Patient Data for Better Outcomes
Winning Consumerism and Quality Scores Starts...
Written by: Rich Morino, Senior 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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The 2019 Wrap Up: Mandate, Mandate, Mandate with...
Written by: Joe Finazzo, Director of Sales, Provider Markets

2019 was the year of government mandates — interoperability, drug pricing, price transparency, data privacy. With large multinational tech companies not formerly in the healthcare space coming to play in the market, agencies like the Office of the National Coordinator …

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Top Five Issues That Will Impact the Pharmacy...
Written by: Craig Ford, Vice President of Sales, Pharmacy Market

There are efforts underway to refine the use and exchange of health data so pharmacy companies can glean actionable insights. Technology and data will be a key part of success in the market, and pharmacy companies must choose their vendor partners wisely.

National Patient Identifier
The Case for a National Patient Identifier: 20...
Written by: Josh Schoeller, CEO, Healthcare Markets

The intention of a national patient identifier started out as a benevolent one: under the guise of HIPAA legislation in 1996, give each patient a unique, permanently assigned number to be used across the entire national healthcare system. Obviously, it’s …

Patient Engagement Outreach Vs Outcomes
Written by: Rich Morino, Senior Director, Health Care Solutions

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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