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“No Surprises Act” Contains New Provider...
Written by: Dan Eikum, Senior Solution Consultant

The new “No Surprises Act” requires health plans to verify and update provider directory information at least every 90 days, which includes both individual providers and facilities. If you don’t have a plan to meet the requirements of the new regulation, it’s a good time to start.

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How Transportable Credentials Contribute to a...
Written by: Jay Sultan, VP, Healthcare Strategy

It’s been a year since COVID-19 upended our world and the healthcare industry. As we return to work and life, having transportable credentials will be important.

healthcare strategies
Four Healthcare Strategies: Drive 2021 Decisions...
Written by: Sean Larson, Senior Director, Healthcare Strategy

The COVID-19 vaccine approvals have given health systems (and payers) a glimmer of hope that the surge of acute patient COVID-19 admissions may be ebbing. As we anticipate a sense of normalcy, the shift for payer organizations will likely be toward planning our 2021 healthcare strategies.

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Health Providers Combat Data Breaches: The...
Written by: Courtney Timmons, Director, Marketing Strategy

Healthcare providers are suffering from data breaches at an alarming rate. While these attacks can have serious financial impact on health organizations, the effects on patient lives can be devastating.

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Provider Data: Leaving Patients in Limbo?
Written by: John Markloff, Sr. Director, Healthcare Strategy

Quality provider data is very important to healthcare organizations. In fact, in a recent survey[1]we conducted with data governance decision makers in provider organizations, 63% of respondents said that proper data governance improves care coordination across practices. These leaders also noted its importance to strategic planning (31% of respondents) and marketing (22%). Even so, organizations seem limited in their ability to maintain high quality provider data.

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