data sharing
Breaking the Seal on Data Sharing in Healthcare
Written by: Jay Sultan, VP, Healthcare Strategy

Against the backdrop of a global health crisis, news that the U.S. federal government published its Final Rule on Interoperability likely went unnoticed to many delivery system leaders outside of healthcare IT. However, the federal mandate marks a very important milestone in U.S. patient health: mandating secure access, exchange, and use of electronic health information.

care quality
When Healthcare Data Truly Flows We Can Improve...
Written by: Jay Sultan, VP, Healthcare Strategy

The promise of interoperability has the capability to reduce medical spend, improve care quality and user experiences, and develop stronger public health service. It means informed and empowered patients/members.

care delivery
Through the COVID-19 Pandemic, a Stronger...
Written by: Emily Mortimer, Director, Market Planning

Virtual care delivery offers much more than social distancing and convenience; it allows organizations to “meet the patient where they are” and overcome barriers to care such as lack of transportation and rural isolation.

connected care
How COVID-19 Clarifies the Promise of Connected...
Written by: Rich Morino, Director, Health Care Solutions

From a technology perspective, the evolution of COVID-19 has turned out to be a sort of proving ground for the concepts discussed in those January focus groups. Rather than being pushed to the back burner, efforts to achieve connected care through data optimization are ever more critical.

Patient Matching
Non-Traditional Data is the Key to Better Patient...
Written by: Justin Hyde, Senior Director, Market Planning

Comprehensive patient information is one of the top factors that impacts treatment for patients in government healthcare systems and programs. Incomplete and inaccurate profiles can lead to slow service, impede quality of care and waste resources.

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