care. COVID-19 has turned that theory upside down. As the threat of coronavirus ramped up, hospitals, health systems and private practices heavily reduced non-emergency services to prepare for ...
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Telehealth is Here to StayTelehealth is Here to Stay

Convenience, access beyond clinical hours, and increased continuity of care are just a few of the key benefits in providing telehealth. While virtual care has seen an increase during COVID-19, telehealth is here to stay. Check out our infographic to learn more.
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Telehealth Best Practices: Enhancing “Webside” MannerTelehealth Best Practices: Enhancing "Webside" Manner

Staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic continues to increase the use of telehealth among healthcare professionals. 75% of individuals in the U.S. who have behavioral health conditions are continuing therapy services during COVID-19. Additionally, virtual care has increased 1.6x since the summer of 2019.  And telehealth is here to stay. Convenience, access beyond clinical hours, ...
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Mental Health Awareness MonthMental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. But mental health is more than a month. In order to stop the stigma, communication must continue around the importance of mental health all year. Specifically, during the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health has become a national conversation. The Kaiser Family Foundation reported in late April over half of U.S. ...
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