Managing External Health Information

Lorman

As we move into a new era of health care with the increased exchange of medical records in order to provide better, more coordinated care, the question of what information received from outside an organization should be included in a medical record takes on new importance. What with health homes, personal health records, and health information exchanges, as well as increased involvement by patients using digital tools like smart watches and smart phone apps, there is a torrent of information being directed at medical records, and it is essential to understand what belongs there and what should be rejected, and how. This information may come in the form of unsolicited health information, for example, information that is volunteered by patients or by other health care providers, either at the time the patient arrives for treatment or thereafter, and in some cases even after the patient has been discharged.
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Spotlight

The following infographic created by Accenture highlights the journey of  connected health and how it aims to connect all key areas of healthcare delivery through the interoperability of information and technology.

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Collaborating to Improve Health Beyond the Hospital

gotowebinar

After investing considerable effort in managing throughput, many hospitals and health systems today have created a more coordinated inpatient experience. But as hard as it is to create a harmonious environment within a hospital’s walls, unifying patient care outside those walls is exponentially more difficult. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has adopted an innovative population health management strategy that is helping the organization build a better healthcare system outside the hospital, driving a transformational shift in patient care delivery. The health system has also invested in telehealth and AI through its fast-growing NYP OnDemand digital care service, which is allowing caregivers to more efficiently deliver care and support NYP’s commitment of delivering the highest level of care to underserved communities.
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Information Sharing by Healthcare Collaborations: Managing Antitrust Risk

Strafford

This CLE webinar will guide healthcare counsel on antitrust violations that can arise when competitors share information either related to a partnership through a joint venture, accountable care organizations (ACO) or merger. The panel will offer insights and guidance on the limitations of exchanging information and managing the antitrust risk.
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Home State Health Leverages Conversational AI to Activate Their Members, Address SDOH, and Improve Quality Measures

questexweb

Like many health plans, engaging and activating vulnerable populations at scale is critical to Home State Health. Tailored conversations through text messaging between the health plan and the individual improves member engagement, which leads to improved quality measures and health outcomes. Advances in Conversational AI enable Home State Health to deliver meaningful dialogue that address multiple topics, incorporate Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and drive member action.
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4 patient pay practices to boost your bottom line

Athenahealth

Now more than ever, a larger share of your bill rests on your patients’ shoulders. And when they don’t pay, your bottom line suffers. How do you start collecting more of the money you’re owed while preserving your patient relationships? Join us for a discussion of patient pay tactics that work. Learn how top performers on the athenahealth network are successfully collecting on outstanding patient balances, and how to boost your overall financial performance.
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Spotlight

The following infographic created by Accenture highlights the journey of  connected health and how it aims to connect all key areas of healthcare delivery through the interoperability of information and technology.

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