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Care Guidance Programs: Transforming Chronic Care Management for a More Equitable Future

We’re excited to share a recent article published in Medical Economics by Tina Graham, COO of Guideway Care, that sheds light on the transformative potential of care guidance programs in the realm of chronic care management (CCM). CCM plays a pivotal role in bridging the gap between healthcare providers and their vulnerable patients. Those at […]

Guideway Care In Group Practice Journal!

Discover how the payvider model is revolutionizing healthcare delivery in the United States in our article published in Group Practice Journal, an American Medical Group Association (AMGA) publication. Introductory paragraph below and read the full article here: May / June Issue of Group Practice Journal Providers and payers in the U.S. healthcare system have been […]
Craig Parker

Guideway Care CEO, Craig Parker, Selected to Present at Health Insights Fall Forum, Addresses Growing Need for Alternative Care Approaches

Guideway Care’s chief executive officer, Craig Parker, will co-present with David Randall, chief strategy officer, UAB Health System at the Health Insights Fall 2022 Forum, Thursday, October 27, New Orleans, LA. Parker will share Guideway Care’s perspectives and experiences in alternative patient interaction methods – from care at home to non-clinical navigation, and will share […]

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Improving The Cancer Patient Journey

Improving The Cancer Patient Journey

With cancer on the rise, it’s more important than ever that medical practices have the right tools at their disposal to improve the patient journey and help them in a more comprehensive way. From understanding symptoms to giving more accurate diagnoses to creating mindful therapies, let’s talk about some of the ways that we can […]
Communication And Patient Centered Care: What You Need To Know

Communication And Patient Centered Care: What You Need To Know

When it comes to health care practices, patient centered care is of the utmost importance. You should always take a patient-first approach. That way you can improve health outcomes and ultimately prevent costly mistakes. That being said, let’s talk about communication and person centered care in greater detail. What Is Patient Centered Care? Patient centered […]

Care Guidance Aligns with Medicare Advantage VBID Model, Now Extended Through 2030 

Key Points: To address Social determinants of health (SDoH) among at-risk managed care beneficiaries, CMS announces that its Medicare Advantage (MA) Value-Based Insurance Design (VBID) Model is extended through 2030. This includes changes specifically focused on health-related social detriment challenges and associated patient needs. For example, under this Model, participating MA plans may provide patients with […]

Health Inequities, Social Determinants of Health Could Be Underlying Factors Impacting U.S. Life Expectancy

Key Points: A recent National Public Radio (NPR) story, Live free and die? The sad state of U.S. life expectancy, digs into why Americans experience more diseased conditions and higher rates of early mortality compared to other nations. This story comes on the heels of Federal health officials confirming that life expectancy in America had […]
What Is Quality Improvement In Healthcare?

What Is Quality Improvement In Healthcare?

When healthcare managers aim to set targets for their company, this is called quality improvement. Quality improvement is an essential part of any healthcare organization. However, this term can be somewhat vague at times. Therefore, what does quality improvement in health care really mean? Well, in this article, let’s talk about the definition as well as […]
The 4 Key Pillars of Patient Experience

The 4 Key Pillars of Patient Experience

When it comes to health care, improving the patient experience is of the utmost importance. After all, they’re the ones who pay the bills and keep your practice going. However, many hospitals and private practice facilities don’t understand the correct priorities when it comes to treating patients in the best way possible. And that’s because […]
How Technology-Enabled Bundled Payments in Healthcare Can Improve Your Success

How Technology-Enabled Bundled Payments in Healthcare Can Improve Your Success

In today’s day and age, healthcare organizations must approach their care coordination with the utmost scrutiny. Custom communication, efficiency, and productivity are key. For these aims, bundling payments is one way to achieve organizational outcomes. This is especially important with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and  bundled payment initiatives. Furthermore, the Comprehensive […]
The Impact Of AI On Health Equity

The Impact Of AI On Health Equity

AI is becoming increasingly popular across the world, and it also promises to change healthcare as we know it. In fact, AI can help enhance health equity. This is both true at the point of care and with regard to decision making in clinical practice. So in this article, let’s talk about how data and […]

Medical Group Management Association Features Care Guidance

In Guideway Care’s latest article, which was just published in MGMA Connections, our CEO discusses how medical group practices can: To read this article in its entirety, click here. When the Medical Group Management Association published a survey nearly 10 years ago, the results revealed major challenges to running a group practice – many of […]
Health Care Ethics: How to Improve Patient Outcomes

Health Care Ethics: How to Improve Patient Outcomes

Ethics in healthcare is an important topic. It can become an issue in a lot of contexts. For instance, if a patient has particular cultural beliefs that conflict with healthcare treatment, this can cause concerns. Or if a patient even refuses to take treatment, this is another problem. Sometimes healthcare members can make big mistakes […]

NERVES Showcases Care Guidance

Guideway Care provides information, resources and support to help neurosurgery practice managers and administrators strengthen their practices. “Care Guidance Helps Neurology Groups Advance Health Equity, Impact Patient Outcomes, Achieve Goals of Value-Based Care Arrangements” Coinciding with National MS Education and Awareness Month, March 2023, NERVES published this article from Guideway Care which focuses attention on […]

24,000 Healthcare Providers Across 5,600 Clinics: Workforce Challenges, High Expenses

2022 was a tough year for staffing in key direct patient care roles, per the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) 2022 Report: Medical Group Operations and Finance Survey. Dr. Ed Partridge, Guideway Care’s chief medical officer, says “Based upon conversations with practices and hospitals across the country, this situation is unlikely to change in the […]

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Care Guidance Programs: Transforming Chronic Care Management for a More Equitable Future

We’re excited to share a recent article published in Medical Economics by Tina Graham, COO of Guideway Care, that sheds light on the transformative potential of care guidance programs in the realm of chronic care management (CCM). CCM plays a pivotal role in bridging the gap between healthcare providers and their vulnerable patients. Those at […]

Guideway Care In Group Practice Journal!

Discover how the payvider model is revolutionizing healthcare delivery in the United States in our article published in Group Practice Journal, an American Medical Group Association (AMGA) publication. Introductory paragraph below and read the full article here: May / June Issue of Group Practice Journal Providers and payers in the U.S. healthcare system have been […]
Craig Parker

Guideway Care CEO, Craig Parker, Selected to Present at Health Insights Fall Forum, Addresses Growing Need for Alternative Care Approaches

Guideway Care’s chief executive officer, Craig Parker, will co-present with David Randall, chief strategy officer, UAB Health System at the Health Insights Fall 2022 Forum, Thursday, October 27, New Orleans, LA. Parker will share Guideway Care’s perspectives and experiences in alternative patient interaction methods – from care at home to non-clinical navigation, and will share […]