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In most risk-sharing agreements neither health plans nor providers have the full picture about each patient. And there is often no efficient mechanism for delivering information to clinical decision-makers in time to optimize care delivery. Read our white paper to learn how to enhance collaboration and manage risk through information sharing.
The demands on healthcare IT are changing so rapidly that the traditional means of sharing data among clinical applications – the HL7 interface engine – can't keep pace. Instead, healthcare organizations are turning to a healthcare-specific enterprise service bus to keep pace with these changes and prepare for future interoperability and care coordination challenges. Read our white paper to help inform your decisions during this transition.
Missouri Health Connection, the public health information exchange serving Missouri and neighboring states, is taking a lead in calculating the return on investment it brings to participants. It has developed an easy way to project savings by using data from available studies. It is also working closely with participants to measure actual savings.
Hoping to achieve economies of scale and operating efficiency, providers are consolidating into larger integrated delivery networks. Mergers and acquisitions are never easy; getting disparate information systems to work together can be a nightmare. That’s why having an IT system integration strategy is crucial.
New Jersey hospital using IT tools to manage population health.
Learn about some of the organizations in NY State using InterSystems HealthShare for HIE, and how they use it.