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New health system’s EHR helps 45% of its patients get Medicare Wellness visits

Quorum Health.

By Bill Siwicki 11:48 am January 14, 2020
Quorum Health achieved many financial milestones from a successful spinoff operation, and its integration of the athenahealth EHR across the org also helped get the Chronic Care Management program to 60,000 Medicare patients.

Above photo: Mater Hospital Brisbane. Credit: Mater

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By 09:53 pm January 13, 2020
“Our goal is to make all of a patient’s health record available in our clinical portal so that when a clinician brings up a patient’s record, they can have all the information they need,” said S. Wissmann, director of information management, Mater.
By Mike Miliard 04:09 pm January 13, 2020
At HIMSS20, its Chief Health Information Officer will show how the health system is simplifying AI models so care managers can better understand them – and be more likely to use them.
By Bill Siwicki 02:16 pm January 13, 2020
Five health IT experts from patient experience and patient engagement IT vendor GetWellNetwork open up about what they are seeing as important trends this year.
By Nathan Eddy 10:54 am January 13, 2020
And that's costing the U.S. healthcare system in a big way, even in the era of value-based care, according to a new survey from Black Book.
By Leontina Postelnicu 03:15 am January 13, 2020
The trust joins a number of organisations in the Greater Manchester area working with Allscripts.
By Mike Miliard 02:33 pm January 10, 2020
FHIR-based clinical data retrieval and an API to more easily share data will help payers, pharma and providers with forthcoming 21st Century Cures rules, the company says.
How one ACO saved $55 million in three years with care coordination tech

Catalyst Health Network in Dallas, Texas.

By Bill Siwicki 12:37 pm January 10, 2020
The new technology enabled Catalyst Health Network to achieve all of its care management goals and create a fully connected information highway, its president says.
By Nathan Eddy 12:18 pm January 10, 2020
The findings suggest AI systems can be trained to detect and grade cancer in prostate needle biopsy samples with an accuracy rate equal to that of prostate pathology experts.
By Nathan Eddy 10:00 am January 10, 2020
Healthcare providers will increasingly be seeking innovative technology as they develop new patient engagement and experience strategies to remain competitive.

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