Jfinison

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Name: jfinison
Date registered: April 3, 2017
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  1. HIMSS19 Pharma Forum: Top takeaways from the inaugural event — March 13, 2019
  2. Amazon, Berkshire, JPMorgan healthcare project gets its name: Haven — March 7, 2019
  3. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb to step down — March 5, 2019
  4. One more reason to focus on retaining physicians: They generate $2.4 million for their hospitals — February 28, 2019
  5. Cigna, Sentara Healthcare join IBM blockchain initiative — February 22, 2019

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HIMSS19 Pharma Forum: Top takeaways from the inaugural event

RSA Conference
The pharmaceutical industry’s biggest barrier? Data, of course.

Amazon, Berkshire, JPMorgan healthcare project gets its name: Haven

Haven CEO Atul Gawande
Atul Gawande says the company he’ll head wants to “change the way people experience health care so that it is simpler, better, and lower cost.”

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb to step down

At the Food and Drug Administration, the physician and venture investor promoted policies focused on innovating approaches to population health, opioids, chronic disease, AI and precision medicine.

One more reason to focus on retaining physicians: They generate $2.4 million for their hospitals

Family physicians and internists also represent significant ROI, generating $2.1 million and nearly $2.7 million in net revenue, respectively.

Cigna, Sentara Healthcare join IBM blockchain initiative

Payer, health system sign on with the group driving collaboration between providers, health insurers and patients.

When EHRs lack interoperability, investing in big data analytics can help smooth the path toward value-based care

Pumping cash into a single, unified EHR can be cost prohibitive, so it helps to get a broad, macro view of the data through automation.

Aligning stakeholders’ incentives in the shift to value-driven health

Singapore, Raffles Hospital.
Singapore’s bundle system has encouraged the shift to community-based care and prevention, with strong results.

HHS unwraps long-awaited new information blocking rule

Healthcare providers and plans need to implement open data sharing technologies to support transitions of care as patients move between plan types.

How telemedicine can be improved to better capitalize on efficiencies

While the technology is maturing, there are still quality gaps that can be achieved by tweaking the process, improving the experience for patients and providers.

Breaking down revenue cycle silos needs buy-in, useful KPIs that truly measure patient financial experience

Leah Dixon from CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances told her HIMSS19 audience technology, physician champions and a meaningful dashboard are all part of the equation.

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