HLTH 2022 wrapped after 4 days in Las Vegas bringing back one of the largest in person events since COVID hit. Was everyone just glad to be back together or did the event live up to the buzz?Read More
By Dr. Jay Anders – In a Forbes Technology Council article earlier this year, my colleague Medicomp CEO Dave Lareau discussed how the industry was abuzz with talk about how providers and health plans can “optimize” risk-adjusted payments for Medicare Advantage, and the associated “upcoding” to qualify for higher risk scores.
The 5th Annual HLTH Event is back in Las Vegas, where it belongs! This November 13-16 at the Venetian Expo network with the people in healthcare that are trying to make a difference and truly move the needle. See you in Vegas!
AMA releases newest update to their Digital Health Research survey on physician adoption of digital health and there has been an increase in the percentage of physicians that feel there are advantages in leveraging digital health solutions. Here is what our experts have to say about the findings.
Now on Demand Tell Me Where IT Hurts episode with host Dr. Jay Anders and his guest Mari Savickis, Vice President of Public Policy for the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) to discuss patient identification, and why it remains a thorny issue.
Business and financial news from Clearwater, CynergisTek, Learnsoft, iQure Pharma, Upfront Healthcare, BrightInsight, Lyniate, Vālenz, Inovalon Inc.,100Plus, SeamlessMD, MobileSmith Health, Medicomp Systems, Enzee Health, AmeriPro Health, Interlad Medical Systems, and more.
Now on Demand Tell Me Where IT Hurts episode with host Dr. Jay Anders and his guest CEO Dr. John Blair of interoperability communications company MedAllies and an expert on moving medical information for a discussion on interoperability and TEFCA.
New On Demand this Host to Host episode with Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist as he sits down with Tell Me Where IT Hurts host Jay Anders, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Medicomp Systems.
By David Lareau – Clinicians are among the most highly trained knowledge workers in any industry, yet the systems they use to care for patients hinder their ability to deliver care. EHRs require clinical users to spend too much time searching for clinically relevant information.