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Healthcare IT News | December 11, 2018
New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery, the first specialty hospital to win a HIMSS Davies Award for Excellence. has found a way to use teamwork and health IT to improve processes and care outcomes. With nearly 19,000 annual inpatient surgeries, requiring close bed utilization monitoring, HSS leadership used to receive operational reports four times a day using manual data collection, but this posed significant operational challenges, and length of stay adherence was also lacking. To r...
Healthcare IT News | February 06, 2019
HIMSS has awarded New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery the 2018 HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award for its work improving its bed management process and average pathway length of stay adherence. Many healthcare organizations wrestle with challenges related to patient volume on a regular basis. Seeking revamped strategies to address these challenges, the Hospital for Special Surgery focused on ways to improve clinical pathway management and their bed planning process. Patient access services ...
MedCity News | January 13, 2020
Healthcare analytics company Arcadia raised $29.5 million in new funding. The growth capital round was led by Cigna Ventures, with participation from past investors. Burlington, Massachusetts-based Arcadia integrates with more than 40 different electronic health record companies. It aggregates and analyzes records data to help hospitals and accountable care organizations meet metrics for value-based care. The company also develops tools to identify gaps in patient care and find ways to improve o...
mHealthIntelligence | January 13, 2020
Teladoc Health is looking to combine telehealth and telemedicine with a major acquisition announced over the weekend. The Texas-based developer of consumer-to-provider telehealth solutions is adding provider-to-provider services with its planned purchase of InTouch Health. Announced prior to the J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference this week in San Francisco, the $600 million deal shakes up the upper echelons of connected health and pushes the industry even further toward integrated, enterprise-lev...
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