A sneak peek at the findings from our 2018 Technology Survey reveal where healthcare organizations are struggling most when it comes to interoperability and Big Data.
: In some cases of healthcare fraud, it’s easy to spot red flags. But in large healthcare organizations, or on the payer end, fraud and waste can be more difficult to detect through layers and layers of data.
A survey unveiled at the HealthCare Executive Group’s Annual Forum divulges surprising findings about healthcare technology and innovation.
Widespread adoption of population-focused nursing practice will likely take place over the next five to 10 years. Here’s how to stay ahead of the curve.
As the healthcare system shifts from a focus on employee-based plans to consumer-based plans, insurers have to find new ways to engage and motivate members.
Providers are coming up short when it comes to HEDIS measures related to substance abuse. Here’s how one health plan is changing that.
One expert says incentive programs to motivate physicians miss the mark. Here’s what he recommends instead.
A new study uses population health analytics to identify potential opioid abuse, and the study findings are troubling.
San Diego-area healthcare organizations experience promising results after using population health strategies to improve hypertension treatment across the region.
A survey of nearly 200 healthcare executives has interesting findings related to population health management.