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Compliance Is the Core : By Pariksith Singh, MD

This is perhaps the most important essay I have written on health care. These are my conclusions after 15 years of trying to create a robust compliance system in our organization. These conclusions represent my challenges to myself and to our teams and how they have rallied wonderfully over the years to any curveballs I have thrown to them. I confess we have been far from perfect. Nevertheless, in this case, as in so many wonderful things about life, our failures became our success.

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Access 2 Calypso Passes CMS Audit

Spring Hill, Florida (May 5, 2020) – Access 2 Healthcare Physicians, LLC, a Hernando County company founded by Pariksith Singh, MD, is proud to announce that its Calypso Care, a comprehensive utilization management software program, recently passed a Source System Validation (SSV) audit by the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) with zero deficiencies. The CMS conducted the SSV audit while conducting an audit of a national health care plan’s Utilization Management processes, of which, A2HCP is contracted as a delegate.

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COVID-ECTOMY : By Pariksith Singh, MD

Once a surgeon always a surgeon. Yes, I operated on eyes many moons ago. And the first lesson was when a patient is bleeding, all courtesies are off. Clamp that bleeder right away. Ligate it. Cauterize it. Then you will have all the time to address details later. Save life first. If the patient lives, you will have the leisure for questions and explanations. Save the eye. We will be courteous later. A surgeon sees a world differently. No time for theory if there is an emergency. You need to act. Now.

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The Digital Transformation of Medical Practices By Pariksith Singh, MD

Digital transformation is bandied about too easily these days. But for the true digital transformation of medical practice to occur, it is not just the technological challenges one needs to consider, but also other aspects. It is the need of the hour but to do it correctly without posing dangers to patients or providers.

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MRA Compliance: Challenges and Opportunities : By Pariksith Singh, MD

Medicare Risk Adjustment (MRA) is one of the keystones of successful managed care and accountable care practices, organizations, and associations. While a successful program can pitchfork an organization into immense success, it can also open it to significant vulnerabilities, deficiencies, and risks.

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5 Tips For Staying Healthy During Quarantine

It’s hard to believe how quickly the world changed since social distancing became a top priority across the globe. With Safer at Home orders enforced and social distancing in full effect, we’re spending the majority of our days at home. Unfortunately, without the normalcy of a routine, it can be easy to fall into a sedentary lifestyle.

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4 Common Myths About COVID-19

It appears media outlets release new information about COVID-19 every few minutes. While we’re lucky enough to have quick and easy access to such pertinent information, not all news is created equally. Some coronavirus coverage shares false information that does more harm than good. To clear up any confusion about the coronavirus, let’s break down 4 common myths about COVID-19.

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Cancer and COVID-19: What You Need to Know

We’re learning new information about the coronavirus every day, but one thing we know for sure is that immunocompromised individuals are more vulnerable to serious complications from the virus.

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3 Simple Ways to Stay Healthy at Home

With gyms temporarily closed and all this extra time at home, it can be difficult to find the motivation to exercise and make healthy choices. Luckily, one of our physicians, Dr. Jude A. Pierre, explains 3 simple ways to stay healthy at home.

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Passion and a Giving Heart

Diana Brijbag is committed, to say the very least. She has worked with Dr. Denner and Dr. Miller for 27 years, and together they have been with Access Health Care for 5 years. She explains how when they were first coming on board with the company, she told herself, “I don’t need any negativity. I’m opening myself up to positivity, and that’s it.

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The Access Hospitalist Program and the People Behind it

To learn more about the Access Hospitalist program, I sat down with Debra Ludlow, the Access Health Care Patient Care Coordinator, who has 25 years of experience in the field.  As she explains the whole program in detail, it is clear that patient advocacy is her heart and soul. “Patients need it.

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National Napping Day - Do's and Don'ts of Napping

Whether you are sleep deprived or simply looking for a way to relax, a nap probably sounds like a great idea. But did you know that napping at the wrong time or for the wrong reasons can actually harmful? We’re here to help clear the air and share with you the do’s and don’ts of napping.

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Cholesterol - Back to Basics

We all know the word. But do you know what cholesterol is?

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Women's Heart Health

While heart attacks are more common in men than women overall, research now shows that certain risk factors may affect women more. Come along as we break down some of these risk factors.

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Back to Basics: Heart Attack

In this article, we will discuss what a heart attack is, common treatments, life after a heart attack, and ways to reduce your risk of having another heart attack.

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Three Simple Hobbies for Your Health

Although trying to find a new hobby seems like a daunting task, there are actually simply ways to start one and receive its health benefits. Each of the simple hobbies in this blog have a plethora of positive health benefits that you are sure to notice once you start.

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The Scoop on Poop

While poop may not be the most pleasant topic to talk about, it can be an excellent indicator of your overall health.

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Modify Your Office Space to Improve Your Health

For most, spending up to 10 hours a day working in an office is a reality. Creating a healthy and uplifting office space can help make those hours feel a little more comfortable and even boost productivity.

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