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Fri, 25 Jan 2019
1. Population health management program growth tied to value-based care
2. Precision medicine is “not at loggerheads” with population health
3. Kaiser introduces 3 initiatives to end homelessness
4. Reducing out of pocket health costs associated with better population health: study
5. Chronic Disease Management, Diabetes Patient Costs Up $6K
6. Patient-directed Utah Health Information Network increases engagement and care management
7. Boston Children’s Hospital, Medumo join forces to support patient care journeys
8. IBM Watson Health focused on value-based care, physician burnout, personalized medicine
9. Payers Fall Short in Effective Beneficiary Communication
10. Long-Term Care, Assisted Living Drove Record Health Care Deal Volume in 2018
As healthcare organizations lean toward value-based care, population health management programs will continue to grow as they give providers valuable data analytics. The drive to value-based care will continue to foster population health ...
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The founding dean of the nation’s first college of population health explains that precision medicine and population health are in reality synergistic concepts. Precision medicine is using knowledge about a person’s genetic ...
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Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente announced three initiatives to help secure affordable housing across the system’s footprint and help end homelessness Jan. 15. Three things to know: 1. During a press conference Jan. 15, Kaiser ...
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Reducing user charges is associated with improved health outcomes in low and middle-income countries, new research has found. The first systematic review of the relationship between user charges and health outcomes in lower middle-income ...
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Chronic disease management costs for patients with type 1 diabetes increased from $12,500 to $18,500 between 2012 and 2016. Chronic disease management and treatment for individuals with type 1 diabetes can cost patients thousands of dollars...
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By empowering patients with a single entry point to all their data, the exchange also benefits providers and payers. Sometimes, the consumer is the one group that gets ignored in the electronic exchange of health information. ..
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Boston Children’s Hospital is partnering with Medumo, a patient navigation platform provider, to improve patient entry and experience during their care journeys. Per the partnership, Medumo’s CareTour platform will incorporate ...
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The AI vendor will be discussing these 2019 healthcare and technology trends with attendees at HIMSS19 in Orlando next month. IBM Watson Health, known throughout the industry for its artificial intelligence work, has identified three major ...
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Two-thirds of beneficiary communication is more complex to read than Moby Dick, causing issues for patients with low health literacy. Healthcare payers’ beneficiary communication efforts leave a lot to be desired, as organizations let ...
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A record-setting year for deal volume further confirms senior housing is now an institutional-grade real estate product type. Long-term care and assisted living deal volume paced a 14.4% increase over 2017, according to ...
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