Unlocking the Promise of AI in Member-Centric Care

July 1, 2019

Artificial intelligence holds much promise across the healthcare industry, from helping physicians with administrative tasks to increasing efficiency during clinical trials. For health plans, in particular, AI can help them increase operational efficiency, predict and manage risk, and provide member-centric care. However, a few key challenges—especially when it comes to data and developing expertise—could prevent health plans from unlocking the complete potential of AI. In this white paper, we share how health plans can overcome these key challenges, and how to create an action plan for AI success.
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Surgery Guide

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We know that having surgery can be stressful for the patient as well as the patient’s family. This guide can help reduce the stress. Our staff is committed to providing the best of care and providing the information you and your family need to feel truly connected to your healthcare team.

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The Healthcare Executive’s Guide

whitePaper | May 15, 2018

Managing the complex financial aspects of your healthcare business is a daunting task. You need a holistic, intuitive and intelligent solution that empowers you to be proactive and control costs with precision. Use this guide to make the most informed decision when selecting an ERP solution where better patient care is the bottom line.

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Digital Twins in Healthcare: Enabling mass personalization of care delivery

whitePaper | February 21, 2019

This paper explores how far we have come in generating massive amounts of patient data, but how unprepared we are to make use of it. A digital twin promises an outcome-driven approach to handling the data deluge arising from the patient’s interconnected biology, provider interactions, and the environment.

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STANDARDS OF MEDICAL CARE IN DIABETES—2018

whitePaper | January 18, 2018

Diabetes Care is a journal for the health care practitioner that is intended to increase knowledge, stimulate research, and promote better management of people with diabetes. To achieve these goals, the journal publishes original research on human studies in the following categories: Clinical Care/Education/Nutrition/ Psychosocial Research, Epidemiology/Health Services Research, Emerging Technologies and Therapeutics, Pathophysiology/Complications, and Cardiovascular and Metabolic Risk.

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"Conversation Ready": A Framework for Improving End-of-Life Care

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In 2012, The Conversation Project TCP, in collaboration with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement IHI, launched a public campaign dedicated to encouraging people to talk about their wishes for end of life care with their loved ones, before a health care crisis occurs. The aim of The Conversation Project is that everyone’s end-of-life care wishes are expressed and respected.

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Business Implications of Cultural Humility in the Healthcare Setting

whitePaper | April 17, 2018

Want to boost patients’ trust and support the delivery of higher quality care while building business value and maximizing revenue? Download our latest white paper, “Business Implications of Cultural Humility in the Healthcare Setting,” to learn about the impact of social responsibility and six significant steps for healthcare leaders from Cristina Muise, president of Medicus Healthcare Solutions.

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