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Blog posts tagged with population health management

  • Whose data is it anyway?

    Dr. Anna Bayes
    August 02, 2018

    When patients receive NHS healthcare services, they are giving consent to that Trust to store clinical and demographic details. Trusts need to share data with other healthcare providers, often in a separate organisation, leading stakeholders to ask: Whose data is it anyway? Read more…

  • 5 lessons learned from a decade of interoperability

    Dr. Michael Blackman
    July 31, 2018

    UPMC is a leader in health IT innovation, and one area where it has excelled is with interoperability. In a recent case study, UPMC team members shared insights learned from more than a decade of interoperability work. Read more…

  • 6 lessons learned from implementing team-based care

    Dr. Jen Bolduc
    July 24, 2018

    Clinician burnout has been an issue for years, and is a complex, systemic problem. One of our clients, Mankato Clinic addressed this problem with a new approach to care. Read more…

  • An ACO story: How calculated risk is paying off

    Jen Bolduc, M.D.
    July 18, 2018

    Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) that demonstrate quality and savings earn rewards – the more risk they take on, the more money they can earn. Coastal Carolina Health Care’s (CCHC) ACO took the calculated risk to enter into a two-sided arrangement and it’s paying off. Read more…

  • Integrating a point-of-care assessment for pain and opioid risk

    Tina Joros
    July 16, 2018

    Integrating a point-of-care assessment for pain and opioid risk by Tina Joros. The opioid epidemic in the United States affects millions and is changing the landscape of patient care. Now more than ever, practitioners are seeking ways to improve the safety of opioid prescribing and reduce the potential for abuse, misuse and diversion. Read more…

  • Opioid crisis: Many stakeholders, common themes, Part 2

    David Hurwitz, MD
    July 05, 2018

    The recent Modern Healthcare Opioid Crisis Symposium reflected the broad variety of perspectives needed to address this complex problem. Part 2 focuses on data and information sharing across disciplines for a holistic response. Read more…

  • Is healthcare ready for conversational artificial intelligence?

    Phil Marshall, MD, MPH
    June 28, 2018

    The time is right for conversational AI in healthcare. Automated outreach to patients can help satisfy the requirements of value-based care and increased patient demand for services. Read more…

  • Opioid crisis: Many stakeholders, common themes, Part 1 2

    Dr. David Hurwitz
    June 14, 2018

    The recent Modern Healthcare Opioid Crisis Symposium reflected the broad variety of perspectives needed to address this complex problem. Part 1 focuses on stigma, physician education and unintended consequences of reducing prescriptions. Read more…

  • The promise of Artificial Intelligence in health IT

    Fatima Paruk, M.D.
    May 30, 2018

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around a long time, but it is a newer concept within healthcare. AI holds a lot of promise, particularly in the areas of population health management, healthcare access and quality. Read more…

  • 5 ways Allscripts will help fight opioid abuse in 2018

    Paul Black
    May 01, 2018

    The opioid crisis has taken a devastating toll, and we all have a part to play in responding to the epidemic. Here are five ways Allscripts plans to help clinicians combat the opioid crisis in 2018. Read more…

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