ACO Top Content

  1. Don’t Sit On The ACO Sidelines

    Uncertainty regarding the long-term viability of ACOs has many healthcare providers taking a “wait-and-see” approach. Dr. Marlon Priest, CMO of Bon Secours Health System, explains why this is a big mistake.

  2. Insurers Propose New Open Catastrophic Plans

    A proposed AHIP plan would enhance affordability and accessibility of healthcare. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. How Big Data Can Personalize Healthcare

    Researchers from Notre Dame recently developed a system that could help providers personalize healthcare, lower readmission rates, and cut costs By Greg Bengel, contributing writer

  4. Majority Of Providers Unhappy With EHRs

    Survey shows 6 of 10 providers were not satisfied with the way EHRs affected daily workflow, citing loss of productivity and poor software design as major complaints By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  5. Narrow Networks Challenge Healthcare Providers, Insurers

    Providers and insurers are wrestling with narrow-network backlash. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Patient-Centered Transplant Care — A Guiding Light For Accountable Care
    The identification, surgical intervention, management and lifetime clinical maintenance of transplant recipients are a case study of the needs around chronic disease management and collaborative care. By Paul Markham, MBA
  7. Do EHRs And Social Media Mix?

    Social media information exchanges might be user friendly, but are Facebook and Twitter the best place to share delicate medical records? By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  8. OIG Fears Providers Hazy On HIE Security Risks

    As MU incentive payments top $15.5 billion and HIE use jumps 41 percent, the OIG points to numerous security risks yet to be addressed By Greg Bengel, contributing writer

  9. mHealth Key To Pharmacy Adherence?

    Could the key to prescription adherence, medication management be mobile? By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  10. Providers Behind On ICD-10 Testing

    According to a recent survey, three out of four healthcare providers were not meeting the recommended timeline for the switch to ICD-10 By Katie Wike, contributing writer