June 30, 2015 - When it comes to medical research and the rapidly expanding reach of precision medicine, physical specimens play a critical role in developing the big data later used for large-scale analytics that generate insights and produce results. Hospitals and clinics collect enormous amounts of blood, tissue, and other materials on a daily basis to use for diagnostic testing, but the remains...
June 23, 2015 - Becoming a patient-centered medical home takes a great deal of hard work and a steady commitment to continual practice improvement. To achieve the coveted Level III NCQA recognition, providers must operate at peak performance, leveraging health IT to bring coordinated, high-quality population health management to their communities. But the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) recognition...
June 18, 2015 - While hospitals and health systems face numerous obstacles when it comes to caring for patients across a complex, convoluted continuum of care, sometimes the most challenging part of the process is ensuring that patients are able to make initial appointments with the right healthcare provider in the first place. The process of ensuring long-term patient engagement and retention often...
June 4, 2015 - Healthcare providers have been going the distance to cut the huge costs associated with the growing epidemic of chronic diseases and a quickly aging population, but the answer to improved care coordination and reduced hospitalizations might be much closer to home than previously thought. For some patients at Banner Health, a 28-hospital chain based in Arizona, sophisticated chronic disease...
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