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
By partnering with SUD clinics, hospital emergency departments have a real opportunity to get addicted patients back on the path to recovery
Collective announces enhanced platform functionality; Helps providers document, address and prevent violent encounters for the protection of both patients and hospital staff
The Anthem Foundation has awarded the Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA) a $250,000 grant to support the implementation of a health IT solution designed to streamline health data exchange between emergency department (ED) personnel and other providers.
Last month, Mary Meeker presented the 2019 edition of her annual Internet Trends report.
As usual, this landmark digital trends report covered a wide swathe of topics, from ecommerce and advertising to data growth, the changing nature of work to the latest developments in China.
During a June 18 webinar presented by Becker’s Healthcare and sponsored by Collective Medical, Anne Zink, MD and medical director for emergency medicine at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center (MSRMC) in Matanuska-Suitna Borough, Alaska, outlined the origins and potential solutions to the opioid epidemic.
For one, we need to stop requiring and enabling providers to dip their toes into value-based care and put down a hard time line with hard requirements. Fundamentally, we need to end the system we currently have where quality, cost, and outcomes are irrelevant.
In a move to bring more data interoperability to its care coordination efforts, long term and post-acute care provider Consulate Health Care said it is partnering with Collective Medical to meet what has been a consistent challenge for all stakeholders in the provider community, which is to better share data on patients and residents as they transition from one care setting to another.