The healthcare industry’s transition away from a fee-for-service environment has spawned a litany of new care models. Patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs), accountable care organizations (ACOs), and the like may differ in certain respects, but they all share a common goal – to improve the quality of patient care and reduce costs through better coordination. 991 more words
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This blog post was written by Jenni Bendfeldt, Manager, and Dan Harrison, Senior Manager.
Apple has a way of introducing products that transform entire industries and make consumers wonder how they ever got by beforehand (when’s the last time you carried around a bunch of CDs?). 438 more words
Healthcare providers are investing heavily in IT solutions in an effort to make their operations more efficient, offer useful tools to their patients, and comply with government-mandated technology standards. 94 more words
This post features a conversation between John Whitham, Principal, and Conor Gallagher, Senior Manager.
The continuing migration of surgical procedures from hospitals to ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) has health system leaders rethinking their outpatient strategies. 1,194 more words
After the fiasco of Windows 8, Microsoft did what was needed – it rebuilt its OS from the ground up thanks to constructive criticism. This particular OS, probably one of the final iterations of Windows as we know it, was then released into uncharted waters a few months ago amongst fanatical beta users of Windows. 88 more words
Data is integral to every aspect of healthcare. Timely access to accurate, up-to-date data – medical history, drug interactions, information about a particular disease – positions providers to successfully treat patients in a safe and efficient manner. 468 more words