Advances in Conversational AI enable Home State Health to deliver meaningful dialogue that address multiple topics, incorporate Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and drive member action. Register Now!
The 2019 AHIP (America’s Health Insurance Plans) Virtual Care Survey of Health Plans, sponsored by Teladoc Health under AHIP’s Sponsored Research Program, revealed that health plans are investing in the growth of virtual care. Read this whitepaper to learn how and about growth opportunities for health plans.
Revenue cycle professionals have their hands full. In this webinar, we’ll cover some of the strategies and solutions healthcare leaders can employ to tighten their revenue cycle process start to finish and protect their bottom line. Register now.
What is a regional communication network and how does it help establish regional systems of care? Is there really a need for such a system? Learn the answers to these and other questions in our webinar. Register now.
By using analytics, Social Determinants of Health, and psychographic segmentation, payers can assess members’ propensity to engage. The higher the likelihood for a member to engage and adhere with interventions, the better chance that payers can achieve improved health outcomes and cost savings. Learn more.
Learn how you can ensure your organization is utilizing the most accurate and reliable data to support critical business functions related to the authorization and adjudication of claims, member engagement, and quality measure reporting. Register now.
Download this white paper to learn about the changing payment landscape in healthcare, and how you can use research-driven patient statements to enhance the collections process and increase patient satisfaction.
Care variation can harm patients and make it difficult to improve quality while controlling costs. Download our report to learn how to drive behavioral changes that reduce variability in care. Download Now.
Lark Health, the leading chronic disease prevention and management platform using artificial intelligence (AI), released a year-long study of its digital Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), finding it produced positive clinical outcomes for adults at least 50 years old. Learn more now.
Run in an unprecedented partnership between Columbia Business School Executive Education and digital health testing center HITLAB, this three-day program offers healthcare and life science executives unique resources for accelerating the infusion of digital health in their business. Learn more.
As MCOs strive to improve the health of their members, it is their own health and preservation that needs attending to. Enacting a clinical data strategy is just one of the critical steps MCOs must take if they want to survive in the value-based world. This eBook cites data from a recent MCO survey. Download the whitepaper.
Discover how the elements of an effective active shooter program will reduce liability, quantify risk and increase CMS compliance.
- Active shooter lessons learned
- How they could have been prevented
- How to apply these incidents to your hospital, healthcare organization, ambulatory surgical center, or academic medical center
Among the biggest contributors to the high cost of healthcare in the U.S. are the complexity and competing interests of payers, providers, and patients, says Nick Giannasi, Ph.D., chief data officer for Change Healthcare. AI and machine learning can help solve that. Register for the webinar to learn more.
Data is a treasure and without the right analysis through both a geographic and demographic lens, you’re not maximizing the impact you can have on plan performance. Learn how a plan can take data and build a customized trend management strategy to fit its population. Register now.
On this webinar, we'll discuss with experts how to develop and promote smartphone apps that will streamline the consumer experience and give insurers more opportunities to coordinate care and provide proactive recommendations. Register Now!
Is the care provided by your physicians truly medically necessary? Join The Greeley Company's CMO and Frost Brown Todd law firm to learn what you need to do to avoid being the next hospital to face a tough and costly CMS/OIG investigation. Register today!
Health-related AI applications can play an important role throughout the entire patient journey, facilitating medical diagnostics, mitigating errors in care delivery, predicting future health issues, reducing medication non-adherence and improving revenue cycle management. Download this whitepaper to learn more.
Attend this webinar to learn what hospital executives can do to help their teams provide better patient care, improve job satisfaction for providers, and increase revenue while decreasing costs. Register now.
As Big Data and AI ramp up, how are industry professionals responding? What opportunities and challenges need to be considered? And, in what ways is this redefining how we think about “healthcare”? Attend this webinar to learn more.
This webinar will discuss how better coordination of patient transfers between care sites and the community could improve the quality of care and ultimately save money. Register Now!
Automation is changing the role of the ED Case Manager for the better. Hear from a leader at one of the busiest EDs in the country and a major payer how this transformation will reduce administrative time, improve care management and promote collaboration.
Each year, PwC's Health Research Institute (HRI) names the top issues for the health industry in the coming year. What made the list for 2019? Join HRI for a discussion of the most important trends for providers, insurers, pharma/life sciences and employers.
At the heart of what allows health systems to provide the best quality care are the strong financial outcomes for the organization resulting from a well-managed revenue cycle.
In this whitepaper, we follow that revenue cycle journey that starts from the moment a patient registers for care through the final collection, focused on how best practices and technology can optimize the process in a patient-centered way.
This whitepaper examines opportunities and challenges of implementing case management in ED, best practices from hospitals that have successfully incorporated case management into emergency care, and the benefits that are realized by these programs. Get your free copy here.
Join BHI and Midwest Business Group on Health to discuss employers’ key priorities for 2019 – and learn how BHI’s Whyzen Analytics reporting solution informs decision makers through flexible, multi-dimensional analytics, actionable reporting and impactful benchmarks. Register Now!
Join this webinar to hear from Robert Lackey, MD, associate CMIO at WellSpan Health in South Central Pennsylvania, about how the organization leverages a centralized multifactor authentication solution for all healthcare workflows to improve security and enable EPCS. Register now!
Learn from experts in the field who've seen first-hand how their efforts at care coordination have led to better patient experience survey scores and outcomes. They'll offer an overview of replicable initiatives and the benchmarks to look for when crafting your own plans for better care coordination. Register Now!
