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 - Charles Christian on Health IT
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After working in health IT (HIT) for 30-plus years, no one could accuse Charles Christian of being a Luddite. However, as a participant in a half dozen health information exchanges (HIEs) at his former post in Indiana—and even more transitions in federal health policy—Christian is not naïve about...
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Non-profit hospitals have to do it every three years to comply with the requirements of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), but probably any hospital or clinic would benefit by conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).
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In today’s transaction-based service model, patients make their own appointments, the care they get varies depending on the provider’s memory and skill level, and it is up to patients to coordinate and manage their own follow-up.
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Population health management (PHM) is a broad term that will generate untold millions in consulting fees in the years to come, but if you add “business model” to the back of the term, we start to get closer to how health care will make the transition from transaction to value. Inevitably, this...
 - Robert Kolodgy
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Blue Cross Blue Shield Association’s 37 member companies cover one in three Americans, giving senior VP and CFO Robert Kolodgy an excellent vantage point from which to view the economics of health care reform. In “Transforming the Payor Provider Relationship to Improve Value” at the Healthcare...

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