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Three ways convenience drives the future of healthcareTechnology is enabling healthcare consumers the freedom to choose. With increasing choices, convenience is at the forefront of the next evolution of healthcare, and companies need to focus on delivering great end-to-end experiences to meet the needs of today’s consumers.
Top five most disruptive technologies on the healthcare horizon
Top five most disruptive technologies on the healthcare horizonWhat technology will have the biggest impact on your managed care organization? Healthcare executives weigh in.
New Cigna program aims to ‘unlock’ the value of healthcare dataCigna publication project takes a page out of the big pharma and medical technology playbook.
Cognitive computing shakes up healthcare: What execs need to know
Cognitive computing shakes up healthcare: What execs need to knowThe concepts that power cognitive computing and AI have grown to include substantial healthcare advancements.
Four reasons payers need to embrace the digital economyConsumer and provider expectations have changed as a result of the digital economy. Here are four reasons why payers need to start migrating their businesses in that direction.
Eight data analytics terms every healthcare executive should knowWith so much going on in health IT, it can be difficult to keep track of all the buzzwords. Here’s your quick and easy guide.
PCMHs thrive with use of pop health technologyBy using a patient-centered, physician-led model of care, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Michigan lowers recidivism and healthcare costs.
Three improvements data promises to deliverPersonalized, prescriptive medicine creates higher-value care for patients
Make the most of predictive analytics: Top tips for health systems, health plans
Make the most of predictive analytics: Top tips for health systems, health plansPredictive analytics involves extracting information from data and using it to forecast the future based on existing patterns and associations. For managed care organizations, the potential is limitless.
Four critical tech tools plans and providers should offer consumersHaving technology tools for member engagement is no longer a novelty. Members now expect and prefer digital communications, and it is critical for MCOs to stay on top of technology trends to compete in the market.