In my short tenure as a product designer, I’ve been through some interesting experiences with our products. Here are a few things I’ve learned …
As our Clinical Transformation Consultant, Carleen assists Medalogix in furthering the development of Medalogix’s end-of-life analytics technology solution—Medalogix Bridge. Carleen has 20 years of palliative care experience in hospice clinical and operational leadership, healthcare informatics management and consulting. She’s here to share some tips to help clinicians identify patients who may be appropriate for hospice earlier.
With Medalogix being headquartered in Nashville, TN you might not expect to see a blog discuss the similarities between analytics-based home health population health management and a surf break. If you bear with me for about 800 words, I promise I’ll connect the dots.
This weekend we head to Austin, Texas for one of Home Health’s premier events—Home Care 100. Every year, we attend alongside top executives from the nation's largest home care and hospice providers to participate in education, networking and recreation activities
Is it ever too early to starting talking about and making plans for what is important to you at the end of life? This question moved front and center after I read a story about a little girl named Julianna Snow.
Earlier this week, we spent some time at Alive Hospice to help them take down their Christmas lights. We got all bundled up and had a great time. After all, the team that volunteers together, stays together.
This is the second year we've been able to help Alive with this task, and we hope to make it an annual tradition. Below you'll find a Q&A with their communications manager that may give you a deeper understanding of hospice care.