The patient-centricity era: Five key areas healthcare organizations need to focus on

National Health IT Week is being celebrated all week. As we start to look into the future, it’s clear that healthcare IT will play a major role in the U.S. economy. The federal government spends a total of $82 Billion annually (Sasso, “Hillicon Valley,” The Hill, 9/13). Add in the amount that the state governments and 

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Patient Engagement: The Way Forward for Providers

The focus of providers and payers is now, more than ever, on delivering enhanced patient experiences through multi-channel platforms to leapfrog competition given the growing individual-based and highly competitive market landscape. Healthcare organizations are exploring ways to leverage technology to achieve high rates of patient engagement in healthcare. Let us take a look at how 

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mHealth for Healthcare Payers: 5 Key Applications focused on Member Interactions

In one of my earlier blogs on SearchHealthIT titled “mHealth for Healthcare Payers: 5 Key Focus Areas for Mobile Applications”, I had listed applications for member interactions as one of the hottest areas that provide more value add to the payer organization. There is more focus on the member interactions due to the advancement of 

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The Age of an Empowered Consumer – Crystal Ball Gazing for IT and Business

The last few years have seen tremendous changes in the business world; particularly the way customers, employees and partners are interacting and collaborating to conduct their business. Customers are making decisions to buy or discontinue a service with a click of a button. The “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) trend involves employees bringing their own 

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5 Mistakes Payers Should Avoid While Implementing ICD-10

The deadline for ICD-10 implementation is fast approaching and healthcare Payers and Providers have less than two years to meet the requirements. Some healthcare organizations have yet to initiate their plans for the migration, some have progressed at a slow pace and very few have made substantial commitment to completion. Payers on track with the 

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