Posts From March, 2015

LUMEDX-moderated Healthcare Analytics Twitter Chat 

Search the #HITsm hashtag on Friday, March 20 at 9am PT to join in a LUMEDX-moderated discussion on the topic of healthcare analytics. 

LUMEDX Consultant Rachanee Curry, FACHE, will lead participants through a conversation focused on the following questions: 

#HITsm T1: What are the most important improvements that healthcare analytics is driving today? How is your healthcare organization using analytics to drive results/outcomes?
#HITsm T2: How can we prevent information overload and “noise” when using analytics?
#HITsm T3: What are the obstacles to widespread adoption of healthcare analytics? How can we get physicians on board?
#HITsm T4: How will patients influence the development and use of analytics in their health/healthcare?
#HITsm T5: What will healthcare analytics look like in 2020?

Learn more about the Twitter Chat here.

Best of Health IT News: Week of 03/12/15 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

And if you're attending ACC.15 in San Diego this week, be sure to stop by LUMEDX Booth #523! Schedule a meeting here

ACC 2015 Scientific Sessions: Contemporary Cardiology Embellished With San Diego Sunshine 

Medscape reports on ACC.15, taking place from March 14-16, 2015 in San Diego, CA. The conference will cover the latest trials and discussions on issues facing cardiology every day, including studies exploring imaging modalities for chest pain, optimal antiplatelets post PCI and in chronic CAD, and much more. 

How CPOE Can Reduce Length of Stay 

According to Health IT News, computerized provider order entry (CPOE) can help reduce length of stay when used in conjunction with bedside bar coding and electronic health records. A study published in Applied Clinical Informatics in July 2014 found that 63% of the reduction in LOS correlated with the rise in CPOE. 

Study: Patients Would Change Healthcare Providers Over Security Concerns

A study sponsored by the Medical Identity Fraud Alliance found that 79% of respondents considered it important for providers to protect their information. 48% stated that they would consider changing healthcare providers if their medical records were stolen or lost. 

Next Generation ACO Launched by CMS, Tightens Financial Benchmarks

Healthcare Finance reports that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced a new model of accountable care organization called The Next Generation ACO. Participants of this program will have more predictable financial targets as well as goals linked to patient engagement. 

Best of Health IT News: Week of 03/05/15 

Did you have a chance to check out the latest healthcare IT news stories around the Web? We’ve captured the top industry news stories from this week that you won’t want to miss.

And if you're attending ACC.15 in San Diego next week, be sure to stop by LUMEDX Booth #523! Schedule a meeting here

Understanding the Basics of the Patient-Centered Medical Home

Health IT Analytics discusses the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) healthcare designation and what exactly it means. This is a structured approach to primary care that emphasizes putting the patient-provider relationship at the center of all healthcare decision making. It also focuses on preventative services, care coordination, and access to care. 

Will ONC Plan Protect Patient Privacy? 

Health IT Security reports on how although efforts have been made to improve the healthcare industry, some lawmakers feel that more needs to be done in order to protect patient privacy, further interoperability, and reduce costs. Some of the proposed solutions include core technical standards and functions, certification to support adoption of health IT products, privacy and security protections for health information, and more. 

5 Top Ideas for Improving Healthcare in 2015, CEO Survey Finds

According to a new survey by The Advisory Board, some of the top ideas for improving healthcare include: engaging physicians in cost and quality improvements, redesigning service portfolios for population health, strengthening primary care physician alignment, and more. 

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