A properly adjusted workstation can help minimize awkward postures. Place the monitor in front of you at a height where you can look straight ahead and not tilt your head forward or backward. Place frequently used items, such as keyboards and pointing devices where you can reach them easily. Adjust and arrange keyboard trays and chairs so you don't have to bend your wrists up, down, or to the side. Adjust your chair so your feet and back are well supported. Proper neutral postures allow you to work with minimal stress on the musculoskeletal system.
"To be honest, the components of the Affordable Care Act that impacted our industry were not those under consideration by the Supreme Court," says Moorhead. "The components that were so important to us were those around the medical loss ratio that, for the first time, recognized the value of population health management strategies through the new definition of activities that improve healthcare quality. Where health information technology, data analysis, assessment and stratification were all recognized as important expenditures within the medical loss ratio.