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  • How It Works iPrescribe Exercise | iPrescribe Exercise

    We will very gradually increase the time and intensity and it is hoped that you will be meeting the government recommendations of 5 x 30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise by the end of week 12, or if you choose high intensity exercise you can complete 3 x 25 minutes of high intensity …

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  • Medicare Screening Services 2018

    • Screening and Behavioral Counseling Interventions in Primary Care to Reduce Alcohol Misuse • Screening for Depression in Adults • Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and High Intensity Behavioral Counseling to Prevent STI • Tobacco Use Cessation Counseling Services Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), deductibles and ...

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  • High vs LowIntensity CRC Surveillance? | Medpage Today

    Sep 23, 2019· The costeffectiveness ratios of 4,000 per QALY gained for lowintensity surveillance over a return to screening and 18,400 per QALY gained for high vs lowintensity …

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  • Proposed New Measure for HEDIS 2020: FollowUp After High ...

    of Medicare, % of commercial and % of Medicaid visits or discharges from highintensity care settings for a diagnosis of SUD result in followup care within 7 days. 33% of Medicare, % of commercial and % of Medicaid visits or discharges from highintensity care settings for a diagnosis of SUD result in followup care within 30 days.

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  • SCREENING FOR SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS (STIS) …

    Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HighIntensity Behavioral Counseling (HIBC) to Prevent STIs (NCD ) Page 1 of 6

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  • Final Recommendation Statement: Chlamydia and Gonorrhea ...

    May 09, 2019· Final Recommendation Statement Chlamydia and Gonorrhea: Screening. Recommendations made by the USPSTF are independent of the government. They should not be construed as an official position of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality or the Department of Health and Human Services.

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  • CPT 87491, 87591 sexually transmitted infection STI ...

    May 22, 2016· CPT 87491, 87591 sexually transmitted infection STI screening Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and High Intensity Behavioral Counseling (HIBC) to Prevent STIs HCPCS/CPT Codes 86631, 86632, 87110, 87270, 87320, 87490, 87491, 87810 – Chlamydia

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  • HIFU Procedure for Prostate Cancer Treatment

    A highintensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) procedure is a new technique approved by the FDA to remove prostate tissue. Though it hasn't been approved for the treatment of prostate cancer in the U ...

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  • SportSpecific HighIntensity Fitness Tests | Human Kinetics

    To conclude, all three of these sportspecific highintensity fitness tests are very reliable and are highly recommended. Depending on whether you’d like a bigger focus on change of direction and whether or not you’d like to test on a court or a field and the fitness levels of your athlete(s) may dictate which test is …

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  • SCREENING FOR HEPATITIS B VIRUS (HBV) INFECTION …

    Article MM7610, Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and High Intensity Behavioral Counseling (HIBC) to Prevent STIs Article MM9859 Revised, Screening for Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Infection Article MM9892, January 2017 Integrated Outpatient Code Editor (I/OCE) Specifications Version UnitedHealthcare Commercial Policies

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  • Final Recommendation Statement: Obesity in Children and ...

    The USPSTF found adequate evidence that multicomponent, moderate to highintensity behavioral interventions for obese children and adolescents aged 6 years and older can effectively yield shortterm (up to 12 months) improvements in weight status. Inadequate evidence was found regarding the effectiveness of lowintensity interventions.

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  • Medicare Screening Services 2018

    • Screening and Behavioral Counseling Interventions in Primary Care to Reduce Alcohol Misuse • Screening for Depression in Adults • Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and High Intensity Behavioral Counseling to Prevent STI • Tobacco Use Cessation Counseling Services Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), deductibles and ...

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  • Major Recommendations for Statin Therapy for ...

    HighIntensity Statin Daily dose lowers LDLC by approx ≥ 50% ModerateIntensity Statin Daily dose lowers LDLC by approx 3050% HighIntensity Statin HighIntensity Statin ModerateIntensity Statin ModeratetoHigh Intensity Statin Age ≤ 75 and candidate for highintensity statin Estimated 10 yr atherosclerotic CVD risk ≥ % Yes No No ...

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  • High intensity training 'raises the risk of cancer and ...

    Mar 24, 2016· High intensity training 'does more HARM than good, raising the risk of cancer and heart disease', experts warn. High intensity training is popular with celebrities and gymgoers

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  • Comprehensive Global Cervical Cancer Prevention

    Table 4b. Screening program costs, health outcomes, and costeffectiveness: 10year rollout of Moderate Intensity screening Table 4c. Screening program costs, health outcomes, and costeffectiveness: 10year rollout of High Intensity screening Figure 1. Distribution of cervical cancer screening, diagnostic, and preventive treatment costs

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  • 170 Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs ...

