Staying healthy during the holidays is a top priority. This month, IAMHP focused on various areas of healthcare.
From vaccines and self-care, to addressing secondary prevention in diabetes in recognition of National
Diabetes Awareness Month, to solutions for improving member care, we’ve been just as busy as this holiday
season has already proven to be. However, we know how important health is now, more than ever, so we are grateful
to our partners and collaborators for helping us highlight some important topics and we hope you enjoy.
As always, be well and stay safe - and Happy Holidays!
The IAMHP Team
This month, IAMHP joined Trusted Partner VaxCare for a webinar on Sharpening Your Vaccine Program: Proven Methods and Tools to Help
Keep Costs Down. Vaccines are a cornerstone of preventative care, but they are expensive and time-consuming. Capital outlays for vaccine inventory
can often come in second to labor, nurses can spend up to 30 minutes per day on administrative tasks alone, and errors are difficult to recoup. Senior
Medical Director at VaxCare, Ralph Weubker, provided guidance on the key behaviors and processes to make vaccine management more efficient
and profitable while outlining key items that successful practices use to measure, track and benchmark their vaccine program management.
You can view the webinar via the link below:
Sara Howe, Senior Director at Third Horizon Strategies joined IAMHP CEO, Samantha Olds Frey,
to discuss wellness, self-care and handling change during the holiday season.
Electronic Visits Verification (EVV)
and Improving Member Care
In this episode, Samantha sits down with Lisa Dugan, Senior Director of Government Relations & Channel Partnering at HHaExchange,
to discuss Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) and how it can be used to improve member care.
The Importance of Secondary
Prevention in Addressing Diabetes
In this episode, Samantha talks with Dr. Sam Robinson, Founder & President of Canary Telehealth, and Carla Robinson, CEO of Canary
Telehealth, to discuss the work they’re doing in the diabetes space and how important it is in treating, managing and preventing diabetes complications.
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