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Health information exchange (HIE) organizations are playing an increasingly important role in helping providers meet data exchange requirements of Stage 2 meaningful use, along with more »

Fourteen percent of American adults, or more than 16.4 million patients, have avoided seeing a physician for chronic disease management care in the past twelve more »

Two population health management initiatives that focus on increasing the use of primary care providers have reaped significant results for patients, says CMS Deputy Administrator more »

Better chronic disease management for heart failure patients with one or more comorbidities can lower the risk of those patients ending up back in the more »

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is committed to population health management for its beneficiaries as well as the public at large, CMS authors more »

Worried that population health management is more expensive than it’s worth?  You might wish to reconsider.  A new survey by KPMG LLP indicates that more more »

At varying paces nationally, payment models are shifting from fee-for-service to fee-for-value, including new models in which leading provider organizations take on the financial risk of providing health more »

The adoption of accountable care principles may not be top priority for many healthcare organizations, but for a number of providers in the Midwestern states, more »

Healthcare organizations are quickly learning that the idea of a one-and-done patient consult is becoming a thing of the past.  As outcomes-based reimbursement begins to more »

How can big data from internet searches translate into predictive analytics for emergency department utilization? If a patient is Googling “concussion symptoms” at 11:30 PM, more »

How effective is the patient-centered medical home? A series of studies argue that coordinated care is worth the effort. The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) has more »

Patient engagement is often seen as the key to preventative care, effective chronic disease management, and cost containment.  Despite the spread of accountable care arrangements more »

States awarded in round two for State Innovation Testing Models. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that 11 states have been awarded more »

Economic insecurity has a significant effect on chronic disease management and diabetes control, a new study finds. Proper chronic disease management for diabetes is significantly more »

Why is population health management so important for the financial wellbeing of healthcare organizations? The healthcare industry has had a difficult journey over the past more »

Humana, Inc. and United Hospital System will enact a new three-year Accountable Care agreement and partnership, effective January 1, 2015. The rising cost of health more »

LAC, TRI, and Truven Health have been given a grant to use applied analytics to improve adolescence wellness, prevention and early interventions under the ACA more »

How will big data, clinical analytics, and population health management impact the healthcare industry in 2015? Healthcare organizations that spent most of 2014 fighting off more »

The continuum of care is failing many hepatitis C patients who do not complete recommended care and treatment protocols. Hepatitis C patients often drop off more »

The value of Medicaid might not lie in chronic disease management, but the program can raise other quality of life and health factors. Patients with more »

Healthcare providers and community leaders work to bring population health management to patients across the nation. Population health management projects run the gamut from nation-sized more »

As HealthITAnalytics prepares to join the healthcare industry in celebrating the end of a busy, successful, eventful year, we would like to take the opportunity more »

A blood test that is particularly effective for predicting the development of coronary heart disease (CHD) in black women has passed the FDA’s approval process.  more »

Unplanned 30-day readmissions can be significantly reduced through care coordination, telehealth, and remote monitoring. Remote patient monitoring has been instrumental in cutting 30-day readmissions for more »

KLAS Research’s second annual rankings of population health management software vendors show just how quickly the market for such analytics and patient stratification technologies is more »

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