    170 Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and High Intensity Behavioral Counseling (HIBC) to Prevent STIs. Medicare Claims Processing Manual Chapter 18 Preventive and Screening Services Diagnosis Code Reporting . c.

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  • HighIntensity Drinking Alcohol Research: Current Reviews

    Figure 1 College versus noncollege highintensity drinking patterns. Young adults who attend a 4year college full time are more likely to report engaging in a highintensity drinking and binge drinking during the previous 2 weeks than drinkers who do not attend college, attend a …

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  • High vs LowIntensity CRC Surveillance? | Medpage Today

    Sep 23, 2019· Highintensity surveillance in patients whose colorectal adenomas were removed at screening translated to modest lifetime benefits versus lowintensity surveillance …

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  • New technology brings precision to prostate screening ...

    Aug 05, 2019· Prostate screening should begin at age 50 for men without family history of prostate cancer. ... Houston Methodist is one of the first hospitals in the nation to offer high intensity focused ...

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  • The Effects of High Intensity Interval Training in ...

    Dec 18, 2013· The aim of the present study was to evaluate the efficacy of 3week high intensity interval training in normobaric hypoxia (IHT) on aerobic capacity in basketball players. Twelve male well trained basketball players, randomly divided into a hypoxia (H) ...

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  • STD Screening Coverage

    Medicare also covers up to 2 individual 2030 minute, facetoface, highintensity behavioral counseling sessions if you’re a sexually active adolescent or adult at increased risk for STIs. Medicare covers these tests once every 12 months or at certain times during pregnancy. Medicare covers behavioral counseling sessions once each year.

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  • Decision Memo for Screening for Sexually Transmitted ...

    Nov 05, 2019· Without surveillance or screening, lifetime CRC incidence for patients aged 50 years was % after LRA removal and % after HRA removal at screening colonoscopy. Subsequent colonoscopic screening, lowintensity surveillance, or highintensity surveillance decreased incidence by 39%, 46% to 48%, and 55% to 56%, respectively.

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  • Highintensity surveillance colonoscopy reduces CRC risk ...

    Sep 24, 2019· Highintensity surveillance colonoscopy is effective and costeffective for managing patients who have had precancerous adenomas found during screening, suggests a …

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  • HIIT Program: High Intensity Interval Training for ...

    By Lance Dalleck, Highintensity interval training (HIIT) has traditionally been used to train athletes, but new research suggests HIIT is also safe for clinical populations and may be even more effective for improving cardiorespiratory fitness and health than continuous, moderateintensity exercise. Here is a detailed guide for safely designing and implementing HIIT programs for clients ...

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  • Simplified lipid guidelines PubMed Central (PMC)

    Recommendations are provided on screening and testing, risk assessments, interventions, followup, and the role of acetylsalicylic acid in primary prevention. ... The additional benefit of highintensity statin therapy, ... guidelines aimed to include more primary care practitioners with little or no conflict of interest in order to create ...

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  • Burnout, Depression and Suicide Prevention for Nursing ...

    Nurses working in highintensity settings experience burnout at higher rates than in other nursing areas. Burnout in healthcare is a problem estimated as high as 70% by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Burnout can lead to depressive symptoms, which can lead to

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  • Statin Therapy in Patients with Diabetes

    Who would be considered a good candidate for either highintensity or moderateintensity statin? Patients under 40 or over 75 carrying ASCVD risk factor. Ezetimibe may be combined with moderateintensity statin for patients 40 and older with a history of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) who cannot tolerate highintensity statin or with LDLC ≥50 ...

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  • Preventive Services Chart | Medicare Learning Network ...

    CMS may also add additional preventive services through statutory and regulatory authority. Visit the USPSTF Published Recommendations and the Medicare Preventive Services Announcements webpages for information on preventive services. What is a primary care setting?

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  • A Value Framework for Cancer Screening: Advice for High ...

    May 19, 2015· In contrast, a maximal cancer detection framework encourages highintensity screening strategies and incurs a disproportionate level of harms and costs for the benefit attained. Although there are currently many pressures to adopt the maximal detection approach, we recommend moving to the value approach, for several reasons.

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