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Orb Health Unites with Bueno Healthcare to Drive Expanded Patient Access in Puerto Rico

first_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Twitter Pinterest Facebook RICHARDSON, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Orb Health, the leader in Enterprise Virtual Care for scaling Patient Access, Chronic Care, and beyond, announced today it has partnered with healthcare visionary Bueno Healthcare to expand patient coordination across multiple health services for the people of Puerto Rico. Orb Health’s unique solution has driven unparalleled patient outcomes across diverse patient populations and will empower Bueno’s healthcare provider partners to achieve these same results without adding additional infrastructure, resources, or employees. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209006100/en/ “Puerto Rico is a rich tapestry of vibrant people that utilize a diverse range of healthcare options. However, they are missing key services for chronic care management, as well as a cohesive way to coordinate their care so they can maximize their health,” said Armando J. Collazo, Founder and Chairman Bueno Healthcare. “We searched for an established partner that not only expanded patient access and provided proven outcomes in Chronic Care but also shared our vision for transforming healthcare into a patient-centric service that drives real change in the wellbeing of the chronically ill and beyond.” Enterprise Virtual Care™ rapidly expands patient access and enables the highly effective delivery of chronic care, patient support, and outbound clinical campaigns (such as COVID-19 vaccine coordination) as a virtual extension of the health system without adding staff, apps, infrastructure, or budget. Orb Health’s partner-based approach effectively scales care capacity as a seamless, collaborative experience that maintains the practices high standards of patient care. Patients realize improved access, outcomes, and satisfaction while the health systems and centers increase reimbursements, advance quality measures, and bend the economics of healthcare. An independent Patient Outcomes study on the real-world results of Orb Health’s solution showed a 54% decrease in Emergency Department (ED) visits for Chronic Care patients with 6 or more chronic conditions within 9 months of implementation resulting in $6.22 million of projected annual Medicare savings per 1,000 patients. On the patient access side, Orb Health produced a 22% increase in schedule utilization resulting in 2.8 additional patient visits a year while reducing overall patient costs by 26%. “Orb Health has enabled health systems and centers to be successful by rapidly expanding patient access through a turn-key, scalable solution that proactively services patients as an extension of the practice without needing additional resources or personnel,” said Bryan Krastins, CEO at Orb Health. “By combining our technology and services with Bueno Healthcare, we have the perfect solution to help providers in Puerto Rico expand the care coordination capabilities of their practices that result in proven patient outcomes. This result is nothing short of transformational for the people of Puerto Rico.” About Orb Health Orb Health is based in Richardson, Texas, and partners with leading Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), healthcare systems, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Community Health Centers (CHCs), and Revenue Cycle Management firms to improve patient outcomes and accelerate the transition to value-based profitability. Our industry-leading Enterprise Virtual Care™ solution enables providers to seamlessly increase care capacity for chronic care, patient support, and outbound campaigns that deliver reimbursable, collaborative, patient-centric care coordination as an extension of the practice without requiring additional staff, applications, or office space. All stakeholders in the patient’s outcome work as a cohesive unit through a holistic approach that drives significantly improved patient outcomes and satisfaction while increasing reimbursements and lowering the cost curve of chronic care and beyond. For more information, please visit orbhealth.com. About Bueno Healthcare BuenoPR LLC is a smart digital holding & management company based in Puerto Rico that evolved from Programa Educativo de Salud Integral, Inc., a company that operated in Puerto Rico from 1994 – 2010, that managed over 600,000 Medicare & Medicaid chronic care patients annually. We are focused on building smart, scalable healthcare infrastructure, driven by clinical data, that proactively and intelligently manages our Hispanic population’s healthcare risks and conditions. We bring together, innovative, tech-driven companies that enhance our mission of offering the best care through a smart ecosystem that drives transformative economic & health-based outcomes. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209006100/en/ CONTACT: Media Contacts: For Orb Health Chad Jones, Chief Strategy Officer [email protected]| 857-891-4283 For Bueno Armando James, Founder & Chairman [email protected]| 787.249.5102 KEYWORD: CARIBBEAN PUERTO RICO UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA TEXAS INDUSTRY KEYWORD: DIABETES HEALTH FINANCE AUTOMOTIVE SURGERY PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MENTAL HEALTH MANAGED CARE INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITALS GENETICS OTHER AUTOMOTIVE CARDIOLOGY SOURCE: Orb Health Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 03:00 PM/DISC: 02/09/2021 03:01 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209006100/en Facebook Orb Health Unites with Bueno Healthcare to Drive Expanded Patient Access in Puerto Rico Twittercenter_img Previous articleFührende DACH-basierte globale Röchling-Gruppe entscheidet sich für die Saas-Plattform für Critical Event Management (CEM) von Everbridge zur Sicherheit der Beschäftigen und Geschäfts-/IT-BelastbarkeitNext articleArab spacecraft enters orbit around Mars in historic flight Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp TAGS  Pinterest Local NewsBusiness WhatsApplast_img read more

