As the leading patient care organizations in the U.S. get deeper into population health management, priorities are becoming far more patient-centered than ever before, according to a panel of speakers at the iHT2 New York Health IT Summit on Sept. 29.
The leaders at Lancaster General Health in Lancaster, Pa., which in August became part of the Philadelphia-based Penn Medicine system, have been moving ahead on population health management initiatives recently
New leadership traits and skills will be required for CIOs to thrive in tomorrow's healthcare, according to Russell P. Branzell, president and CEO of CHIME, and others, who presented at the CHIME Lead Forum-New York on Sept. 28.
As healthcare providers face new entrants and a robustly competitive healthcare marketplace going forward, Chartis Group consultants Mark Werner, M.D., and Raphe Schwartz offer a vision of “systems of engagement” that can help providers to rethink the...
Most small practices don’t have the mindset to become paperless from the get-go. In Austin, Tx. however, a jack-of-all-trades practice manager has made that ambition become a reality for a dermatology office.
In Seattle, healthcare leaders addressed a spectrum of issues facing the industry as patient care organizations begin to leverage analytics capabilities for population health and accountable care purposes
In the changing healthcare landscape, now centered around accountable and value-based care, effective referrals have undoubtedly become more important. New technology at Mount Sinai Health System is making that process smoother and faster.