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Posted on: January 20-2015 | By : Dr. Sumit Rai | In: Healthcare Informatics,Industries | 1 Comment
Better care for individuals, better health for patients and lower per-capita costs form the triple aim of the U.S. healthcare reforms for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The number of unplanned and avoidable readmissions that occur within 30 days of discharge from a hospital, too, are under the scanner to maintain the quality of care.
  The federal government has taken many steps such as incentivization and penalty under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to optimize and increase the quality and efficacy of the healthcare system. Medicare’s Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP) imposes financial penalty on hospitals with excess readmissions.
 

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Posted on: November 21-2014 | By : Madhavi Bhagat | In: Healthcare Informatics | No Comments
Healthcare is at the cusp of numerous transformations – to improve operational efficiency, churn out accurate and secure information and meet the various regulatory compliances such as Meaningful Use Stage II and ICD10, among others. These regulatory compliances play a major role in the healthcare provider space.
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Posted on: November 05-2014 | By : Kunal Sawant | In: Healthcare Informatics | No Comments
As individuals spend more and more time online - interacting virtually, conducting transactions and seeking insights - the web emerges as the greatest stage for human interaction.   While online shopping has been on the rise for some years now, and consumer interaction on social media to log in their feedback, suggestions and reviews for services and products is taking the center stage.Recent reports suggest a steep rise in patients exploring social media to look up information about diseases, understand other patient experience with similar ailments and assess care delivery reputation of providers. A Demi and Cooper Advertising and D&C Interactive study states that 41% patients indicate that social media influences their choice of hospital.

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Posted on: October 28-2014 | By : Harish Rijhwani | In: Healthcare Informatics | No Comments
Providers often face challenges with minimizing rejected claims, improving cash flow and reducing accounts receivable delays. All they need is to streamline the accurate collection of patient insurance and eligibility information. Implementing regulations such as ICD9-10, Accountable Care, Bundle Payments and Meaningful Use will initially add to these challenges. The resulting changes can potentially cause loss of accounts receivable (AR) at point of service. Along with quality of care, AR is one of the key areas which hospitals work towards improving continuously.
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Posted on: October 14-2014 | By : Kirthi Kurakula | In: Healthcare Informatics | No Comments
Providers entering the MA space— What Payers and Patients can expect?   Over the years, healthcare has become increasingly customer centric but how this will affect the payers and providers is an on-going discussion. The possibility of providers entering the insurance or Medicare Advantage (MA) space is imminent with the surge of Accountable Care Organization (ACO). ACO provides insurance opportunities to hospitals and health care systems, while still cutting costs and extending care management.However, payers have an established presence in this space, giving tough competition to providers.
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