Published article in MedTech Intelligence By Mike Noshay Data is one of the most essential resources in health care. [...]
As the nation emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, now is the time to reflect on and address the deficiencies in our healthcare system. In particular, the pandemic revealed stark truths about our healthcare information technology (HIT) systems with respect to racial and ethnic health inequities and our inability to collect and share patient data electronically between providers, payers, public health organizations, and other stakeholders.
The 21st Century Cures Act was designed to give consumers greater access to their own clinical data and further advance interoperability. Yet, while these two goals are laudable, the Act does not make it any easier to get meaningful insights from payer data. This is because so much of the growing mountain of ingested data is unusable that it must be curated and enriched before it can yield anything of value.
Sean Alexander, Principal Director, Industry Clouds at Microsoft, has been appointed to the Verinovum Board of Directors. Verinovum is a [...]
Published article in Healthcare IT Today Within the data sphere, patient information is the most important and crucial healthcare [...]
The demand for accurate and timely insights from a fractured and siloed health ecosystem, spanning payer, provider, and healthcare organization information infrastructures, has never been greater. New technologies and innovations have proven to be a burden on the healthcare system, including new payment models where patient outcomes are being rewarded more than the quantity of services provided. Learn more from this white paper about what you can do to solve the problem.
Health information exchanges (HIEs) enable data sharing among neighboring healthcare organizations such as hospitals, labs, pharmacies, and clinics – [...]