Integrating medical devices with your EHR is a step toward making your practice more efficient and your patients healthier.
A popular adage dictates that if something isn’t broken, you shouldn’t try to fix it. Chances are, no one has ever said that about the meaningful use program.
The changing healthcare marketplace requires organizations to examine access to care in new ways and to find strategies that can increase opportunities for patients to receive their services.
Revenue cycle performance is a strategic differentiator for organizations because it funds important functions and goals, including provider compensation and growth. With that in mind, creating a well-functioning revenue cycle requires organizations to focus on the three Ps: people, process, and platform.
Anyone who has upgraded to IOS8 or an iPhone 6 may have noticed the appearance of a new little app called HealthKit. Does the platform have what it takes to garner mass appeal and long-term staying power?
Both employer- and individual-sponsored health insurance plans are mitigating the rising healthcare costs by passing them on to consumers, which is making patients more financially responsible for their healthcare utilization than ever before.
While orthopedic providers continue to navigate this new environment, the following outpatient trends are expected to continue taking shape in 2015.
ECG has identified four critical steps to successfully make the shift to population health management (PHM): provider network development, clinical integration, advanced informatics, and risk-based contracting. This article details how each of these steps can usher your organization down the path to PHM.
The transition to value-based care is challenging executive and physician leadership to develop a clear vision for the future of their organizations.
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