Scottsdale Cure Corridor Gains Neuro Center

by Matt Classen

HonorHealth has broken ground on a $44-million Neuroscience Institute, located at the Scottsdale Osborn Medical Center campus. The 120,000-square-foot, five-story multidisciplinary neurological care center will provide the local community with a centralized hub for spin and neuro-related conditions, like ALS and MS. The comprehensive, multidisciplinary neurological care … [More]

Filling the Care Gap between Care Visits

by RaeAnne Marsh

IMNA Solutions, an Israel-based software company with its U.S. headquarters in Scottsdale, provides real-time monitoring and interventions in-between clinic visits to support ongoing relationship between patients and care teams. Its IMNA Health platform optimizes recommendations for patient management that improve quality of care and reduce hospital visits and cost of … [More]

$4-Million Dementia Care Addition

by Matt Classen

Senior living community Brookdale Central Paradise Valley recently opened a new Alzheimer’s and dementia care program. This project represents a more than $4 million investment and the creation of 18 new jobs in the Phoenix area. There were 140,000 people in Arizona living with Alzheimer’s and dementia in 2018, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, which estimates this … [More]

Partnership Prepares for Flu Season

by Matt Classen

Every year, the flu affects hundreds of thousands of people; Valley companies Veyo and FastMed Urgent Care have teamed up to provide complimentary flu shots to all Veyo drivers this season. FastMed Urgent Care — which performs more than 10,000 flu shots every year — has 30 clinics located in Arizona, making it convenient for Veyo drivers to stop by and get their flu … [More]

How to Get Patients to Use the Patient Portal

by Dana Bensinger

It’s a question that persistently confounds healthcare providers: how to keep patients from leaving their network. This desire to prevent patient leakage stems from more than wanting to protect the bottom line. When patients go out of network, provider-to-provider communication is limited if it takes place at all, which puts patients at risk. This also sets the stage for the … [More]