Payers & Providers

What Types Of Technologies Are Needed To Design Profit-driven Quality Improvement Programs?

Please check Part-I of this article, here. To improve overall profitability and bottom line, payers have a renewed focus on quality improvement programs. In today’s consumer-oriented environment, quality needs to be defined much more holistically. Soon, quality of care will not only be measured by the quality of an acute care episode, but also by

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Payers Can Increase Profits Through Quality Improvement Programs

Payers can increase profits through quality improvement programs How can Payers compete today, and sustain success for the future? The critical need to improve quality of care has been a long-standing concern in the United States. From the initial reports in the 1990s’ to the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) 2001 Crossing the Quality Chasm report1,

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Improving Patient Safety With Customizable Wristbands  

Healthcare delivery is more efficient today thanks to modern technological advancements and digital records sharing. Alarmingly — even with state-of-the-art technology and enhanced safety protocols — research suggests as many as 400,000 patients die each year due to medical errors, costing the nation approximately $1 trillion annually when you factor in the quality-adjusted life years

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Tele-ICU (Interview with Dr.Rachel Sackrowitz)

In this post we interview Dr.Rachel Sackrowitz about Tele-ICU. Dr.Sackrowitz is a practicing intensivist with experience in hospital administration. She joined Advanced ICU Care in early 2016 and is responsible for clinical staff and for the ongoing improvement of clinical effectiveness and efficiency of the company’s services. Dr. Sackrowitz is board-certified in internal, pulmonary and critical

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