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Ask Dr. Parker: Tackling Social Determinants of Health in Oregon

May 17, 2018

“Social determinants of health and behavioral health can have a huge impact on health outcomes but are notoriously challenging to address.  Is anyone really trying to tackle these issues on a systemic level?” Oregon is a great example of government

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Ask Dr. Parker: What current issues concern ACO leaders?

May 3, 2018

“Now that we’re well into 2018 and making plans for the 2019 measurement year, what current issues concern ACO leaders?” There are some core concerns that always worry leaders of value based care organizations year after year: ensuring the revenues

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Highlights from Arcadia Aggregate2018

April 25, 2018

Energy! Inspiration! Cutting edge healthcare technology! Spirited conversations! New ideas! That gives you just a taste of the zeitgeist of our industry conference Arcadia Aggregate2018 – an opportunity for our customers to join us in a series of talks, presentations,

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Ask Dr. Parker: Measuring Quality Measures

March 29, 2018

“Are quality measures getting more and more complicated?  Do you think this complexity is helping us improve care?” If you work in health care, you probably have some familiarity with quality measures.  These days almost every contract between providers, hospitals

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HIMSS18 Breakfast Briefing – Claims Data Survival Guide

March 3, 2018

Concerned about your data quality? Want to learn more? Please join us for a Breakfast Briefing at HIMSS18 on Wednesday March 7th at 8:30 AM. Space is limited, so please be sure to register with HIMSS:   Unable to make

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Ask Dr. Parker: Getting the Most from HIMSS18

March 1, 2018

How do I to prepare to get the most out of HIMSS18? Whether this is your first HIMSS experience or you are a veteran, it pays to do some advance planning regarding your expectations and goals.  Unquestionably, HIMSS is the