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.

Few agencies can match the level of expertise, industry understanding and personalized service NPC brings to its client relationships.

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  • Wolters Kluwer Supports #SepsisAwareness Month to Increase Momentum of U.S. Sepsis Score Improvement

    WALTHAM, Mass. – September 13, 2019 – Today, on World Sepsis Day, Wolters Kluwer, Health announces it is increasing efforts to raise #sepsisawareness nationwide through improved sepsis management, detection and care. Following last year’s initiative by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Hospital Compare website to put the spotlight on hospitals’ sepsis care performance, Wolters Kluwer has been committed to helping hospitals and health systems improve their sepsis care using artificial intelligence (AI) and expert solutions.

  • AI INITIATIVES EXTRACT VALUE FROM DATA ASSETS

    Artificial intelligence (AI) success stories are beginningto flood the health care industry as stakeholders attempt toaccelerate labor-intensive processes and realize the promiseof advanced technology. Data are central to these initiatives,yet health care organizations are all too familiar with the challengesassociated with getting maximum value from the rapidlyexpanding repositories of information now housed in EHRsand other clinical systems.

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  • Developing a Strategy to Win the War on Duplicates

    Duplicate records remain one of healthcare’s most vexing—and costly—problems. Consider that the average master patient index (MPI) system has a duplicate rate of between 8 percent and 12 percent—the equivalent of 80,000 to 120,000 duplicate records for a hospital system serving 1 million patients. Each pair of duplicate records costs the facility approximately $96 to resolve. (Some say the average rate is even higher, with Black Book Market Research putting it at 18 percent in its 2018 Mid-Year EHR Consumer Satisfaction Report.)

     

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