Accountable Care

By Nathan Eddy 11:34 am September 30, 2019
Analytics solutions have been very effective toward improving clinical, financial and operational performance at healthcare organizations, according to a HIMSS Analytics and Dimensional Insight study of 109 senior healthcare executives.
How merging financial and clinical data saved Yale New Haven Health $150 million

Yale-New Haven Hospital.

By Bill Siwicki 12:42 pm September 26, 2019
The massive undertaking, based around a new cost accounting system, is all part of a strategy to prepare for value-based reimbursement.
By Mike Miliard 12:08 pm September 26, 2019
The Omnibus Burden Reduction and Discharge Planning rules both aim to reduce red tape and enable transparency, says Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma.
By Mike Miliard 02:27 pm September 25, 2019
Providers nationwide need to make an organizational commitment to addressing social needs and health disparities, says the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – and policymakers need to sort out IT infrastructure and reimbursement.
By Nathan Eddy 11:55 am September 25, 2019
Healthcare Financial Management Association survey finds practices still focusing on IT capabilities to drive RCM benefits, particularly in the areas of revenue integrity.
By Jonah Comstock 04:55 pm September 23, 2019
What patients want from a healthcare provider is surprisingly uncomplicated. They want convenience. They want quality care. And they want empathy at a scary time in their lives.
Cerner, partners with Simplee on price transparency
By Nathan Eddy 12:30 pm September 23, 2019
Cerner will add Simplee's financial engagement platform to its revenue cycle portfolio and incorporate its billing tools into its consumer-facing technology
By Mike Miliard 10:28 am September 23, 2019
For its 13th annual National Health IT Week, which kicks off today and runs through Sept. 27, HIMSS will be focusing on how public- and private-sector stakeholders can better align information and technology to drive advancements in population health.
The goal is to run dozens of such quality improvement projects each year and to ultimately make randomization standard practice for the continual improvement of existing and new programs.

Part of the team responsible for randomized quality improvement projects carried out at New York University’s Langone Health medical center.

By Nathan Eddy 09:10 pm September 18, 2019
The goal is to run dozens of such quality improvement projects each year and to ultimately make randomization standard practice for the continual improvement of existing and new programs.
Health 2.0
By Mike Miliard 07:27 pm September 17, 2019
The conversation isn't just about apps anymore – it's about robust, patient-centered platforms that are changing the calculus for care delivery in a consumer-centered age.

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