Tag Archive: Medicare

by Matt Guldin | February 22, 2015

Payers Accelerating the Move Towards Value-Based Reimbursement

Chilmark Bight Recently, HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced plans to accelerate the transitions in Medicare reimbursement models that have already […]

by Naveen Rao | January 28, 2015

Consumer-Driven Models of Care: Healthcare’s New Front Door

The Revolution One of the trending topics in healthcare right now is that of the “consumer revolution.” With so many […]

by Matt Guldin | December 01, 2014

Valued-Based Payments Leading to Value-Based Supplier Pricing?

Costs & Value Healthcare organizations (HCOs) are undergoing strategic shifts as they move from volume to value-based reimbursement models. Not […]

by Liz Gavriel | November 28, 2014

Home Is Where the Health Is: The Current State of Connected Health

Digital Reality 2014 has served as a coming out party for all things Connected Health. The buzz around telemedicine, virtual […]

by Brian Murphy | August 01, 2014

Information Blocking Laws — Ready, Shoot, Aim

Interference The most straightforward definition of interoperability we have heard so far is from David Kendrick, CEO of MyHealth Access […]

by Brian Murphy | May 04, 2014

Can Using an HIE for Orders and Results Land You in Club Fed?

Tread Softly Pay-to-play is a cornerstone of many extremely efficient and perfectly legal markets. In healthcare it raises a host […]

by Naveen Rao | April 01, 2014

Measuring Patient Engagement

Rise of Consumer Engagement As Healthcare organizations (HCOs) begin to go “beyond the portal” with their approaches to patient engagement, […]

by Naveen Rao | February 01, 2014

Video Visits: A Market Stuck in Replay is Ready to Fast Forward

Consumer Engagement  Traditionally, consumer engagement has been more of a marketing and business function, while patient engagement has remained a […]

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