Quality Data: The Key to Enhance Value-based

fiercehealthcare

As the healthcare industry moves toward value-based care, payers are increasingly concerned with clinical outcomes. Health plans are finding that they need to leverage all clinical and administrative data, in addition to claims data, to improve member health and optimize reimbursement within value-based payment models.  Harmonizing data across the healthcare continuum presents a significant challenge due to the variety of disconnected data elements that must be connected to get a true 360-degree view of member health. Before healthcare organizations can effectively benefit from the data’s value, the data itself needs to be normalized to achieve semantic interoperability.
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Reimagining the Inpatient Experience

HIMSS Media

Consumer expectations are reshaping the healthcare experience today placing new pressures on health systems to digitally transform to keep pace. While the shift to value-based care, an expansive and complex technology landscape, and growing volumes of data add to the complexity, these factors also provide new opportunities for hospitals and health systems to create a more participatory healthcare experience for patients and their families.
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it’s time for telehealth: why virtual is now vital

athenahealth

Telehealth has always made sense in theory: quickly provide consultations, assessments, and test results, and save your patients a trip to your office. Now that some telehealth services are reimbursable, its time to make the most of this opportunity.
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Understanding BRAF-Mutations in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer

ACCC

BRAF Mutations in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer The MAPK Signaling Pathway in Colorectal Cancer.National Comprehensive Cancer Network NCCN mCRC Testing Recommendations.
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Leveraging Open Source to Advance Clinical Decision Support

HIMSS Media

Hospital and acute-care facility staff view clinical decision support (CDS) tools as a chief ingredient in improving patient care, despite dissatisfaction with their current solution. That’s according to a recent survey of clinicians and healthcare IT and business professionals conducted by HIMSS Media. Join our webinar to take a deeper dive into the research and solutions that healthcare organizations are using today to achieve success and satisfaction in CDS, including the role of open-source software to obtain the desired capabilities.
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