MultiCare Connected Care has selected a Dallas-based company to support clinical interoperability, care coordination, population health management and analytics, as well as reporting for its accountable care organization.
More than 98 percent of athenahealth's medical practice clients achieved Stage 2 meaningful use in 2014. That number surpasses the MU attestation rate -- so far -- for any other EHR vendor, company officials say.
Cloud CRM vendor set to unveil collaboration platform it claims offers "a 360-degree view of patient and provider details."
As it has with other proposed rule-makings, CMS has touted the "flexibility" and "streamlined" nature of the new Stage 3 meaningful use measures. But some physician groups don't quite see things that way.
The new Stage 3 meaningful use rules proposed Friday by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services seek to give providers more flexibility, simplify the program, drive interoperability among electronic health records and put the focus on improved patient outcomes.
Physician practices are engaging in new healthcare payment models. But they're often overwhelmed by the amount of data they have to manage and varied expectations from payers.
Healthcare IT News and HIMSS Media are accepting speaking proposals for the Big Data & Healthcare Analytics Forum, which will be held in New York City, June 18-19.
Healthcare providers will now have the option of participating in an even higher risk accountable care organization, one that could yield higher returns than any other CMS program.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' first Chief Data Officer Niall Brennan talks about his first few months as CDO, and offers advice for providers looking to tap into their own data to drive efficiency and improve care.
Changes in the healthcare marketplace to a consumer focus require a fresh look at how the revenue cycle is managed.