Data Analytics Frenzy Fueled by Population Health Management

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With reimbursement for healthcare services increasingly based on clinical outcomes, patient experience and cost of care, the motivation to slice and dice patient and population data has never been stronger. Population health management is the top driver of data analytics for more than a quarter of respondents to the 2016 Data Analytics and Integration Survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network. A new infographic by HIN examines which populations are targeted using data analytics, the type of data collected and the percent of the population for which data analytics is collected.

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Wearable Technology: A Pool of Opportunities in Healthcare

Article | September 28, 2022

Introduction The field of smart wearable devices has advanced significantly in recent years as a result of the advent of mobile medicine, the development of new technologies like smart sensing, and the increased penetration of personalized health concepts. These Internet of Things (IoT)-based smart devices not only help people pursue a healthier lifestyle, but also offer a constant flow of healthcare data, which can be used for disease diagnosis and treatment, by actively recording, tracking, and monitoring metabolic status and physiological parameters. Wearable technologies have the potential to completely change the ways to monitor health behavior and are increasingly finding clinical implementation for patients with various types of diseases. Wearable Technology: New Ways of Patient Monitoring While wearable technology has demonstrated value in the fields of entertainment, fitness, and gaming, it is making inroads into the healthcare industry at a rapid pace. Increasing advancements in sensor technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are assisting millions of people in detecting and managing chronic health conditions and avoiding serious illnesses using devices that are as small as a patch the size of a penny or small enough to be worn on the wrist. According to a study, nearly 320 million consumer health and wellness wearable devices are estimated to be shipped across the globe in 2022, and the number is likely to surpass 440 million units as a number of new devices come out and more healthcare providers start using them. Most wearable devices, such as smartwatches, now include heart rate monitors, and some have FDA approval for detecting abnormalities such as atrial fibrillation, a major cause of stroke. As these devices become more intelligent, the percentage of patients and consumers who use them to manage chronic health conditions and diagnose symptoms of serious diseases is likely to rise. This is expected to assist the sales of wearable devices in healthcare to exceed $195 billion by the end of 2027, presenting huge prospects for healthcare equipment providers and associated companies to benefit from the opportunity. The Future of Wearable Technology in Healthcare Though wearable technology is experiencing rapid growth, the field is still considered to be in its nascent stage, presenting massive remunerative prospects for the manufacturers of smart devices, especially in the healthcare industry. Hence, companies of all kinds, from giants to upstarts, are emphasizing on investing and developing new wearable devices with new features and functionalities to meet the surging demand for wearables across healthcare in coming years.

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The Long-Term Care Software: Mapping the Future

Article | July 5, 2022

Long-term care comprises all the health services that help patients with chronic illnesses or disabilities meet their medical and non-medical needs. It caters to those who cannot care for themselves for extended durations. For care providers, it becomes critical to meet the needs of patients on time while delivering top-notch quality, especially at a time when virtual care is more important than ever. To remedy this, many of the tasks and processes within long-term care are supported by digital solutions. These long-term care software applications enable care providers to automate aspects of patient scheduling, inventory control, regulation and compliance, data management, care delivery management, and much more. Some of the end users of long-term care software include home healthcare agencies, nursing homes, and residential hospice care facilities. What is Driving the Growth of Long-Term Care Solutions? Digitalization has swept the healthcare industry, and medical technology now occupies a significant area of medical care delivery. With the demand for a robust healthcare infrastructure aggravated by a shortage of medical professionals, the need for automation is driving the growth of medtech across all areas of healthcare. In addition, fewer medical specialists and medical cost reduction initiatives combined are powering the long-term care software market’s growth. Challenges for the Long-Term Care Software Market Despite the rapid growth in the use of digital solutions to manage administrative and compliance tasks, technological transformations are expensive. The high maintenance costs incurred by care providers are a major hindrance towards a full-fledged adoption. Many care providers are also unwilling to adopt new applications due to the implementation and staff training costs involved in doing so. What the Future Holds? With an increase in remote care and the use of technologies like the Internet of Medical Things to deliver diagnostic services and preventive care, medtech is witnessing a revolution. Long-term care is bound to follow suit thanks to areas like remote patient monitoring and wearable technology. While the long-term care market is slated to grow by leaps and bounds, solution makers must find a way to help care providers warm up to the use of technology and de

