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Report Reveals Trends in Health IT Data Analytics and Reporting
A new report highlights how extensively health care professionals are using health information technology (HIT) applications, providing unique insight into the ways technology is transforming the industry. The research, sponsored by TCS Healthcare Technologies (TCS) with other leading health care organizations, assesses which software programs are being used, how they are being leveraged, and the types of functionality that are most important in day-to-day operations.
 
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Jai Medical Systems Successfully Implements TCS Healthcare Technologies’ ACUITY Advanced Care™ Management System
Jai Medical Systems (JMS), a Medicaid Managed Care Organization (MCO) that provides Medicaid health insurance benefits for the State of Maryland, has successfully implemented TCS Healthcare Technologies’ ACUITY Advanced Care™ (ACUITY) care management system to support their managed care organization model. ACUITY is a patient-centered care management software system that performs integrated utilization, case and disease management.
 
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Trend Report Explores Impact of Technology on Provider Caseloads
A new report confirms that increased use of health information technology by providers does not necessarily translate to more face-time with patients. The report, part of an ongoing series that analyzes the results of the 3rd bi-annual Health IT Survey, also reveals several other caseload trends in regard to time allocation, caseload levels by provider setting, and how case managers spend their time.
 
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TCS Healthcare Technologies Names Jeff Frater Director of Partner Development
TCS Healthcare Technologies (TCS), a leading provider of software and clinical solutions for population health management, has appointed Jeff Frater, RN, BSN, director of partner development.
 
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Trend Report Reveals Increased Reliance on Health IT Systems Across Clinical Settings
A new report on health information technology (health IT) usage identifies key trends in integration and interoperability functions embedded in care management software, electronic health record (EHR) and other IT applications. Analysis of a six-year research cycle unveils several areas where health IT interfaces have slowed or weakened.
 

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