Rural Healthcare

Telehealth Advancements

Telehealth Projections

Advances in Telehealth Offers Key Lifelines in Care Management By: Afshan Ali- Vice President, Jackson + Coker Telehealth What do telehealth projections mean for our care continuum? How much can it help rural and underserved communities? Will telehealth adoption within hospitals and health systems take off as it has for the commercially insured? We’re all …

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Telehealth Solutions for Healthcare in Rural Communities

Improving healthcare access in rural communities. Telehealth is the answer for America’s underserved communities seeking better patient outcomes and happier physicians. Check out the stats below. Want to learn more about telehealth? Jackson + Coker created a completely custom suite of telehealth options to empower healthcare organizations to meet their patient needs. We offer telehealth …

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Challenges Faced by Rural Healthcare

Questions to ask and staying EEOC complaint throughout the physician interview process. Rural hospitals are in a fragile economic state. Since 2010, 106 rural hospitals have closed. At the time of this report, the Rural Health Web estimates another 700 rural hospitals – roughly one-third of the 1,875 rural community hospitals remaining – are vulnerable …

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Primary Care Salary

Why Primary Care Physician Salaries Are Increasing

Five Reasons to Explain This Salary Increase There are multiple factors that influence how much you make as a physician – including what specialty you practice. In the fields of Primary Care and Critical Care, America is facing increased demand and shortages of available physicians. Therefore, physicians are now positioned in the industry to earn …

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Improving Women’s Health in Alabama

Ways Alabama can move towards improving women’s health care. The Alabama Department of Public Health ranks access to care as the state’s second greatest health concern, followed by the third-most important concern: poor pregnancy outcomes. Alabama’s officials seek to reduce barriers to care and ensure all pregnant women receive prenatal care.  How can your facility move …

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