Financial/Revenue Cycle Management

Politico uncovers more funding indiscretions from Patrick Soon-Shiong

Biotech mogul Patrick Soon-Shing is facing more damning allegations about his fundraising.

By Jessica Davis 11:38 am April 10, 2017
The biotech mogul gave about $15 million to Phoenix Children’s Hospital fund that included millions in deals that benefited his for-profit companies.
Redox wins Intermountain interoperability tech
By Bernie Monegain 11:12 am April 10, 2017
Startup sees total Series B funding swell to $10 million.
Population health initiatives
By Tom Sullivan 01:25 pm April 07, 2017
Our top takeaways from the Pop Health Forum 2017 in Boston.
FDA gives 23andMe clearance
By Bernie Monegain 11:45 am April 07, 2017
The reversal of opinion could now open the floodgates for other genetic testing companies.

Alabama Representative Gary Palmer introduces a risk-sharing amendment for the ACHA on April 6, 2017. He co-wrote the amendment with Arizona Representative David Schweikert.

By Susan Morse 11:26 am April 06, 2017
The House speaker said the idea, modeled after a Maine program, has support of both moderates and the conservative Freedom Caucus.
Intermedix buys WPC

Joel Portice, Intermedix CEO, believes data science and AI will help better assist customers in managing care and optimizing their revenue cycles.

By Mike Miliard 11:22 am April 06, 2017
New predictive analytics capabilities will bolster company’s revenue cycle and practice management tools, officials say.
EHRs and doctor's time
By Bernie Monegain 01:40 pm April 05, 2017
Doctors are reimbursed for office visits, labwork and medical procedures but not for desktop tasks.

Veterans Affairs director of value management Nathan Tierney at the Pop Health Forum in Boston.

By Tom Sullivan 03:44 pm April 04, 2017
The Department of Veterans Affairs launched a value management system to bridge the gap between fee-for-service and value-based care.
Renee Broadbent Pop Health Forum 2017

Renee Broadbent, associate vice president of population health technology and strategy at UMass Memorial, advised attendees to consider four areas to advance value-based care and population health.

By Tom Sullivan 02:57 pm April 03, 2017
Instead, it’s the financial implications, IT infrastructure, provider readiness and cultural readiness that can make or break population health, healthcare leaders say at the Pop Health Forum.
Accenture: Healthcare saves billions
By Tom Sullivan 12:57 pm March 31, 2017
The consulting firm found 6 therapeutic areas for which digital investments can have a major impact.

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