May 31st 2023
Many practices have yet to access the data with the greatest potential to impact patient outcomes and their own financial success.
April 18th 2023
Physicians aim to benefit from advances in data an artificial intelligence
March 29th 2023
Here are three recommendations for health systems looking to improve physician engagement with data and evidence.
March 6th 2023
Four changes that can improve the value of quality metrics.
January 23rd 2023
Efficient health care is not only helping a person recover from illness but assisting with ongoing health management.
The broken promise of digitizing patient data
Digitizing patient health data was supposed to make it usable for public and population health research. So far, that hasn’t happened.
Getting closer to a people always strategy: Unlocking empathy at scale
Patients are first and always a person.
Without benchmarking data, practices likely to miscalculate
Benchmarking data can give your practice insight into productivity.
How analytics helps at the point of care
Unlock the clinical and operational value of data
Strengthening Payer-Provider Partnership for Value: Why data transparency is key
A transparent, data-driven approach can ease the transition from traditional fee-for-service to value-based contracts.
Creating a personalized experience for patients
The pandemic has reinforced the idea that the best patient care can be achieved through communication, collaboration, and data integration
Data-driven patient engagement strategies in preventive care
How data enables health systems and clinics to better understand and communicate with their unique patient community.
Striving for interoperability during the pandemic
How data-driven, person-centric care can help us through the end of the COVID-19 crisis.
Data analytics can help you understand and mitigate risk
Manual efforts to predict cash flow may leave you vulnerable to revenue problems that can quickly spiral out of control.
Advancing analytics to improve the patient journey
How your practice can leverage analytics to improve satisfaction and outcomes.
Improving patient care with rich data
How cellular technologies and remote patient monitoring are improving patient care.
Six considerations for integrating medical transcriptions into your operations
Leverage higher-accuracy transcription services to streamline your business operations
5 ways to reengage patients in the COVID19 era
It is critical to provide crystal clear communications along every step, including where they should park and how to check-in upon arrival.
Healthcare data sharing needs a major overhaul
The healthcare ecosystem exhibits a clear void in efficient data and file sharing technology
Class action lawsuits can result from a protected health information data breach
Two recent cases, one settled and one just filed, are illustrative of the effects of class actions, which are filed in relation to an underlying data breach involving PHI.
Succeed with an EHR-agnostic revenue cycle platform post-COVID19
Align with consumer demands for optimal patient experiences and operational efficiencies.
Diagnosing rare diseases with AI and machine learning
Exponential healthcare data growth increases the chances of earlier rare disease diagnosis and treatment.
3 strategies for launching innovation in independent practices
Independent physicians benefit from a lack of red tape, a significant advantage over hospital-owned practices.
Six ways to boost EHR productivity
Tips for creating efficiencies in your systems.
Healthcare predictions for 2020
Technology, legislation, and more.
Five Considerations for seamless exam room technology use
Practices need to overcome reservations and actively seek out high-tech solutions.
Utilizing and implementing data to improve quality of care
Four reasons why data is important whether you’re a practice owner or employed physician - and four ways to incorporate data into the selection of drugs and devices for patients.
6 technologies to improve your practice
A recent study from MGMA reveals the top technologies that increase practice efficiencies.
Managing your payer mix to improve your bottom line
Payers don’t dole out equal pay for equal work, so it benefits your physician practice to understand who pays what (so you can negotiate more).
Amid rising costs, personalized healthcare experiences are a must
Patients have a growing number of options for care, so providing a personalized end-to-end experience is no longer optional.
Wearables empower patients and physicians with actionable data
Wearable devices that gather health and movement data are being put to new uses in the clinical setting for glucose monitoring, pain management and distraction, rehabilitation, and treatment adherence.
Community information exchanges target social determinants of health
Community health information sharing platforms are cropping up to give healthcare providers a more holistic view of their patients’ needs and challenges as well as capture interactions with other social service agencies. That, in turn, is helping to improve patients’ care and their quality of life.
Prioritizing patient engagement
An independent specialty group has improved patient relations and grown the practice by investing in advanced practice management and patient engagement tools.
5 ways to improve patient access
Stanford Health Care learned how to create standardized work to improve patient access and quality outcomes in five areas. These lessons learned can be applied to improve patient outcomes, quality, and service regardless of medical practice size-or budget.
Balancing good patient care with effective quality reporting
Four ways advances in EHR technology can help providers achieve mandated MIPS target performance to not only report but also improve patient care.
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