Improving Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences Performance with Big Data

The ability to access, analyze, and manage vast volumes of data while rapidly evolving the Information Architecture has long been critical to pharmaceutical and life sciences companies as they improve business efficiency and performance. While accelerated drug development that drives improved drug pipelines and more complete clinical trials and the ability to predict failure early remain keys to success, better analysis of patient adherence and improving time to market for new drugs helps to maximize overall profitability.
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STAR+PLUS Medicare-Medicaid Plan (MMP) Frequently Asked Questions

whitePaper | November 12, 2014

Cenpatico covers a comprehensive array of behavioral health and substance use disorder services. For a comprehensive listing of covered services and authorization requirements, please refer to the Texas Covered Services & Authorization Guidelines document in the Cenpatico Provider Manual www.cenpatico.com.

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Surviving and Thriving in 21st Century Healthcare

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What impact is paper having on your ability to capture, access and share discrete data? With increasing competition and changing regulatory requirements, the demand for easily accessible data is higher than ever. Can you meet that challenge? Learn how faster, cleaner data gathered during registration can have a profound effect on the entire organization…

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Digital Health: Primary care is no longer primary

whitePaper | June 20, 2018

Today’s healthcare consumers have access to a range of digital health technologies that are transforming how they can manage their healthcare. Accenture research shows that as these convenient self-management options evolve, consumers are less likely to engage regularly with a dedicated primary care physician (PCP). Younger consumers, especially, are less likely to rely on a single physician for their healthcare needs.

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The Mount Sinai Health System

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This implementation strategy describes how Mount Sinai Hospital plans to address significant community health needs from 2014 to 2016. These needs were identified in the 2013 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), published and made widely available to the public in December 2013. The 2013 CHNA and this implementation strategy were undertaken to understand and address community health needs, and in accordance with proposed Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regulations pursuant to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.

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Reimagining healthcare IT for the next decade

whitePaper | March 2, 2020

In the decade since the HITECH Act was passed, first-generation electronic health record systems provided a foundation for innovations such as electronic prescribing, clinical decision support and predictive analytics. While usability and productivity issues with EHRs have been well documented, there are significant untapped opportunities to optimize the EHR and health IT. In this whitepaper, PatientKeeper outlines a vision for the future of health IT through the next decade, which includes New data-driven approaches that leverage the clinical information being captured by the EHR to improve patient outcomes and reduce physician burnout, Optimized communication between physicians, nurses and ancillary staff to produce better patient outcomes as efficiencies improve, Better interoperability to improve care coordination and inspire opportunities for ideas like telemedicine to alleviate physician shortages

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Analytics is the Answer to Compliant Coverage Identification

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It’s a dilemma that challenges hospitals, physician practices, labs, and durable medical-equipment companies (DMEs) every day: How do you determine if a patient presenting as self-pay or charity care has undisclosed insurance coverage, without compromising compliance requirements? The liability of self-pay accounts is a growing problem, with providers incurring billions of dollars in losses each year. An American Hospital Association report shows hospitals provided $35.7 billion in uncompensated care (including bad debt and charity care) in 2015 alone. Providers need an aggressive-yet-compliant method for identifying sources of reimbursement in a timely manner, before filing deadlines, and before the only option left for recouping payment is to engage collection agencies a last-ditch strategy with traditionally low returns.

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