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Why Digital Therapeutics and Patient Engagement Strategies Are a Must-Have for LSOs

Life sciences organizations develop meaningful digital therapeutics (DTx) that reach rural communities, treat common chronic diseases, and connect patients to providers through technology that supports clinical journeys. This article shares how incorporating digital engagement tools drives the continuous use of DTx for equitable healthcare.

Labor Shortage: Why You Need the Right Labor Management Partner Now

Healthcare organizations are facing a double-sided labor crisis: a severe labor shortage and rising labor costs. Learn how they can optimize their use of current resources and gain detailed insight into operations and pinpoint interventions aimed to decrease expenses.

A Healthcare Worker Shortage Action Plan: Short-Term Wins and Long-Term Strategy

Dan Unger

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Financial Transformation Business

Dan Hopkins

Professional Services, VP

John Hansmann, MSIE, LFHIMSS, DSHS

Professional Services, VP

U.S. health systems will have a projected deficit of 200,000-450,000 RNs by 2025. Meanwhile, hospital labor costs have reached almost 50% of an organization’s overall expenses. Now more than ever, leaders need a data-driven labor management strategy that ensures the most cost-effective, high-quality care.

Back Together Again: HAS 22 Top Data Discoveries and Insights

Skim highlights of the HAS 22 healthcare analytics event organized around the theme, “Embracing the Human Side of Healthcare Analytics.” This easy-to-digest infographic highlights the summit’s award winners and top data insights.

How to Reduce Unwarranted Care Variation for Patients with Heart Failure – Part 2

In order to reduce unwarranted care variation for patients with heart failure, healthcare providers should consider five critical elements of care standardization including systematized population health, patient activation, outpatient care protocols, acute decompensation management, and streamlined care transitions. When unwarranted care variation is eliminated, organizations will see a higher rate of evidence-based care that helps reduce morbidity, mortality, and total cost of care. 

New CPT Codes for 2023: This Year’s Need-to-Know Updates

Mikki Fazzio, RHIT, CCS

Content Integrity Consultant, Principal

What does the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code set look like for 2023? New additions, deletions, and revisions take effect on January 1.

Easing Labor Shortages and Staff Burnout with Data and Analytics

Melissa Welch, MD

Chief Medical Officer

As healthcare organizations across the country face labor shortages, limited resources, and growing expenses, it’s never been more important to deploy valuable resources where they’ll be most impactful. Learn how predictive risk stratification helps organizations pinpoint their most vulnerable patients.

Create Data Storytelling to Fuel Better Healthcare Outcomes

Even in a data-driven healthcare ecosystem, analytic insights alone won’t sufficiently drive outcomes. Instead, the content behind these numbers, the data story, fuels real transformation. The Healthcare Analytics Summit 2022 explored the human side of data and the people and communities behind the healthcare outcomes.

NCQA Data Aggregator Validation (DAV): An ROI Analysis for HIEs

HIEs will learn how becoming DAV certified, or aligning with a Certified Data Partner, can expand revenue opportunities and reduce the time commitment required of health plans and providers for HEDIS quality measure reporting. 

How to Reduce Unwarranted Care Variation in Patients with Heart Failure – Part 1

Treating heart failure is complex and because of that, variation in care is common. Eliminating unwarranted variation is an important factor in delivering successful treatment of HF; however, without access to comprehensive data and clinically proven strategies, it's very difficult to achieve. This first installment on reducing care variations explores the six key advantages of leveraging a sophisticated technology platform to improve care. 

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