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Overcoming Challenges of Developing a 360-Degree Patient View

Posted in Client News Coverage on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly to adjust to new care models that support the increased utilization of innovative health information technology. Through the continual advancements of these interventions, significant improvements are apparent, such as the progression of electronic health records, patient engagement and care team communication. Yet the emergence of new digital solutions has yielded significant complications, such as the fragmentation of the information landscape.

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This NYC Startup Just Raised $7M To Power Value-Based Healthcare

Posted in Client News Coverage on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

Irrespective of which side of the aisle you sit on, we can all agree that healthcare, in its current state, is broken.  Entrepreneurs and startups are lining up to bring innovation to the forefront to mend this broken system. One such example is VirtualHealth. The NYC startup ingests a full spectrum of patient data providing continuous, uniform, and complete access for health plans and providers. The company’s has developed population health management (PHM) platform that shifts the healthcare paradigm from one of a transactional and fragmented nature to one that is based on value and results.

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Is this the Field Best Suited for the Flipped Classroom Model?

Posted in Client News Coverage on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

In a flipped classroom, course content is introduced outside the classroom then followed up with in-class activities that reinforce the material. Pre-work, such as viewing a video lecture explaining select concepts, is completed before a student walks through the classroom doors. This lets students recoup valuable time that was previously spent in lectures, allowing them to instead focus on applying their new-found knowledge to solving cases and practice problems, engaging in teamwork and gaining research experience.

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A Better Prescription for Diabetes Care

Posted in Client News Coverage on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

Improving diabetes management and patient engagement through telehealth

Diabetes is a nationwide epidemic impacting the lives of over 30 million individuals in the United States and amassing an annual financial toll of nearly $176 billion. Hospitals and health systems of all sizes feel the weight of these statistics and are actively seeking solutions to better manage outcomes and position for value-based care.

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WellCare Teams Up with VirtualHealth for Population Health

Posted in Client News Coverage on Tuesday, January 09, 2018.

WellCare Health Plans will use VirtualHealth's care-management platform for its Medicare, Medicaid and long-term services and supports programs in 20 states, the two companies announced Thursday.

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Remote Patient Monitoring: Balancing Incentive with Waste

Posted in Client News Coverage on Tuesday, January 09, 2018.

The telemedicine industry and chronic care management just got a boost from Medicare: the unbundling of CPT 99091. Historically grouped with other charges for billing, the Medicare 2018 Physician Fee Schedule allows separate reimbursement for this code, which includes remote patient monitoring.

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Data gone astray: The missing link to a better bottom line

Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, January 04, 2018.

Clinical documentation drives revenue in the new world of fee-for-value care delivery. Fully extracting “value” for the bottom line requires that healthcare organizations have systems in place to ensure all appropriate clinical data is captured and used for analytics and quality metrics reporting. Yet, the reality is that many organizations are simply leaving money on the table.

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Voices in Healthcare Finance: Episode 20 (ft. Dr. Brian Levy)

Posted in Client News Coverage on Monday, December 04, 2017.

Brian Levy, MD, vice president of global clinical operations and product management for Wolters Kluwer Health, discusses reference data and the challenges healthcare systems face in handling them. Bill Cleverley, chairman and founder of Cleverley & Associates, provides insight into hospital payment trends. David Gillan, senior vice president of member business ventures for Vizient and Bob Roberts, CFO for Baptist Health, talk about the value of aggregation groups.

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Healthcare’s Quality Quest: Getting Closer, But Still Haven’t Arrived

Posted in Client News Coverage on Tuesday, November 07, 2017.

Healthcare’s quality movement has come a long way since the Institute of Medicine released its ground-breaking report, To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System, which launched the industry into a period of soul searching. That’s what happens when a professional community recognizes the catastrophic impact of its own errors—in this case, a massive toll on human life.

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Leveraging E-Learning for Med Students’ Mental Health

Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, November 02, 2017.

In medical school, the only currency of value is The Grade—something money cannot buy. Students pay their tuition and dive straight into the deep end of a curriculum that, right or wrong, is judged almost entirely on test performance. They strive to achieve the highest grade necessary to earn a ticket to the best residency. Students cram as much as they can to prepare for the exam, then forget the information as soon as the test is over. It becomes an endless cycle that generates huge levels of stress and anxiety and leaves students struggling to succeed—and hoping others fail to make up for their own poor performance.

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Realizing the Value of Unstructured Data: Five Ways to Leverage NLP to Boost Outcomes and the Bottom Line

Posted in Client News Coverage on Thursday, August 24, 2017.

There is a lot of industry discussion underway about the promise of natural language processing (NLP). Increasingly recognized as a powerful tool for unlocking vital clinical data, NLP turns unstructured documentation into shareable data that can be analyzed and acted upon.

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Industry Diabetes Information Falls Short of Impact

Posted in Client News Coverage on Friday, August 18, 2017.

Diabetes is a massive epidemic afflicting both providers and patients as they grapple to effectively manage the disease. The industry at large recognizes this reality, yet the data needed to drive innovations in care remain too high level to yield the desired population health outcomes.

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Wolters Kluwer Integrates ProVation Order Sets with Epic EHR

Posted in Client News Coverage on Friday, August 18, 2017.

Wolters Kluwer announced ProVation Order Sets integration with Epic EHR to support the importing and exporting of information to streamline and optimize order set management. This integration enables healthcare providers to streamline labor-intensive governance processes, optimize order set management and support existing order sets with evidence-based clinical content.

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Wolters Kluwer Integrates Order Sets With Epic EHR

Posted in Client News Coverage on Friday, August 18, 2017.

Wolters Kluwer Health is integrating its ProVation Order Sets with Epic software, in a move that aims to help hospitals streamline workflows for information governance and improve clinical decision support.

"Integration has taken on greater importance as the healthcare industry continues its evolution toward quality- and value-based care," said David Del Toro, president and CEO of Clinical Software Solutions at Wolters Kluwer.

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Overcoming Challenges of Developing a 360-Degree Patient View

Posted in Client News Coverage on Monday, August 07, 2017.

The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly to adjust to new care models that support the increased utilization of innovative health information technology. Through the continual advancements of these interventions, significant improvements are apparent, such as the progression of electronic health records, patient engagement and care team communication.

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