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Healthcare in the Age of COVID-19: What Will Change?

The world has spent the better part of a year trying to navigate all of the changes and variables brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially those within the healthcare landscape. Hospital systems are once again experiencing scarcity of resources as deaths and admissions continue to set record highs. Providers and patients alike have ...

By |January 20th, 2021|News & Events|

4 Must-Know Healthcare Trends and Statistics from 2020

2020 has changed the delivery of healthcare in several fundamental ways. While many of these changes are directly attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic, others have occurred outside the pandemic’s influence. These changes are likely to continue well into 2021, signaling key shifts in the delivery of healthcare for virtually every disease state, including medical ...

By |January 6th, 2021|News & Events|

What Have We Learned? 5 Healthcare Predictions for 2021

We can safely call 2020, among other things, the “Year of Healthcare.” It was a year that put health and wellness front and center by being swallowed up by a global pandemic, shining a lot on underutilized resources, opportunities for innovation, improvable areas, and different ways to help patients. It was a year that ...

3 Important Tips for Improving Adherence to Cardiovascular Medications

As cases of cardiovascular disease increase in the United States, there continues to be a problem with medication adherence among a considerable portion of this patient population. Data from the American College of Cardiology indicates that nearly half of all Americans suffer from some sort of heart disease. In the meantime, data from the ...

Being There without Being There: The Importance of Remotely Offering Behavioral Health Support

One of the most valuable lessons that we’ve learned in the healthcare landscape over the past 20 years is the importance of behavioral health in all areas of treatment delivery. It affects how patients interact with care providers, prioritize medication adherence, maintain diets, stay active, and manage all other areas of wellness. The World ...

The Heart of the Matter: Identifying and Addressing the Leading Causes of Hospital Readmissions for Cardiovascular Patients

The United States continues to see high rates of hospital readmissions for cardiovascular disease, despite the entirely preventable nature of these incidents. Data indicates that the national average for cardiac readmissions remains consistently at 21.9 percent. Between inconsistent engagement with their healthcare providers, lack of adherence to diet, fitness regimen and medication routine, and ...

How Lifestyle Contributes to Heart Disease and How to Address It

Despite the fact that lifestyle choices are one of the few things we can control, unhealthy lifestyle choices remain one of the main factors that can increase the risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart attack, and stroke. It was found that nearly half of all premature deaths may be due to unhealthy lifestyle ...

By |October 14th, 2020|BehavioralRx®|

7 Impactful Heart Disease Statistics

Cardiovascular disease, or heart disease, is one of the most prevalent health issues that Americans face in their lifetimes. Cardiovascular disease can include coronary artery disease, heart attack, high blood pressure, stroke, angina, and rheumatic heart disease, and remains the leading cause of death in the United States. Heart disease accounts for about one ...

By |October 1st, 2020|News & Events|

Speakers Bureau Spotlight: Meet Linda Roszak Burton

Linda Roszak Burton, ACC, BBC, BS, is Founder and Managing Partner of DRW, Inc., a leadership development and executive coaching firm. The firm supports the development of positive and healthy cultures, positive leaders, and engaged employees to further their mission-driven and values-based services. Linda combines the latest research in positive psychology, gratitude, and neuroscience in the ...

By |September 23rd, 2020|News & Events|