Welcome to HealthTechS3

HealthTechS3 is a 45 year old, award-winning healthcare consulting and strategic hospital services firm based in Brentwood, Tennessee with clients across the United States. We are dedicated to the goal of improving performance, achieving compliance, reducing costs and ultimately improving patient care. Leveraging consultants with deep healthcare industry experience, HealthTechS3 provides actionable insights and guidance that supports informed decision making and drives efficiency in operational performance.

Our consultants are former hospital leaders and executives. HealthTechS3 has the right mix of experienced professionals that services hospital clients across the nation. HealthTechS3 offers flexible and affordable services, consulting and technology as we focus on delivering solutions that can be implemented and provide a positive, measurable impact.

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  • September 2018: LTC Newsletter

    Is your facility prepared for a disaster? September is National Preparedness Month and ac-cording to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it is a time to encourage and re-mind everyone to be prepared for disasters and emergencies.1

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  • HealthTechS3’s Director of Care Coordination & Lean Consulting has been appointed vice president of the Board of Directors for the American Nurses Association (ANA)

    Brentwood, TENN — September 13, 2018 – HealthTechS3’s Director of Care Coordination & Lean Consulting, Faith Jones, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, has been appointed vice president of the Board of Directors for the American Nurses Association (ANA) effective January 1, 2019.

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  • September 2018: Compliance Newsletter

    On August 27, 2018, the Office of Inspector General published a request for information seeking input on current provisions that may be acting as barriers to coordinated care or value-based care.

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  • HealthTechS3 Hires New Business Development Director, Grows Recruiting Division

    BRENTWOOD, TENN. (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 10, 2018 HealthTechS3 announces a new Director of Business Development that will focus primarily on its Executive and Interim Recruiting Division. Hudson Shelton has served for almost 10 years in various sales and account management positions with industry-leading staff management and recruiting firms.

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  • August 2018: LTC Newsletter

    The Final Rule published on May 18, 2016, Nondiscrimination in Health Programs and Activities, implements Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).1

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  • August 2018: Compliance Newsletter

    The 340b program allows certain providers to receive manufacture discounts on covered out-patient drugs. These drugs can then be provided to eligible patients.

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  • July 2018: Compliance Newsletter

    The use of an Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) remains a source of confusion for many providers. As such, there are still facilities that do not have processes in place to ensure the use of ABN’s. In some cases, ABN’s are not issued at all, or blanket ABN’s are provided for all services; which is a practice that is illegal.

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  • June 2018: Compliance Newsletter

    On June 1, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) released its semiannual report to congress. The report covers a six-month period, October 2017 – March 2018. The report highlights accomplishments, participation in Congressional hearings and updates related to oversight activities. In the reports opening message, Inspector General, Daniel Levinson, highlighted the department’s work towards combating the opioid crisis, the need to improve cybersecurity across four Health and Human Services Departments and their work in the area of ensuring that those in foster care and group homes receive high-quality services.

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  • June 2018: LTC Newsletter

    Twenty-nine states have legalized marijuana for medical use and nine states have legalized marijuana for recreational use for those individuals 21 years of age or older.1 These changes have led many industries to remove marijuana from their drug screens citing concerns over staffing if workers who test positive are fired.2 Will healthcare facilities continue to drug test employees in states where marijuana has been legalized?

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  • May C4 Newsletter

    Do you believe that you are prepared and ready each day to receive the message that surveyors are at your front door or is survey readiness one of the things that cause you sleepless nights?

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