By Katherine Capps – How do you follow up a landmark event with the Bipartisan Policy Center to issue a national call to action to get the medications right? For the GTMRx Institute, you bring together an elite group of health policy influencers…Read More
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By Katherine H. Capps – Actionizing may not be a real word, but it’s what comes to mind as I reflect on what we heard from health care changemakers at our February 6 GTMRx Institute and Bipartisan Policy Center event in Washington, DC less than two weeks ago.
When: Thursday, February 6, 2020 8:30 – 10:30 am ET Where: Bipartisan Policy Center Suboptimal medication use — prescription drugs that make people sicker, are…
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center and the GTMRx Institute, on February 6, for an event featuring business, policy, and health care leaders who are at the forefront of delivery and payment models that support comprehensive medication management services.
Americans are borrowing tens of billions to pay for basic healthcare. Nearly 45M Americans suffered from some form of mental illness in 2016. The mean marketing budget of 200 companies increased more than 26%. The financial and market performance of major tech consulting firms. These are topics of the selected reports.
Your personal health information is moving and being viewed to improve the quality of your healthcare and lower the costs. The job will not be complete until all health records are digital and interoperable. Here’s what’s happening to make that reality.
The Healthcare Leadership Council and Bipartisan Policy Center are releasing a new report that recommends public and private sector actions that will advance health IT interoperability, giving providers easier access to patients’ clinical data and empowering individuals.
A special panel event at HIMSS19 with industry experts on advancing interoperability. Healthcare Leadership Council and the Bipartisan Policy Center discussed what we must due to enable access to health information.
Ten years after the federal government’s massive investment in health information technology via the 2009 stimulus package, experts from across the healthcare spectrum will identify progress made and where gaps remain at a special event during the HIMSS 2019 conference.