Tag Archives: healthcare information technology

Discover how patients access care to understand need for new solutions

The need for better care coordination becomes clear when you see the results of surveys showing the number of patients taking multiple medications and visiting multiple doctors. In spring of 2016, the New York Times reported on a national survey, conducted by Harvard researchers, that found 39 percent of people over age 65 use five or more […]
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Data sharing: Putting an end to communication breakdowns

One of the buzzwords in health care reform is “interoperability.” But what’s behind the buzz? Interoperability is the ability to share data across systems and analyze and use the data. But it’s not just about sharing for sharing’s sake. The goal is to use information to create bigger, more complete data sets that can power […]
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Navigating existing strategies in the new year

There’s something refreshing and exciting about ushering in a new year. Perhaps it’s the feeling that a new year means a new beginning. After giving pause to reflect on our progress the past 12 months, we feel inspired and optimistic as we envision what lies ahead. But what is often overlooked in the infancy of […]
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Better Health Care, Rewarded Better: It Takes a Village

Communities today are grappling with how to get better health care – and how to better reward it. To do this, it will take a partnership between payers, vendors and key providers. Physicians shouldn’t feel that they need to go it alone in the development of sustainable, value-based reimbursement initiatives. As they say, it takes […]
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