Navigation Links
Desert Oasis Healthcare Featured in USA Today
Date:8/6/2009

PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Aug. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Desert Oasis Healthcare, an IPA and Medical Group affiliated with Heritage Provider Networks, is highlighted in a USA Today story discussing the country's most dominant concern: healthcare reform. In a story titled, "Seniors defend Medicare Plan Obama calls 'wasteful'," Desert Oasis is described as using "case managers who check on patients to coordinate care and reduce hospital readmissions."

(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090806/LA58319)

Dr. Marc Hoffing, medical director at Desert Oasis Healthcare accompanied Maurice Engleman, age 82 and Patricia Long, age 70, along with LaDonna Headley, Director of Case Management at Desert Oasis, to meet with numerous members of Congress, letting them know they fiercely want to protect their current level of healthcare coverage provided by Desert Oasis Healthcare. To reinforce their concerns, the group brought along boxes containing over 10,000 signed petitions from seniors in the Coachella Valley urging Congress to keep Medicare Advantage.

Desert Oasis implements Medicare Advantage that is far more economical and satisfactory for patients then the rest of the nation. "We serve 22,000 seniors and it is critically important we protect them and the quality, affordable care we provide for them through Medicare Advantage," said Dr. Hoffing. "There are no frills here and we wanted members of Congress to know we can do it better, smarter and more cost-effective, therefore preventing high rates of hospital readmissions."

Desert Oasis offers lower out-of-pocket costs for seniors, ensures more seniors have access to affordable, coordinated, preventative care. It provides a much broader range of services vital to an aging population. Desert Oasis has made substantial investments in electronic m
'/>"/>

SOURCE Heritage Provider Network; Desert Oasis Healthcare
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4

Related medicine news :

