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.
Physicians are aware of the nationwide opioid epidemic, but there has been little collaboration between physicians across specialties and care settings to address it.
As a part of my interview series with leaders in healthcare, I had the pleasure to interview Chris Klomp is CEO of Collective Medical, the nation’s most effective network for real-time care collaboration…
Dr. Brian Patel discusses the difficulty navigating healthcare without care collaboration and how Collective is fixing it
Dr. Kristin McCabe-Kline, president elect of the Florida College of Emergency Physicians, reflects on the opioid epidemic in Florida and how we can help solve it with care collaboration
Chris Klomp, CEO of Collective Medical, gives a simplified overview of Collective and explains the continued importance of interoperability in healthcare
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending Health Datapalooza in Washington, D.C., a conference that brings together academic medicine, policymakers and healthcare leaders to have meaningful discussions about healthcare data. Since then, I’ve been thinking about the messages I consistently hear about revamping healthcare.
Chris Klomp, Collective CEO, discusses the importance of interoperability plays a critical role for health systems, hospitals, and EDs