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Lack of interoperability contributes to opioid epidemicA coalition is pushing for interoperability advances that it believes could help curb the opioid epidemic. Here’s what it is fighting for.
Healthcare organizations that struggle most with interoperabilityThe landscape of data exchange efficiency continues to be uneven, with some healthcare organizations communicating more proficiently than others. These are the ones struggling the most.
Five Tech Predictions for Healthcare in 2018In the year ahead, we can expect to see an insurgence in technology solutions that address patient engagement, data, and security throughout the healthcare system.
How Healthcare Spin-Offs are Affecting the IndustryJohn R. Washlick, Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney, and expert in healthcare system transactions and market consolidation, talks to Managed Healthcare Executive about healthcare spin-offs, what that means for the future of mergers and acquisitions, and advice for healthcare executives.
Five Ways to Prioritize TelehealthSurvey reveals why 2018 will be the year for telemedicine
Top 10 Cities for Healthcare Jobs in 2018A new report reveals the top cities that rise to the top for healthcare—and they’re probably not the cities you’d expect.
Report Slams 340B Drug Discount ProgramA Pacific Research Institute report revealed that the 340B program is in desperate need of reform, while 340B Health refutes damaging claims.
Six Ways to Support Healthcare Staff During DownsizingThe healthcare landscape is transforming. Here are six considerations to help your talent during restructuring, downsizing, and other transitions.
Five Things that Change the Quality Measurement and Reporting GameMake the rules work for, rather than, against you by relying on these five critical capabilities.
Three Ways Healthcare Organizations Can Improve Care ManagementHere are three strategies to navigate toward next-generation care management and increase member engagement in the process