In the quest to improve its patient care quality and raising the standards of the treatment, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is working upon new measures.
The step came into light after a study, which stated that Medicaid programs across the nation has cut the funding for nursing by no less than $ 5.6 billion last year.
It was further revealed that the places like New York, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Illinois etc are facing the highest average Medicaid underfunding.
According to the report of American Medical News, an entirely new configuration namely Greenfield Projects is looked up to give foundation desired for changing the organization into a data-driven business.
The initiative is taken to provide a single resource to share the data and information between different insurance programmes. The step is expected to boost transparency in healthcare and to intimate the technological advancements.
The acceptance and implementation of such methods have long been a part of health care globally. This technology of electronic health records has ascended the patient's outcome thereby aiding in decision taking procedures.
Funds are allotted by Health Information Technology and Clinical Health Act to support the facilities of video conferencing between medical experts.
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