NAFCU adds to Congressional Caucus speaker list

first_imgRep. Denny Heck, D-Wash., lead cosponsor of H.R. 2769, the “Credit Union Risk-Based Capital Study Act of 2015,” will speak during NAFCU’s Political Administrative Fund breakfast during the association’s Congressional Caucus next month in Washington.NAFCU’s Political Administrative Fund breakfast will include a private conversation with Heck, a member of the House Financial Services Committee, on current issues facing credit unions. Attendees can sign up for the breakfast here.NAFCU has also confirmed Joyce Raezer, executive director of the National Military Family Association, for the Defense Credit Union Summit, which is taking place Sept. 16, in conjunction with the Congressional Caucus. The summit will feature military-focused speakers and discussions of the issues facing credit unions that serve members of the military. Reps. Joe Heck, R-Nev., and Jeff Miller, R-Fla., have also been confirmed as speakers for NAFCU’s Defense Credit Union Summit.Also recently confirmed to speak during the general session at NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus is Brian Peretti, financial services critical infrastructure program manager for the Treasury Department’s Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Compliance Policy. He will address data and cybersecurity trends and best practices. continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

MICE organizers can work with COVID-19 task force to monitor health protocols: Tourism ministry

first_img#socialdistance #avoidcrowd #covid19taskforce #usesoap #mothermessage #wearmask #keepyourdistance #washyourhand Read also: Indonesia second most confident in Southeast Asia about reopening tourism, study finds“Up until now, we haven’t treated any visitors [with such symptoms] because we already implement preventive measures for visitors at the port and when they board a boat to [the island],” he said.Similarly, Grand Mall Batam has an isolation ward on the building’s ground floor. “We also provide an ambulance if we need to transport a visitor to a health facility,” said the mall’s marketing communication officer, Vivi.Separately, the ministry’s general affairs and legal division head, Dessy Ruhati, said each regional administration had the authority to decide which tourist destinations were ready for reopening.However, she added that the administrations needed to evaluate the tourist sites thoroughly and their ability to implement COVID-19 health protocols before allowing them to resume operations. “We really hope that the public and the tourism community will comply with the health protocols, including wearing masks, washing their hands and physical distancing,” said Dessy.“It will be unfortunate for all of us if one destination is reopened but people surrounding the site [and visitors] neglect the rules, because we never know which of one of us has the virus.”Indonesia has set a limit of allowing only 5 million foreign visitors into the country until the end of the year. Last year, Indonesia welcomed a total of 17 million foreign visitors. (nkn) Titik said local administrations could request the deployment of COVID-19 task force officers at tourist destinations. Many tourist destinations and entertainment establishments in Batam have strictly applied a set of rules set by the ministry, which covers hygiene, health, safety and sustainability.The Kepri Coral marine resort in Batam, for example, has created an isolation unit for visitors.“We have a health clinic with an isolation facility,” said Kepri Coral general manager Eddy C Lumawe, adding that it was available for visitors who showed symptoms like coughing, fever and shortness of breath. The Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry has encouraged organizers of meeting, incentive, convention and exhibition (MICE) events and tourist destination operators to work closely with local COVID-19 task forces in implementing health protocols during the pandemic.Titik Lestari, the ministry’s coordinator for MICE, said most tourist destinations in the country were already applying health protocols but not all had proper monitoring teams to make sure they were properly implemented.“The monitoring can be applied to both guests and destination operators,” she said during an event in Batam as quoted by tempo.co on Saturday, adding that the COVID-19 task force had the ability to monitor.center_img Editor’s note: This article is part of a public campaign by the COVID-19 task force to raise the public’s awareness about the pandemic. Topics :last_img read more

