Population Health

My Health Direct app on computer screen
By Bill Siwicki 01:35 pm October 05, 2018
This case study shows how the system connected more than 50,000 vulnerable patients with appointments, with 38 percent of those for the uninsured, by giving patients greater visibility into care options.
Keshana Owens-Cody
By Bill Siwicki 01:09 pm October 03, 2018
This case study shows how the Alliance for Better Health launched a referral network to help providers to ensure patients have access to housing, food, education, transportation and more.
princeton healthcare building in New Jersey

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By Bill Siwicki 04:37 pm September 28, 2018
A case study about how tech helped Princeton reduce inpatient utilization by 5 percent and decrease expenditures in post-acute care by 12 percent since it began with the MSSP program.
Boston Children's hospital

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By Mike Miliard 01:35 pm September 28, 2018
Boston Children’s Hospital and MedStar Health Research Institute will use the LEAP in Health IT funding to develop new interoperability applications for clinical workflow and pop health.
NYU Langone Health on East 17th Street in New York City

NYU Langone Health on East 17th Street in New York City. Credit: Google Maps

By Bill Siwicki 10:45 am September 25, 2018
Robert Wood Johnson and NYU Langone tweaked processes to use social determinants, proactive screening and remote patient monitoring to reach goals.
Dave Chase headshot
By Tom Sullivan 09:00 am September 20, 2018
Dave Chase puts forth contrarian viewpoints in his new book, and predicts that millennials will redirect the future of healthcare – which is a good thing.
Hal Wolf speaking on the stage of Health 2.0 in Santa Clara, California
By Laura Lovett 03:26 pm September 17, 2018
The global aging population may be straining resources, but could also be what pushes digital health innovations.
exterior view of TriHealth in Cinncinati Ohio

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By Mike Miliard 02:22 pm September 13, 2018
Data-driven partnerships with skilled nursing facilities helped the Ohio health system improve care outcomes and lower costs.
Infant bioprint tool used on infant in hospital
By Mike Miliard 01:39 pm September 13, 2018
University of California San Diego researchers have created a new biometric technology they say could help securely identify children and and even newborns with just the wave of a finger.
elderly getting out of van and into a wheelchair
By Jessica Davis 01:24 pm August 28, 2018
To VirtualHealth’s Sheela Ramamurthy, technology that works in the background to create a full picture of the patient will greatly impact the sickest, most vulnerable care populations.

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