Over the past 6 years, we have seen a lot of changes in health care, especially with regard to nephrology and technology. We are so happy to have had all of our readers along for the ride, and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for reading our posts every Monday.
We also want to thank our amazing blog authors who spend many long nights and weekends putting together the content we share with you. Thank you Terry Ketchersid, Dugan Maddux, and Diana Strubler —you are the reason the Acumen Blog has been so successful through the years. We appreciate all of your hard work, creativity, and insight into the world of health care. Additionally, we are grateful for our guest bloggers from this year—Ahmad Sharif, Carl Schick, Claudiu Coltea, and Megan McConnell—for their time and unique perspective into our practice. Lastly, we can’t forget our behind-the-scenes team. Thank you, Amy Bordoni, the Acumen blog team, and our team at McNeely Pigott & Fox. Cheers to another year!
In case you missed them, we pulled the 6 most popular blog posts from the past year:
- Clinical Practice Improvement Activities: The New Kid on the Block
- Meaningful Use in 2015-2017: Only 9 Objectives?
- The Human Condition in Structured and Unstructured Data
- How the MACRA Proposed Rule “Replaced” Meaningful Use
- The Meaningful Use Hardship Exception: To File or Not to File?
- MACRA, MIPS, and APMs: Clear as Mud?
Thank you again for your continued readership. We always love feedback! Do you have a topic you’d like for us to cover? Are you interested in being a guest blogger? Contact us and let us know! We would love to hear from you.
To celebrate our readers and the blog’s 6th anniversary, we are giving away some Acumen swag to 6 of our blog readers. To enter to win, simply comment on this post with the answers to the following questions:
- How do you feel about the weekly frequency of our blog posts?
- What types of topics do you enjoy reading about?
- What is the biggest struggle you have with regard to nephrology and health care IT?
- What would you most like to learn about in the next 12 months?
We look forward to hearing from you today and continuing the conversation in year 7.