Using IBM Phytel Outreach, Loudoun Medical Group delivered targeted outreach and exceeded value-based care quality metrics.
As retirements increase, state agencies apply technology to enable fraud, waste and abuse investigators to spend less time on manual policy research
Since the White House released an executive order to help improve price transparency for healthcare consumers, industry leaders have been discussing and preparing for the final rule. This post is the first in a three-part series sharing insights from an executive panel.
IBM Watson Health was recently featured on the podcast FCW Expert Voices in a discussion about how governments are using technology and data to transform health and human services.
A health system’s best tool to catch breast cancer is through mammography. However, patient adherence rates remain low. Patient engagement solutions can improve adherence and encourage behavior change.
What are some of the potentially unintended consequences of price transparency the industry should avoid?
Leaders from across the healthcare industry share insights about price transparency.
Providers, health plans and employers are evaluating their plans and preparing to deliver more price information to healthcare consumers and help address the challenges ahead.
The IBM FHIR® Server is an open source Java implementation of the HL7 FHIR® R4 specification that has passed the AEGIS Touchstone “basic” test suite for FHIR R4 with 100 percent conformance.
There should be diversity in voices and experience that come to the table to promote fairness and minimize bias for the future of precision medicine and healthcare.
Guest bloggers from analyst firm IDC share their perspective on how technology can help address some of the challenges within oncology today.