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Amazon Care: Revolutionizing Virtual Care

Article | July 13, 2022

In 2021, the introduction of Amazon Care marked the first time a prominent technology firm stepped into the healthcare services industry. The fact that Amazon filed paperwork to offer care in multiple states without much fanfare is intriguing. In March 2021, the company confirmed the details of its new services, announcing that it would be delivering the services through an independent private medical practice called Care Medical. The move may signify another diversification for Amazon, but what does it mean for the healthcare services landscape? The Highlights of Amazon Care’s Services Home healthcare Amazon announced that it would be participating in an advocacy group for home healthcare. The Moving Health at Home initiative aims to transform how policymakers view the home as a site to deliver clinical services. Amazon Care may be riding on the trend for home care that has been evolving in the form of remote patient monitoring for post-acute care management and chronic care. Employer-oriented offering Amazon Care aims to become a workplace benefit partner for employers. One of the pain points it is directly addressing is the challenge of runaway inflation that increases healthcare costs. Virtual care simplified The most significant offering that Amazon Care plans to lead with is virtual care that promises to reduce wait times for quality patient care to under 60 seconds. It also includes the option to access 24-hour care services through messaging and video calling. In addition, it eliminates unnecessary traveling and long wait times by delivering care in the comfort of the patient’s home. The Path Ahead Amazon is known for introducing a slew of initiatives in the health and fitness sector, like the Halo wearables, a data management product called Amazon Health Lake, and a healthcare delivery system called Haven, which doubled over in 2021 after a three-year run. However, the tech juggernaut is not about to stop attempting to disrupt healthcare services. Only time will tell whether Amazon Care finally proves to be a feather in Amazon’s healthcare cap or another ambitious project that bites the dust.

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3 IT Investment Strategies Hospitals Can Use to Improve Patient Care

Article | July 5, 2022

Rural, community, and independent hospitals are constantly facing mounting challenges in the form of staff shortages, accessibility to patient care and a multitude of cost concerns. Getting even one of these areas under control can help hospitals drastically boost their outcomes. Here are three areas of IT investment that hospitals must control to go beyond staying functional and create an excellent patient experience. Telehealth for Staff Shortage Healthcare currently face massive staff shortage with a projected gap of up to 48,000 primary care physicians and up to 77,100 specialty physicians till 2034. The effects of this shortage could be lessened by using virtual care, which would allow hospitals to care for patients through remote staffing. Digitalizing Patient Care with Asynchronous Telehealth Async telehealth of patients sending photos and videos to fast-track diagnosis. Async telehealth makes it easier for doctors to connect with more patients. This shortens the time it takes to see specialists and get important care services. Remote Patient Monitoring According to a CDC report, 90% of all healthcare spending goes into treating chronic conditions. Considering that U.S. nonmetropolitan areas have a high number of patients diagnosed with chronic conditions, accessibility is one of the contributing factors. Remote patient monitoring enhances patient care for people with chronic conditions. Wearable medical devices are already driving the move towards remote patient monitoring. Whether it’s through wearable weight scales, heart monitors, blood pressure bands, or pulse oximeters, clinicians can generate regular updates about a patient’s health readings and ensure a timely response in order to avert complications. Conclusion There is much to be achieved on the healthcare front when it comes to digitalizing care. The above technologies are enabling healthcare providers take delivery of medical care further than ever and ensure they generate more traction from their IT investments in these areas of medtech.

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AI Automates Data Migration Between Incompatible Healthcare Systems

