The concept of “connected community” holds great potential for elevating and improving behavioral health outcomes for all patients. By Dr. James Varrell
Fifty-one percent. More than half. A majority. By John Khoury, Pharm.D., Vice President, National Payor/Provider Strategy at Lumeris
Diabetes remains one of healthcare's most pressing issues. The World Health Organization places it in the top four noncommunicable diseases requiring priority attention, and current trends and statistics are not encouraging. By Dustyn Williams, MD, co-founder/chief medical officer, DoseDr
In healthcare, the speed of innovation is more critical than in other industries. Lives depend on it. So the FDA’s recent decision to increase the pace of delivering new life-saving medical devices to market is a significant step. By Matt Clemens, Security Solutions Architect, Arxan
Payers and providers must adopt new industry models to meet customer needs.
Success in the value- based landscape requires both depth and breadth of financial and clinical data.
The healthcare industry’s transition to value-based payment models is rapidly progressing. Unsustainable, rising healthcare costs—reaching $3 trillion in 2014i—are pressing both government and commercial payers to control costs by improving efficiency and reducing waste. Payers, in turn, are pushing providers to take on greater risk and move to value based reimbursement models.
How Payers and Providers are Tackling Losses to Improper Payments.
Vocera empowers care teams through intelligent, real-time communication. We enable communication and coordination across the patient’s Healthcare experience. Vocera helps care team members reach the right person at the right time, on the right device, with the right information, in the right place, anywhere.
Health Language provides software, content, and consulting solutions that map, translate, update, and manage standard and enhanced clinical terminologies on an enterprise scale — enabling the information liquidity required to support healthcare’s toughest challenges, such as meaningful use, ICD-10, population health, analytics, ACOs, and semantic interoperability among systems.
Voalte develops smartphone solutions that simplify caregiver communication. Ranked number-one and named 2017 Category Leader in the Best in KLAS: Software & Services report for the Secure Communications Platform segment, Voalte is the only company to offer a comprehensive Mobile Communication Strategy that enables care teams inside and outside the hospital to access and exchange information securely.
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The long-anticipated Report on Improving Cybersecurity in the Healthcare Industry has been released by the HHS Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity Task Force, and with it comes clear, prescriptive recommendations on protecting your organization from the growing risk of cyber-attacks.
To protect PHI, healthcare organizations often build a system of usernames and complex passwords. But why are we still relying on usernames and passwords when solutions such as single sign-on (SSO) have a measurable benefit of giving time back to clinicians, which is everything in healthcare. That time saved –amounting to hours per week – can now be spent with patients, increasing both patient and clinician satisfaction.
UW Medicine’s Valley Medical Center dramatically improved patient outcomes after moving to a smartphone-based platform for clinical communication and alarm and alert notification.