Read More Olive Garden defends unlimited breadstick policy Pizza Hut’s test varies in the two markets. In Toledo, customers can create their own Skinny Slice pies with up to five toppings, with each slice having 300 calories or less. In West Palm Beach, customers can pick from one of six pre-determined pies, with each slice having 250 calories or less. The Skinny Slice pies are intended as a lighter version of Pizza Hut’s hand-tossed crusts; a plain slice of the regular hand-tossed pie has 300 calories, according to the chain’s website. A slice of the pan pizza has 350 calories and a slice of the “Thin `N Crispy” has 260 calories. Pizza Hut also http://www.kaskus.co.id/thread/53d37effbfcb17281c8b4788/madu-penyubur-kandungan-dan-obat-cepat-hamil-al-mabruroh-murah-100-berkualitas rolled out “Fit n’ Delicious” pies more than a decade ago that had even fewer calories than the new Skinny Slice pies by going lighter on toppings.
In addition to the 25 hospitals, Essia Health has partnered with Providence to support EMR go-lives at more than 130 clinics and seven affiliated community hospitals in six states. Essia Health has successfully partnered with organizations like Providence Health & Services to complete more than 100 hospital EMR go-lives. The companys experienced EMR implementation team manages EMR go-live trainings, customization labs, command center operations and at-the-elbow support for physicians and care teams. The team has supported go-lives for all major EMR systems, including Epic, Cerner and McKesson. About Essia Health Essia Health ensures clinical teams harness the full power of EMR technologies, enabling them to deliver the highest quality care and documentation while achieving appropriate reimbursement and operational efficiency.
Mountain View Healthcare Center Joins the Health Gorilla(TM), Inc. Online Marketplace – Yahoo Finance
Mountain View Healthcare Center Joins the Health Gorilla(TM), Inc. Online Marketplace Mountain View Healthcare Is the First Skilled Nursing Facility to Join Marketplace Health Gorilla 6 hours ago 0 shares Content preferences Done SUNNYVALE, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 17, 2014) – Health Gorilla, Inc., the first online healthcare marketplace to connect doctors and clinicians with over 9,000+ diagnostic labs and 35,000+ radiology centers, and Mountain View Healthcare Center have announced a new multi-year agreement which extends Mountain View Healthcare Center’s services through the Health Gorilla Marketplace.As a premier skilled nursing facility in the Bay Area, Mountain View Healthcare Center serves Northern California with 122 Medicare and Medicaid certified beds. “Mountain View Healthcare Center is the first skilled nursing facility (SNF) to formally join the Health Gorilla marketplace,” said Steven Yaskin, Chief Executive Officer.”Our marketplace now enables partners such as Mountain View Healthcare Center to place orders for diagnostic lab and radiology center services electronically.Test results can be shared immediately with both Mountain View Healthcare Center and their ambulatory physicians.Results and related communications are delivered directly to physician’s desktop computer, iPhone, or iPad mini instead of paper and fax transmission.The physician can also respond with instructions directly to the SNF staff.This eliminates a significant portion of the faxing, phone calls, and delay.Communications are improved substantially. ” Mountain View Healthcare Center primarily focuses on short-term rehabilitation providing 24-Hour skilled nursing care and daily intensive rehabilitative services — Physical Therapy (PT), Occupational Therapy (OT) and Speech Therapy (ST).Their facilities include two designated short-term rehabilitation wings consisting of 44 semi-private beds.Mountain View Healthcare Center is also one of the only Skilled Nursing Facilities in the Bay Area with a designated 32-bed Alzheimer’s Dementia Unit.Further, Mountain View Healthcare Center has a licensed geriatric nurse practitioner on staff.
Health exchange costs could top $1 billion – Lowell Sun Online
The administration also took issue with Archambault not differentiating between federal and state tax dollars and using charts in the report that compare two years of Connector costs to single years of spending on public health, early education, housing and economic development. “We know the Pioneer Institute is fundamentally opposed to the Affordable Care Act. They are not an objective source of expertise or analysis on the cost of implementation and this is an attempt to misrepresent to advance their policy issues on political grounds,” Shor said. The administration initially received $174 million from the federal government to build its state-based health exchange under the ACA. When the first site failed, the state hired new contractors to rebuild the site and now estimate that it will cost an additional $80 million to finish the IT project.