DrFirst | February 02, 2022

Clinicians rely on accurate information in electronic health record (EHR) systems so that medication, allergy, and immunization data can trigger automatic safety alerts during prescribing and transitions of patient care. But that data can be compromised when moving it from one system to another because of varying terminology, disparities in formulary service vendors, imperfect interoperability standards, and inconsistent use of national drug codes. Now, a new partnership by InfoWerks Data Services, a leading provider of healthcare data services, and health technology pioneer DrFirst is using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to automate the process of sharing structured data between different systems. "This is more than a simple convenience. Manually entering information takes clinicians' time away from patients, contributing to burnout and introducing the possibility of keyboard errors that can cause patient harm and lead to readmissions. This is why we're so excited to partner with DrFirst and combine our unique but complementary services. Not only can we provide a more complete service to our customers, but we can rest well at night knowing we're giving clinicians data that is usable and meaningful to greatly reduce potential adverse drug events. This, in turn, drives better patient outcomes." Jeff Deitch, CEO of InfoWerks SmartProcessor,part of DrFirst's award-winning SmartSuite of solutions, uses AI and ML to solve data fidelity issues between disparate systems and formats, resulting in complete, clean, and consumable clinical data for the receiving system and end users. The patented AI engine normalizes drug, allergy, and prescription instruction information (known as "sigs") into consistent terms while processing "free text" so it pre-populates into discrete fields within the EHR. "Even after decades of digitization and standards, the healthcare industry still has a problem with dirty data. This means a great deal of digital information still gets touched by human hands before it can be consumed by hospital or pharmacy systems," said G.Cameron Deemer, president of DrFirst. "We are thrilled to work with InfoWerks so more health systems, hospitals, clinicians, and patients can benefit from our patented, game-changing technology that greatly improves the quality of migrated data." Both companies strive to better connect stakeholders in the healthcare universe with the data they need. Through this partnership, their product and service lines can be used as stand-alone or bundled solutions that adapt to a wide range of use cases within hospitals and health systems of all sizes, clinics, private physician practices, and pharmacies. About InfoWerks Data Services InfoWerks is a leading healthcare data management company offering a range of services including data migration, archiving, interfaces,consulting,and aggregation to all types of providers and other healthcare industry stakeholders. Since 1997,the company hasbeen enablinghealthcare companiesto transport and access their data without constraints. About DrFirst Since 2000, DrFirst has pioneered healthcare technology solutions and consulting services that securely connect people at touchpoints of care to improve patient outcomes. We create unconventional solutions that solve care collaboration, medication management, price transparency, and adherence challenges faced in healthcare. We unite the Healthiverse—the interconnected healthcare universe—by providing our clients with real-time access to the information they need, exactly when and how they need it, so patients get the best care possible. DrFirst solutions are used by nearly 325,000 healthcare professionals, including more than 120,000 prescribers, 70,000 pharmacies, 280 HIS/EHRs, and 1,500 hospitals in the U.S. andCanada.

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Hekka Labs Introduces the First Decentralized Chronic Disease Data Management Ecosystem in South Asia

Hekka Labs | January 15, 2022

Hekka Labs launches a game changing decentralized healthcare ecosystem for a far more efficient health record management. The firm will concentrate on the Southeast Asia market, starting with India, where it will establish the largest chronic disease data management network. Hekka then intends to connect to the rest of the world's healthcare market through the design and implementation of proprietary Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). Hekka has cemented initial partnerships with 3 Indian healthcare solution providers, Curisin, a healthcare company with a wide network of 30 million patients and 40,000 partnered doctors which as recently agreed to provide a minimum of 1.5 million medical records in 2022. A further agreement to provide up to 20 separate blood biomarkers together with Covid 19 data on 100,000 patients, will form the basis of an initial trial for its blockchain audit trail platform. IMMUNIDEX, a healthcare solution provider offering tests and applications that are driven by proprietary AI that can identify early immune-related risks and is well placed to capture highly valuable data for the Hekka network. TELEMEDICINE INDIAN CO, a start-up offering multi telemedicine services, multiple blood tests, and health screening including COVID-19 testing will form another integral part of data generation for the Hekka ecosystem. Hekka Labs with the integration of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) offers a plug and go solution that allows users to interact with the HEKKA ecosystem without major disruption. This set up can solve the inherent problems that occur on a regular basis in the healthcare industry such as inefficient biomarker management, document hogging and unstructured data management. Hekka Labs has set out to become the leading chronic illness and immunology platform in India. Hekka's private and public blockchain network solution will generate a new trust in Indian healthcare data management and can open up significant opportunity for both the domestic and global collaboration. This will lead to new levels of ethical standards and excellence for the Indian healthcare market. In the long run, Hekka plans to evolve as a significant decentralized healthcare ecosystem by connecting the network of medical and associated healthcare providers culminating in a targeted community of over 500 million patients. As a result, tens of billions of chronic disease digital biomarkers can be made available for Deep Learning, potentially speeding up new healthcare discoveries. HEK is the native token of the Hekka ecosystem, which is launched in the Ethereum network's ERC-20 standards for its intensive security and global reputation, ensuring the confidence of delivering the most sophisticated healthcare data management service. The HEK token is a token complimented by an ATOM token (Points) system which is the primary source of HEKKA 's data transfers. This ensures the value of the token. The HEK token will be a key component in serving all prospective users' interactions with the platform's different levels of service.

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MHN Integrates Patient Data with EMR Systems to Enable Better Care

Medical Home Network | January 12, 2022

Medical Home Network (MHN) is helping healthcare providers have more informed conversations with patients by enabling easy access to patient data in one place. With a timely and comprehensive view of patient information, providers can make more informed decisions and ultimately deliver better care. MHN is integrating patient data across different electronic medical record systems (EMRs) for 13 providers and more than 160,000 Medicaid safety net patients, making data accessible to providers when and where they need it. The EMR integration, in partnership with athenahealth's Platform Services and other technology partners, complements MHN's care management platform, MHNConnect. System interoperability reaches providers who are not on the platform as well as doctors with patient records in more than one system. The EMR system integration enhances care coordination because it gives healthcare providers real-time alerts about hospital admissions and discharges and prompts them to follow up with patients on tasks outlined in their discharge plans. At a glance, practitioners can view patient histories and care plans, assess their adherence to prescription medications and review actions taken in skilled nursing facilities. More access to timely information can potentially avert unnecessary emergency room visits or hospital readmissions. "This important step toward interoperability is breaking down barriers in care management and supports the entire patient journey across all settings." Cheryl Lulias, Medical Home Network president and CEO Key data points delivered in the EMR integration include emergency department visits; inpatient, skilled nursing facility and home health admissions; and primary care, behavioral health and specialty outpatient visits. "It really fills in gaps and leads to better conversations with patients," said Dr. Stephen S. Stabile, a family physician at PrimeCare Health in Chicago and an MHN medical director. "For instance, if I see that a patient saw a specialist that I didn't know they were seeing, it prompts me to inquire more." Patient information is provided in the MHN Baseball Card™, which provides a comprehensive view of a patient's data, and is securely integrated in the EMR and assigned to a particular provider. "This is about driving care enabling technology to surface the right data at the right time and improve providers workflows from within EMR," said Laura Merrick, director of program management and eSolutions at MHN. "Now providers can see comprehensive patient information without having to spend time tracking down records." Rollout Begins in Primary Care Clinics MHN partnered with athenahealth, the largest of the EMR companies among MHN's provider partners, to develop a scalable approach within a clinically integrated network. athenahealth supported the rollout of the system, which went live in November, to the first eight federally qualified health center partners. Rollout to other EMR systems and the clinics they serve will continue into 2022. "We applaud Medical Home Network for taking this step toward creating an interoperable ecosystem that will help providers deliver better coordinated patient care," said Paul Brient, athenahealth's chief product officer. "At athenahealth, we have built our core applications, from the beginning, on an open, connected, cloud-based platform to enable exactly these types of connections in healthcare. We are proud to help organizations like MHN make clinical information from across the healthcare continuum easier for providers to act on, helping to drive better patient experiences and outcomes." About Medical Home Network Medical Home Network (MHN) is transforming care in the safety net and building healthier communities. MHN, which was selected as one of the 2021 Best Places to Work in Healthcare, builds partnerships in the community to connect key stakeholders, from comprehensive primary care to community-based organizations. MHN enables healthcare providers to deliver integrated care. Our care teams build trusted relationships with patients and coordinate care with a focus on whole person health. The MHN model of care is powered by proprietary technology that enhances collaboration among community-based entities, which leads to improved outcomes, lower costs and reduced health disparities.

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AI Automates Data Migration Between Incompatible Healthcare Systems

DrFirst | February 02, 2022

Clinicians rely on accurate information in electronic health record (EHR) systems so that medication, allergy, and immunization data can trigger automatic safety alerts during prescribing and transitions of patient care. But that data can be compromised when moving it from one system to another because of varying terminology, disparities in formulary service vendors, imperfect interoperability standards, and inconsistent use of national drug codes. Now, a new partnership by InfoWerks Data Services, a leading provider of healthcare data services, and health technology pioneer DrFirst is using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to automate the process of sharing structured data between different systems. "This is more than a simple convenience. Manually entering information takes clinicians' time away from patients, contributing to burnout and introducing the possibility of keyboard errors that can cause patient harm and lead to readmissions. This is why we're so excited to partner with DrFirst and combine our unique but complementary services. Not only can we provide a more complete service to our customers, but we can rest well at night knowing we're giving clinicians data that is usable and meaningful to greatly reduce potential adverse drug events. This, in turn, drives better patient outcomes." Jeff Deitch, CEO of InfoWerks SmartProcessor,part of DrFirst's award-winning SmartSuite of solutions, uses AI and ML to solve data fidelity issues between disparate systems and formats, resulting in complete, clean, and consumable clinical data for the receiving system and end users. The patented AI engine normalizes drug, allergy, and prescription instruction information (known as "sigs") into consistent terms while processing "free text" so it pre-populates into discrete fields within the EHR. "Even after decades of digitization and standards, the healthcare industry still has a problem with dirty data. This means a great deal of digital information still gets touched by human hands before it can be consumed by hospital or pharmacy systems," said G.Cameron Deemer, president of DrFirst. "We are thrilled to work with InfoWerks so more health systems, hospitals, clinicians, and patients can benefit from our patented, game-changing technology that greatly improves the quality of migrated data." Both companies strive to better connect stakeholders in the healthcare universe with the data they need. Through this partnership, their product and service lines can be used as stand-alone or bundled solutions that adapt to a wide range of use cases within hospitals and health systems of all sizes, clinics, private physician practices, and pharmacies. About InfoWerks Data Services InfoWerks is a leading healthcare data management company offering a range of services including data migration, archiving, interfaces,consulting,and aggregation to all types of providers and other healthcare industry stakeholders. Since 1997,the company hasbeen enablinghealthcare companiesto transport and access their data without constraints. About DrFirst Since 2000, DrFirst has pioneered healthcare technology solutions and consulting services that securely connect people at touchpoints of care to improve patient outcomes. We create unconventional solutions that solve care collaboration, medication management, price transparency, and adherence challenges faced in healthcare. We unite the Healthiverse—the interconnected healthcare universe—by providing our clients with real-time access to the information they need, exactly when and how they need it, so patients get the best care possible. DrFirst solutions are used by nearly 325,000 healthcare professionals, including more than 120,000 prescribers, 70,000 pharmacies, 280 HIS/EHRs, and 1,500 hospitals in the U.S. andCanada.

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Hekka Labs Introduces the First Decentralized Chronic Disease Data Management Ecosystem in South Asia

Hekka Labs | January 15, 2022

Hekka Labs launches a game changing decentralized healthcare ecosystem for a far more efficient health record management. The firm will concentrate on the Southeast Asia market, starting with India, where it will establish the largest chronic disease data management network. Hekka then intends to connect to the rest of the world's healthcare market through the design and implementation of proprietary Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). Hekka has cemented initial partnerships with 3 Indian healthcare solution providers, Curisin, a healthcare company with a wide network of 30 million patients and 40,000 partnered doctors which as recently agreed to provide a minimum of 1.5 million medical records in 2022. A further agreement to provide up to 20 separate blood biomarkers together with Covid 19 data on 100,000 patients, will form the basis of an initial trial for its blockchain audit trail platform. IMMUNIDEX, a healthcare solution provider offering tests and applications that are driven by proprietary AI that can identify early immune-related risks and is well placed to capture highly valuable data for the Hekka network. TELEMEDICINE INDIAN CO, a start-up offering multi telemedicine services, multiple blood tests, and health screening including COVID-19 testing will form another integral part of data generation for the Hekka ecosystem. Hekka Labs with the integration of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) offers a plug and go solution that allows users to interact with the HEKKA ecosystem without major disruption. This set up can solve the inherent problems that occur on a regular basis in the healthcare industry such as inefficient biomarker management, document hogging and unstructured data management. Hekka Labs has set out to become the leading chronic illness and immunology platform in India. Hekka's private and public blockchain network solution will generate a new trust in Indian healthcare data management and can open up significant opportunity for both the domestic and global collaboration. This will lead to new levels of ethical standards and excellence for the Indian healthcare market. In the long run, Hekka plans to evolve as a significant decentralized healthcare ecosystem by connecting the network of medical and associated healthcare providers culminating in a targeted community of over 500 million patients. As a result, tens of billions of chronic disease digital biomarkers can be made available for Deep Learning, potentially speeding up new healthcare discoveries. HEK is the native token of the Hekka ecosystem, which is launched in the Ethereum network's ERC-20 standards for its intensive security and global reputation, ensuring the confidence of delivering the most sophisticated healthcare data management service. The HEK token is a token complimented by an ATOM token (Points) system which is the primary source of HEKKA 's data transfers. This ensures the value of the token. The HEK token will be a key component in serving all prospective users' interactions with the platform's different levels of service.

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MHN Integrates Patient Data with EMR Systems to Enable Better Care

Medical Home Network | January 12, 2022

Medical Home Network (MHN) is helping healthcare providers have more informed conversations with patients by enabling easy access to patient data in one place. With a timely and comprehensive view of patient information, providers can make more informed decisions and ultimately deliver better care. MHN is integrating patient data across different electronic medical record systems (EMRs) for 13 providers and more than 160,000 Medicaid safety net patients, making data accessible to providers when and where they need it. The EMR integration, in partnership with athenahealth's Platform Services and other technology partners, complements MHN's care management platform, MHNConnect. System interoperability reaches providers who are not on the platform as well as doctors with patient records in more than one system. The EMR system integration enhances care coordination because it gives healthcare providers real-time alerts about hospital admissions and discharges and prompts them to follow up with patients on tasks outlined in their discharge plans. At a glance, practitioners can view patient histories and care plans, assess their adherence to prescription medications and review actions taken in skilled nursing facilities. More access to timely information can potentially avert unnecessary emergency room visits or hospital readmissions. "This important step toward interoperability is breaking down barriers in care management and supports the entire patient journey across all settings." Cheryl Lulias, Medical Home Network president and CEO Key data points delivered in the EMR integration include emergency department visits; inpatient, skilled nursing facility and home health admissions; and primary care, behavioral health and specialty outpatient visits. "It really fills in gaps and leads to better conversations with patients," said Dr. Stephen S. Stabile, a family physician at PrimeCare Health in Chicago and an MHN medical director. "For instance, if I see that a patient saw a specialist that I didn't know they were seeing, it prompts me to inquire more." Patient information is provided in the MHN Baseball Card™, which provides a comprehensive view of a patient's data, and is securely integrated in the EMR and assigned to a particular provider. "This is about driving care enabling technology to surface the right data at the right time and improve providers workflows from within EMR," said Laura Merrick, director of program management and eSolutions at MHN. "Now providers can see comprehensive patient information without having to spend time tracking down records." Rollout Begins in Primary Care Clinics MHN partnered with athenahealth, the largest of the EMR companies among MHN's provider partners, to develop a scalable approach within a clinically integrated network. athenahealth supported the rollout of the system, which went live in November, to the first eight federally qualified health center partners. Rollout to other EMR systems and the clinics they serve will continue into 2022. "We applaud Medical Home Network for taking this step toward creating an interoperable ecosystem that will help providers deliver better coordinated patient care," said Paul Brient, athenahealth's chief product officer. "At athenahealth, we have built our core applications, from the beginning, on an open, connected, cloud-based platform to enable exactly these types of connections in healthcare. We are proud to help organizations like MHN make clinical information from across the healthcare continuum easier for providers to act on, helping to drive better patient experiences and outcomes." About Medical Home Network Medical Home Network (MHN) is transforming care in the safety net and building healthier communities. MHN, which was selected as one of the 2021 Best Places to Work in Healthcare, builds partnerships in the community to connect key stakeholders, from comprehensive primary care to community-based organizations. MHN enables healthcare providers to deliver integrated care. Our care teams build trusted relationships with patients and coordinate care with a focus on whole person health. The MHN model of care is powered by proprietary technology that enhances collaboration among community-based entities, which leads to improved outcomes, lower costs and reduced health disparities.

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