1. Chicago Making Progress Shrinking Vast Food Desert
2. Desert Oasis Recovery, an Albuquerque, New Mexico Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment Center Announces Their New Day Treatment Addiction Treatment Program
3. Desert Oasis Recovery, an Albuquerque, New Mexico Based Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center Announces a New Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment Program
4. HBO, the Arizona Alzheimers Consortium and the Alzheimers Association, Desert Southwest Chapter Present a Free Advance Screening of THE ALZHEIMERS PROJECT: Momentum In Science
5. National Alliance for Healthy Communities Sponsors High Desert Health Summit on Friday, October 10th
6. Local Returns as Doctor to Serve Communities of High Desert/Victor Valley & Apple Valley
7. Desert plant may hold key to surviving food shortage
8. Desert Radiologists Sets Safe Practice Standards
9. Large source of nitrate, a potential water contaminant, found in near-surface desert soils
10. Dr. Paul Bandt Celebrates 35th Anniversary With Desert Radiologists and a History of Healthcare in Las Vegas
11. WellPoint Foundation Awards Grants to OASIS to Expand Unique Active Generations Program
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/7/2015)... ... ... Silverado today issues its first update on construction of a new memory care ... in Bellingham, Washington. Cordata Design Review Board approved design and landscape plans for the ... local community. , The new complex – located at the 4400 block of Cordata ...
(Date:7/7/2015)... ... July 07, 2015 , ... More ... Sun Dial and Howdy’s, raised more than $524,286 during the Muscular Dystrophy ... nearly $100,000, to help support children fighting muscular dystrophy and related life-threatening ...
(Date:7/7/2015)... ... July 07, 2015 , ... A June 29th ... that have emerged about Hillary Clinton. Two plastic surgeons consulted by the publication ... than she has in some time and speculate that she might have benefited ...
(Date:7/7/2015)... (PRWEB) , ... July 07, 2015 , ... Quadrino Law ... Hollow Road, Suite 304, Melville, New York 11747. The new facility is a ... highways, and rail lines. , Richard Quadrino, the firm's CEO and founder, said, "We ...
(Date:7/7/2015)... , ... July 07, 2015 , ... Safe Catch is ... single fish for mercury. Albertsons, Gelson’s Markets, New Leaf Community Markets, Sprouts Farmers Market ... , “We developed the technology to test every fish for mercury,” said Safe Catch ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:New Silverado Memory Care Community Receives Unanimous Approval from Design Review Board 2Health News:Western Refining Raises $524,286 to Help Send Kids with Neuromuscular Disease to MDA Summer Camp 2Health News:Western Refining Raises $524,286 to Help Send Kids with Neuromuscular Disease to MDA Summer Camp 3Health News:Recent Article on Hillary Clinton Plastic Surgery Speculation Illuminates the Reasons Many Professionals Explore Facial Rejuvenation, says Dr. J 2Health News:Recent Article on Hillary Clinton Plastic Surgery Speculation Illuminates the Reasons Many Professionals Explore Facial Rejuvenation, says Dr. J 3Health News:Safe Catch Launches Tuna with Lowest Mercury Limit of Any Brand 2
... team from the University of Virginia Health System found that ... all colds, may contaminate many objects used in daily life, ... ,Most are aware that handshaking and other forms ... else’s cold, but many may assume that viruses can’t live ...
... Hemangiomas, vascular tumors, and other vascular (blood vessel-related) ... // for affected children and their parents and ... been made in the diagnosis and treatment of ... ,To address this situation, the editors ...
... A special blood concentrate known as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) ... and surgical situations, // but research has been limited ... measuring the platelet concentrations contained in PRP. A study ... Surgery presents an accurate approach to measuring platelet counts ...
... a loved one, symptoms of grief linger and become ... of both depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). // ... type of treatment may bring relief, reports the October ... ,The most characteristic symptoms of complicated grief are intrusive ...
... A survey by the International Centre for Research on ... many Indian youth are influenced by gender-based constraints // ... health services. ,The survey found that young ... relevant information and depended on elders for it. For ...
... Mukesh Haikerwal, today applauded the South Australian Government’s decision to ... ,The SA Government says it’s concerned that ... available foods in hospital vending machines and canteens. ... eat on the run. ,“Hospitals should make healthy ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Hotel Guests Often Leave Their Cold Behind 2Health News:Special Section of JCS Addresses Vascular Anomalies 2Health News:Special Section of JCS Addresses Vascular Anomalies 3Health News:Automated Technique Accurately Measures Platelet Counts in "Platelet Gel" Products 2
(Date:7/7/2015)... , July 7, 2015   ICD-10 Charts ... months of development, it has officially launched its ... Charts Training Academy and the new 4 Step ... well as all other ICD-10 Charts resources and ... in America, completely free-of-charge.  With the release of ...
(Date:7/7/2015)... 2015 Research and ... the "Elemental Analysis Market by Type (Organic, ... Application (Life Sciences, Food and Beverage Testing, Environment ... report to their offering. The ... types, technologies, and applications. By type, the market ...
(Date:7/7/2015)... and FREMONT, Calif. , July 7, ... South Korea and Velos, Inc. have entered into ... eResearch for cancer research nationally throughout South Korea ... The recent agreement signing was accompanied by a two day ... , South Korea.  National Cancer Center President ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:ICD-10 Charts Releases Revolutionary Free Solution for Complete ICD-10 Preparation 2ICD-10 Charts Releases Revolutionary Free Solution for Complete ICD-10 Preparation 3ICD-10 Charts Releases Revolutionary Free Solution for Complete ICD-10 Preparation 4Elemental Analysis (Organic, Inorganic) Market 2015 - Analysis & Global Forecasts to 2020 2National Cancer Center of South Korea and Velos Sign Long-Term Velos eResearch Agreement 2National Cancer Center of South Korea and Velos Sign Long-Term Velos eResearch Agreement 3
... Oct. 6 According to Millennium Research Group ... intelligence, growth in the $2 billion US cardiac ... the expanded approval of Boston Scientific,s chronic resynchronization ... I and II patients. The New ...
... Oct. 6 e-MDs, an industry leader in ... (EHRs) and practice management (PM) solutions,  congratulates  the ... Family Medicine of Fort Collins, CO, for their ... of Excellence recipients.  The Healthcare Information and Management ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Positive Results From the MADIT-CRT Trial Support the Expanding Approval of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Defibrillators 2Positive Results From the MADIT-CRT Trial Support the Expanding Approval of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Defibrillators 3e-MDs Clients Win HIMSS Davies Awards of Excellence 2e-MDs Clients Win HIMSS Davies Awards of Excellence 3e-MDs Clients Win HIMSS Davies Awards of Excellence 4
The 920M PLUS handheld pulseoximeter provides on-the-spot bloodoximetry and heart rate readings....
Rad-5 signal extraction pulse oximeter™...
... 3100 is a small, lightweight ... worn comfortably on the patients ... activities and for overnight studies, ... WristOx is intended to give ...
The pocket-size Invacare Digit finger pulse oximeter is a convenient and economical solution to fast, reliable SpO2, pulse rate and pulse strength measurements. Its compact size is ideal for home use...
Medicine Products: