Although implementing workplace violence prevention programs can be expensive, recognizing that these changes can be profitable—and maybe even less costly—can help overcome existing mindsets to find a plan that works. Dr. Hamad Husainy is a staff physician with Helen Keller Hospital, the founder of Sycamore, and a member of Collective’s Clinical Advisory Board.
Collective Medical Introduces Enhanced Clinical Data Capabilities to Support Better Patient Outcomes
Collective partners with Kno2 to enable physician and care team members with high-value clinical insights at the point of care to inform care decisions Salt Lake City, Utah —November 18, 2019—Collective Medical today announced enhanced product functionality to supply...
When the healthcare community discusses workplace violence, we primarily focus on ways to reduce or completely eliminate the issue. But we continue to neglect those who have already been victimized.
Collective Medical Enables Health Plans to Communicate with Physicians and Care Team Members in Workflow, at the Point of Care
First-to-market functionality allows health plans and ACOs to automatically share actionable information about populations succinctly and in real-time with care teams across the Collective network Salt Lake City, Utah —November 4, 2019—Collective Medical today...
Proposed Regulation to Protect Privacy of Substance Abuse Patients is an Improvement, But is it Enough?
The proposed revisions to protect privacy of substance-abuse patients such as opioid users are a step in the right direction and present solid ideas for improved information sharing. But the proposed changes don’t go far enough to ensure providers have access to all the information they need in the moment they’re making life-changing decisions.
Every doc, every healthcare provider has at least one version of the same story—“I was trying to help them and they hurt me!”
Kapur Pathy to drive policy-based strategy to advance key clinical use cases and advocate for the needs of the safety net
Keyes to use unique insight into the needs of health plan customers to
facilitate payer – provider collaboration
It’s pretty easy for patients to disappear in the labyrinth of the medical system. Alaska’s hospitals are trying to make sure that it’s much harder.
At CHI St. Anthony Hospital, a real-time data platform helps providers manage patients with a history of emergency department visits and hospital admissions.
Collective acknowledged as an established company with extensive success stories managing care coordination across multiple settings for complex healthcare needs
Partnership to foster collaboration across care teams to maximize the efficiency of care transitions