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Scientific field: Healthcare Services >> Healthcare Administration  Time period: 2017 - 2018 List of Priority-Certificates (in the above field) Top 100 ideas & discoveries (in the above field) List of Priority-Claims (Healthcare Administration) 1. A new strategy and procedure for monitoring the needs of persons with chronic diseases, by  Karen Smith and Vera Yang (Feb 11, 2015). 2. A new strategy for controlling costs and avoiding unnecessary medical procedures in large healthcare providing institutions, by Ann Mendoza (Feb 11, 2015). 3. A new strategy and procedure for reducing the number of unnecessary back and spine surgeries, by  Mala Chopra (Feb 11, 2015). 4. A new method and strategy for identifying and flagging over-billing of Medicare and Medicaid patients, by  Sarah Condit (Feb 11, 2015). 5. A new strategy and method for protecting patient privacy and for protecting against theft of medical records, by  John Phelps (Feb 11, 2015). 6. A new strategy and procedure for identifying patients suffering from major internal bleeding in emergency departments, by  Hong Yu (Feb 11, 2015). 7. A new strategy and procedure for monitoring the needs of persons with chronic diseases, by  Karen Smith and Vera Yang (Feb 11, 2015). 8. A new strategy for controlling costs and avoiding unnecessary medical procedures in large healthcare providing institutions, by  Corinne Mendoza (Feb 11, 2015). 9. A new strategy and procedure for reducing the number of unnecessary back and spine surgeries, by  Mala Chopra (Feb 11, 2015). 10. A new method and strategy for identifying and flagging over-billing of Medicare and Medicaid patients, by  Sarah Condit (Feb 11, 2015). 11. A new strategy and method for protecting patient privacy and for protecting against theft of medical records, by  John Phelps (Feb 11, 2015). 12. A new strategy and procedure for identifying patients suffering from major internal bleeding in emergency departments, by  Hong Yu (Feb 11, 2015). 13. A new strategy and procedure for monitoring the needs of persons with chronic diseases, by  Karen Smith and Vera Yang (Feb 11, 2015). 14. A new strategy for controlling costs and avoiding unnecessary medical procedures in large healthcare providing institutions, by  Corinne Mendoza (Feb 11, 2015). 15. A new strategy and procedure for reducing the number of unnecessary back and spine surgeries, by  Mala Chopra (Feb 11, 2015). 16. A new method and strategy for identifying and flagging over-billing of Medicare and Medicaid patients, by  Sarah Condit (Feb 11, 2015). 17. A new strategy and method for protecting patient privacy and for protecting against theft of medical records, by  John Phelps (Feb 11, 2015). see all priority-claims in the above field (342 published priority-claims)
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