Disease management (DM), which has been around since the 1970s and became more prevalent with the advent of managed care, was designed to improve patient quality of life. By helping to ensure continuity of care and equipping patients with education and resources to better self-manage their conditions, people with chronic disease were shown to have better outcomes than those who did not participate in disease management programs.
Chronic Care Management/COVID-19 Data Assessment Helps Payers Improve Outcomes for Members with Chronic Disease
Verinovum is now offering free data assessments to help payers analyze the quality and completeness of their patient clinical data necessary to identify and provide care [...]
Healthcare data curation and enrichment company Verinovum announced today it is offering free data assessments to help payers analyze [...]
In today’s environment, front-line caregivers and patients place their trust in leadership to provide accurate and timely data. Without [...]
TulsaWorld: Multi-year, $50 million commitment by GKFF boosts Tulsa Innovation Labs’ effort to transform city into tech hub
The George Kaiser Family Foundation is investing $50 million toward making the city of Tulsa a technology hub. Revealed Wednesday, [...]