As the opioid epidemic has tightened its grip on nearly every city and state in the U.S., healthcare organizations are on the front lines of not just treating opioid addiction but clamping down on unnecessary prescriptions.
During this webinar, our experts will discuss:
- How hospitals and health systems are using public databases paired with analytics to understand the scope of the opioid epidemic
- What new databases are available to draw actionable insights
- The importance of integrating new prescribing tools into the physician workflow
- And more
During this webinar you’ll learn more about the rapid progress being made in linking genetic testing and personalized medicine to better health outcomes. From oncology to neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease, the speakers will discuss the diseases that are seeing the greatest potential and those areas that are still emerging.
In this webinar, you’ll learn key strategies to address challenges associated with bundled payment models, like:
- How to improve health outcomes of patients when you have little control or influence over their behaviors and lifestyle choices.
- How to establish consistent communication and personalized engagement with patients and families throughout the clinical episode.
New tools such as adaptive learning/machine learning, blockchain and the Internet of Things are available today to speed and secure supply chains, enable predictive analysis, and streamline information technology. This eBook examines four technologies and how they can help healthcare organizations save time, money and lives.Learn more.
The trends are clear: Payers, Employers, and Patients across the nation are concerned about skyrocketing specialty claim costs.
Join Zelis Healthcare’s Scott Bogosian and Dr. Steven Wolinsky for an exclusive webinar on mitigating the high cost of medical claims for your organization through technology and clinical expertise.
This discussion will highlight how conversational AI captures key insights in dialogues to enable automated, real-time conversation tailoring that helps drive specific behavior change. Two studies of mobile-led health activation programs will be presented. Register now!
Public cloud services adoption is appealing to healthcare organizations striving to provide truly connected health systems with the ability to scale on demand, lower infrastructure costs, and quickly analyze massive data inputs from a variety of sources. Attend this webinar and learn how to simplify your cloud journey, extend your security policies, and automate processes to help meet key healthcare regulations.
Healthcare IT leaders are facing pressure to support their legacy on-premise infrastructure while taking advantage of new technology and capabilities that can come by deploying in the cloud. Explore why healthcare companies are embracing a hybrid IT solution that maintains control over existing network environments while extending these networks in this eBrief. Download it now!
During this webinar, experts discuss the IT challenges and financial implications of patient misidentification, how to prevent or limit the impact of misidentification and ways that providers have leveraged new technology to improve processes and reduce risk. Watch on-demand now!
Watch our webinar to learn how an integrated analytics strategy can eliminate data silos and turn your employer reporting into a single source for actionable population health insights—helping you build value-based care contracts around irrefutable insights, not guesswork or historical data. Register here.
During this webinar, you’ll learn how to “meet your members where they are” with a convenient, world-class, personalized member experience. Integrating data with advances in technology, artificial intelligence, and analytics, Teladoc Health’s “Surround Sound” member engagement approach enables health plans to provide the right virtual care delivery offering at the right time across the entire spectrum of care. Register Now!
By transforming your patient intake process away from the costly inefficiencies caused by paper, clipboards and even portals, organizations can immediately improve data accuracy, boost patient satisfaction, reduce administrative burden and ultimately power better patient outcomes. Download this whitepaper to learn more.
Learn how Staten Island University Medical Center at Northwell Health Network created a new system to support the immediacy and specificity of communications necessary to drive high efficiency and direct dissemination of point to point information. Register now!
Paper-based transactions account for more than $300 billion in administrative costs in the United States health system annually. Encouraging providers to enroll for electronic payments is an important strategy, but enrollment is fraught with challenges. This webinar will cover best practices for payers to enroll more providers in electronic payments. Register Now
As patient expectations continue to rise, processes like collecting patient genomic information need to optimize for a fast, simple user experience without compromising quality. Learn how to improve patient and physician experiences by simplifying core processes for patient testing, patient data collection, and physician registry enrollment leveraging certain platforms.
Learn how digital transformation makes healthcare organizations more coordinated and more productive as they respond consumers' changing needs, examine the challenges and opportunities in this era of healthcare digitization, and forecast what’s ahead for digital healthcare in 2018 and beyond. Register now!
During this webinar, our experts discuss ways in which technology is helping patients access the care they need even after they leave the four walls of a hospital. Using telehealth, mobile apps and remote monitoring for follow-up treatment, providers are improving quality of care while reducing high-cost readmissions or unnecessary trips to the emergency room.
Turning engagement into sustained behavior change and meaningful outcomes requires health improvement solutions to go beyond simply providing text messaging as a communication modality.
Gain insights from leading healthcare organizations and employers, including USC Keck School of Medicine, Sharp Rees-Stealy, and Walmart. Download the whitepaper now.
Struggling for provider directory accuracy? You’re not alone.
Led by experts in healthcare legislation and analytics, this webinar provides a comprehensive approach to attaining provider data accuracy, including provider data market research and an overview of state-by-state data audit and review requirements. Register now.
Hospital emergency departments sit at the crux of the most expensive decision in the healthcare system, to admit or not admit a patient. As the industry makes further inroads into value-based care, the decision about whether to admit an ED patient to the hospital is crucial to both containing costs and ensuring appropriate care.
Register now to learn more about the opportunities and challenges of implementing case management in ED.
Trying to understand and manage the complex many-to-many relationships involved can be a daunting task when using traditional technology. See how our customers found a better way to manage provider networks on a unified platform. View Recording.