Thursday, July 7, 2016
Have you ever thought about what "value-based purchasing" really means and how it affects the role of the case manager? At first thought, it would seem that the case manager’s role really doesn’t have anything to do with a new reimbursement model for health care providers; after all, case managers do not have any involvement in provider reimbursement, nor do they have anything to do with health care contracting or purchasing. However, once we examine this in more detail, I think you will see that case managers actually play a very significant role in value-based purchasing (VBP).
Monday, June 20, 2016
Our chief operating officer reflects on here experience at the 2016 WITI Summit.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Because of the continued development of new clinical guidelines and medical breakthroughs, health IT systems will continue to assume an instrumental role in helping clinicians develop, integrate and customize care plans that are flexible and transparent, thereby resulting in better transitions of care and health outcomes.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Our Senior Vice President discusses trends and offers predictions on what is happening in the healthcare industry and where it may be going in the near future.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
The New Year always generates a multitude of articles and blogs discussing health care trends and predictions for the coming year, so I thought I would contribute mine also. Throughout 2014, population health management, value-based purchasing and other advancements in health information systems accelerated the pace of change. As health content moves to mobile devices and the availability of internet-enabled care, case managers and patients are poised to benefit from the rise of the ePatient in 2015.