Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs)

The Chase Comparison – Moving Beyond the EMR for Quality Improvement

September 16, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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Moving from volume to value-based care is a journey. That much is clear. But how can provider organizations use Chase bank as a guide as they move from different care models in an attempt to improve outcomes?

Texas Health Resources COO Talks Innovation, Strategy—and Faith

September 16, 2014     Mark Hagland
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Jeffrey Canose, M.D., who in early September was named senior executive vice president and COO of the vast Texas Health Resources integrated health system, shares his perspectives on his organization’s assertive push into the future of healthcare

Health IT Policy Leaders Seek Clarity: An Extended Look

September 10, 2014     Rajiv Leventhal
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As an extension of Associate Editor Rajiv Leventhal’s health IT policy piece in the September issue of Healthcare Informatics and posted online last month, legislative experts dig even deeper into the many regulatory issues weighing down the industry.

An Evolving Organization in an Evolving Environment Turns to Analytics

September 10, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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Michael Hunt, D.O., CMIO and CIO at St. Vincent’s Health Partners Inc., talks about leveraging analytics for quality improvement, in advance of the Health IT Summit in New York, to be held September 16-17 at the McGraw-Hill Conference Center.

Challenges for Population Health: A Clinical and Technology Approach

September 10, 2014     Dave Levin, M.D. and Pete Rivera
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Now with Patient Centered Medical Home, Meaningful Use and Accountable Care we are seeing a shift in how we view this information. Data is now a valuable asset to be used as a patient health tool, not just for payment and operations.

Accountable Care in Early Stage Development around the Globe

September 9, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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Accountable care programs and initiatives are forming across the globe, but most are still in the early stages of development, a new research article reveals.

At Steward Health, All Eyes are on the Population Health Prize

September 7, 2014     Mark Hagland
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Dominique Morgan-Solomon and her colleagues at Steward Health Care System are aggressively pursuing population health and analytics strategies, within and beyond their Pioneer ACO participation

Dr. Gregory Moore: Sharing the Geisinger Perspective on Clinical Transformation

September 4, 2014     Mark Hagland
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Gregory Moore, M.D., Ph.D., the chief emerging technology and informatics officer at the Geisinger Health System, will share the “Geisinger perspective” on clinical transformation, in a keynote address at the Health IT Summit in New York City

Making Headway With Data Exchange in the Big Apple

September 3, 2014     Rajiv Leventhal
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In advance of the Health IT Summit in New York, to be held September 16-17, Gil Kuperman, M.D., Ph.D., director, interoperability informatics at New York Presbyterian Hospital, talks to HCI about the key issues around exchanging data in new models of care.

What Does Sharp HealthCare’s Pioneer Departure Mean?

September 3, 2014     Mark Hagland
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What does it mean that Sharp HealthCare has just announced its departure from the Medicare Pioneer accountable care organization (ACO) shared savings program?

Crystal Run Health Care: ACO Momentum in the Hudson Valley

August 29, 2014     Mark Hagland
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In New York’s Hudson Valley region, physician leaders are pushing hard to redesign care management—and they’re even creating their own physician-run health plan

Sharp Healthcare Becomes Latest to Depart Medicare Pioneer ACO Program

August 29, 2014     Gabriel Perna
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Sharp Healthcare, a San Diego-based health system, is having its accountable care organization (ACO) depart the Medicare Pioneer ACO program
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