telehealth and provider data
Is My Doctor Online? Enabling Telehealth Through...
Written by: Makesha Cropper, Director of Market Planning, Provider Data

As the United States faces the growing COVID-19 health crisis, the delivery of healthcare is changing rapidly – particularly regarding the use of telehealth. In March, telehealth visits were up 50% and are expected to hit 1 billion this year. …

Patient Data for Better Outcomes
Winning Consumerism and Quality Scores Starts...
Written by: Rich Morino, Director, Health Care Solutions

The problem with data quality goes beyond data entry errors. Patient data erodes at an estimated rate of 3% per month. It’s in a continual state of flux as individuals change jobs, phones, addresses and even their names (marriages and divorces). And you have to reach them, before they will come.

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Helping Pharmacies Address Evolving Regulatory...
Written by: Andrew Markloff, Market Planner

When it comes to filling prescriptions, staying abreast of the latest market developments is vital to pharmacy business continuity. The trends we are seeing today in the legislature around pharmacy compliance point to the tightening of the rules around prescriber …

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Optimizing Provider Data Quality to Enhance the...
Written by: Makesha Cropper, Director of Market Planning, Provider Data

Mr. Smith is a 68-year-old retired teacher on a tight, fixed income. After visiting his Primary Care Physician (PCP) for a regular check-up, his PCP requested that he schedule an appointment with an Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) specialist for a …

Patient Engagement Outreach Vs Outcomes
Written by: Erin Benson, Senior Director, Market Planning

As the Office of National Coordinator, Health and Human Services and other government entities try to solve the interoperability and data sharing challenge, even among themselves, providers are still floundering. They are wondering which way to turn and which technologies …

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