Collateralised loan obligations gain traction with German institutions

first_imgBarbara Pohlmann, portfolio manager at Union Investment, said securitisations were “largely immune” to interest rate movements.Analysts at investment bank Wells Fargo have forecast a new record high of for CLO issuance this year of roughly $150bn (€129bn), beating the previous high of $123.6bn in 2014.Growing interest in structured credit from institutional investors – including typically more conservative German allocators – reflected a maturing market, but Swiss consultancy Siglo also noted a psychological effect in the wake of the 2008-09 financial crisis.“The promised high liquidity of a lot of funds and [exchange-traded funds] containing illiquid instruments drives cold sweat down our backs,” the analysts said in a newsletter.They added that investors had learned that “illiquid investments are more consequent in their illiquidity and therefore hold less potential for negative surprises”.The Siglo research team warned about asset-liability mismatch in times of crisis if all investors and managers wanted to get rid of assets at the same time.With truly illiquid strategies and products, the investors should be aware from the start that these investments cannot be sold easily on short notice, Siglo said.“In a time of low interest rates it would be a shame not to look into illiquidity premiums as they can significantly raise the expected return,” Siglo added. Two major asset managers have launched collateralised loan obligations (CLO) funds in Germany in recent weeks as appetite grows for the asset class.US-based Neuberger Berman and Germany’s Union Investment have both launched their first CLO products.Neuberger Berman’s fund – registered in Germany, Austria and Switzerland – focuses on CLO mezzanine investments, while Union’s structured credit product invests “mainly” in CLOs.Dik van Lomwel, head of EMEA and Latin America at Neuberger Berman, said: “We have seen significant interest from clients who are comfortable with non-investment grade credit and are looking to capture the additional yield and fundamental credit enhancement offered by CLO debt.”last_img read more

Kyrie Irving says Celtics ‘have come a long way’ after beating Pacers again

first_img Russell Westbrook ‘a man of his word,’ Thunder teammate Paul George says “We have come a long way,” Irving told reporters after the game. “We started off pretty horribly this season, we just had time to figure it out.”We’re all making sure we’re giving each other confidence and doing the little things to ensure we win. When you have that type of camaraderie, executing is a lot easier. “Now that the stakes are higher, with the pressure or whatever you want to call it, we’re settling into who we want to be, and that’s just an overall great team with everyone ready to play. (A team where) it could be anyone’s night. “The confidence is at a very high level when we know what everyone is capable of on the floor. You’ve just got to be ready to support that. It’s my responsibility to see where I can be aggressive.” [email protected] was a force to be reckoned with in Q4, getting it done on both ends and earning himself tonight’s Play of the Game honors. pic.twitter.com/lOpYk0VjsX— Boston Celtics (@celtics) April 20, 2019Asked about the significance of winning on the road to go up 3-0, Irving said: “It’s a great step. “They (the Pacers) were playing with a desperate mentality; they didn’t want to go down 3-0. Game 4 is going to be even higher intensity, but this is a great stepping stone for us to keep going after the overall big picture – and that’s to keep getting closer and closer to 16 wins. That’s all it takes.”Celtics coach Brad Stevens was full of praise for Irving after the game, as was opposing coach Nate McMillan. Kyrie Irving says the Celtics’ impressive start to the NBA playoffs proves how far they have come as a team after a difficult regular season.The Celtics had to settle for the No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference, but a 104-96 road win over the Pacers on Friday put them 3-0 up in their first-round series. “Kyrie, some of the shots he hit, he had the driving layup which was a good move but then the little floating shot he hit was just a joke. He’s ridiculous,” Stevens said.”He’s a great player,” McMillan said, “he’s a playmaker, he’s a guy that does a great job of reading the defense.”He’s unselfish – if you’re committing two to the ball, he’s giving it up. You’ve got to kind of just pick your poison.”#Celtics @KyrieIrving scores 19 PTS and hands out 10 AST, helping the @celtics go up 3-0 in the series! #NBAPlayoffsGame 4: Sunday (4/21), 1pm/et, ABC pic.twitter.com/cKu5HWaMmy— NBA (@NBA) April 20, 2019center_img NBA playoffs wrap 2019: Raptors hold off Magic; Celtics extend lead over Pacers Jaylen Brown had 23 points, while Irving had 19 along with 10 assists to follow up his game-high 37-point performance in Game 2.Indiana led 61-59 at halftime, but the Celtics seized control with a 9-2 run to close out the third quarter and they led the rest of the way. Related Newslast_img read more

Warriors Report: Has the matchup with the Thunder lost its luster?

