Seventy percent of providers surveyed by KLAS Research in 2014 saw tangible patient care benefits—including improved outcomes and cost savings—from the implementation of population health management tools.
CMS has paid out more than $30 billion in EHR incentive payments to care providers who have attested to Meaningful Use as of March 2015. Check out this handy chart illustrating MU attestation and related EHR market share across the US.
Patient portals are the key to population health management success. Learn why in this Healthcare IT News article.
The value of patient engagement for increasing patient satisfaction and optimizing revenue generation is being recognized.
Understanding how people seek cancer information during their cancer survivorship is an important component of patient care. The information and education needs of cancer patients appear to differ depending on the type of cancer they have and where they are in their survivorship.
Care providers need to optimize care coordination and patient engagement strategies to improve patient satisfaction and outcomes, according to a new survey by Accenture.
A new collaboration has just been announced between The Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) and Sarah Cannon, the global cancer enterprise of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), to accelerate the growth and development of oncology navigation.
The theory that a lack of care coordination leads to poor health outcomes and higher costs drives US healthcare policy. But for the first time, a new study in The American Journal of Managed Care measures this phenomenon—and confirms it.
Five trends are shaping the future of cancer care management.
Washington DC-based GW Cancer Institute is providing free, online training to oncology patient navigators. “Patient navigation addresses barriers to care, ultimately improving health outcomes.”