NPC Creative Services
NPC Creative Services specializes in providing strategic public relations to health IT software and service organizations, ranging from small- and mid-sized businesses to Fortune 500 corporations and professional trade associations.
Whether the need is for an agency to provide comprehensive public relations services or to support an in-house team, NPC has the industry expertise and connections necessary to get the job done right, on time and within budget.
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In Brazil, Gov. Celso Ramos Hospital Research Center Adopts UpToDate Anywhere to Aid in Medical Resident TrainingThe Health division of Wolters Kluwer, a leading global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, announced today that Research Center at Governor Celso Ramos Hospital has adopted UpToDate® Anywhere. The institution, a public hospital that is part of the state of Santa Catarina’s Department of Health, adopted the mobile-enabled clinical decision support resource to provide continuously updated clinical information and to support the education and training of their residency program.
Wolters Kluwer Clinical Drug Information Connects Customers to Newly Released ACA FUL Drug Pricing DataThe Health division of Wolters Kluwer, a leading global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, announced today that customers can access the newly-released Affordable Care Act Federal Upper Limit drug pricing benchmark, or ACA FUL, through two solutions from its Wolters Kluwer Clinical Drug Information business unit.
Avoiding One of the Most Common Analytics Pitfalls
Today’s hospital and health system executives cannot help but hear the clamor to advance data-driven care delivery models focused on proactive management of populations. Pressed by a sense of urgency to position for the future of risk-based reimbursement arrangements, executives can often overlook a cornerstone element to success with analytics: data normalization. In fact, it is not uncommon for a health system to invest millions of dollars in an analytics solution, only to realize later that the reports being produced are inaccurate or meaningless due to missing or poor quality data.