first_img“ … OAKLAND — The Warriors wrapped up shootaround Wednesday morning in anticipation of Wednesday’s matchup against the Thunder.Here are the biggest takeaways from the session.Has the Thunder-Warriors matchup lost its luster?Durant has played against the Thunder eight times since he left Oklahoma City to sign with the Warriors in 2016, beating his former team six of the eight games. Heading into his latest matchup with Oklahoma City, Durant says the matchup isn’t what it used to be.last_img

Captain’s Diary – Nathan Jones

first_imgIn the second edition, Australian Men’s Open captain, Nathan Jones, speaks about how it feels to be captain of the side and his memories from the 2007 World Cup in South Africa.  Nathan Jones on:Being named captain of the Australian Men’s Open team:It was a special feeling to be named captain and it’s an achievement I am very proud of. We have a great ‘team’ culture in the current Men’s Open team and I feel extremely privileged and honoured to be able to lead such a talented team at the World Cup.His past Australian captains and what he has learnt from them: I have had two previous captains in the Men’s Open team in Gavin Shuker and Drumayne Dayberg-Muir. Both have different personalities and leadership styles. Drum was a dominant player on the field for our team and would lead in that respect whereas Shukes did a lot of work behind the scenes with tactics and game plans. I have my own ideas on captaincy so there will be differences between us but if I can have the same success as these guys I’ll be happy. His memories of the 2007 World Cup: Aside from visiting New Zealand a couple of times, South Africa was my first real experience overseas. The tour started with a couple of days sightseeing which included a visit to Table Mountain in Cape Town and a bus tour around the Western Cape. One memory that has stayed with me is when we drove past a shanty town on the way back from the bus tour. On one side of the road are rusty tin shacks as far as you can see and the other side are two storey houses surrounded by 10 metre high fences. The difference in living conditions and the poverty experienced by some South Africans was unbelievable. The days sightseeing allowed us to take in some of the culture and gain a greater appreciation for the country before we got down to business. The opening ceremony was a great experience and obviously winning the final but what I remember most is the dressing room before the final. I have never been in a more intense and passionate dressing room before a game. I can’t remember exactly what was said (I’m sure Trady had a very motivational speech) but the feeling and atmosphere was incredible.His individual training in the lead up to the World Cup: After injuring my ankle at the National Touch League, I have been doing some alternative training which has included some pool sessions with Australian Mixed Open captain Ryan Pollock. While Ryan’s freestyle technique has improved his backstroke still resembles an octopus falling out of a tree. Aside from swimming I have been fitting in some cycling, gym and running sessions before and after my long days at work.Stay tuned to the website to hear from Australia’s other captains, with insight into Australia’s preparation in the lead up to the World Cup.   With only 38 days to go until the 2011 Federation of International Touch World Cup, be sure to be regularly visiting the Touch Football Australia website to keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and information. Don’t forget to become a fan of Touch Football Australia on Facebook and Twitter in the lead up to the 2011 World Cup to find out all you need to know about Australia’s World Cup campaign: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Touch-Football-Australia/384949403384 www.twitter.com/touchfootyauslast_img read more

7 days ago​AC Milan reveal continuing losses for 2018/19

first_imgTagsSerie A NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your say ​AC Milan reveal continuing losses for 2018/19by Ian Ferris7 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan are set to post a loss of €145.9 million (US$162.3 million ) for the 2018/19 season, according to their latest financial filings, reports, www.sportspromedia.com/.The figure makes for grim reading for the Serie A club, with losses approximately €20 million (US$22.3 million ) greater than the previous year.Revenue has also fallen 6.1 per cent to €241.1 million (US$268.8 million), according to the filing. This is despite an increase in revenue from broadcast rights, which rose from €113.8 million (US$126.9 million) to €113.8 million (US$22.3 million).The decline can partly be attributed to revenues from sponsorship income, which fell from €44.7 million (US$49.6 million) to €38 million (US$42.3 million), player management, down from €42 million (US$46.6 million) to €25.5 million (US$28.4 million) , and competition revenue, which dropped from €35.3 million (US$39.3 million ) to €34.1 million (US$37.8 million).Milan also saw business costs increase, jumping 5.1 per cent to €373 million (US$415 million).Personnel costs rose more than €34 million (US$37.7 million) to €184.8 million (US$205.5 million), with depreciation and amortisation increasing from €86.4 million (US$96.1 million) to €89.1 million (US$99.1 million). last_img read more