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Population Health

Feb 22 | Jeff Lagasse
There appears to be a lack of accountability when it comes to prescribing high-test opioids to patients who…
Feb 21 | Jeff Lagasse
Overtime in particular has been negatively associated with patient care, and a good proportion of nurses are…
Feb 21 | Jeff Lagasse
International medical graduates comprise almost one quarter of U.S. practicing physicians, and one…
Feb 20 | Jeff Lagasse
Cancer outcomes vary substantially between populations defined by race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and…
Feb 19 | Jeff Lagasse
A potential byproduct of the ongoing physician burnout and shortages is a negative impact on the average lifespan,…
Feb 18 | Jeff Lagasse
The younger the patient, the more likely they are to opt for nontraditional healthcare…
Feb 15 | Beth Jones Sanborn
Marcia Conrad-Miller of CGI said if payers, providers, pharma work together on…
Doctors looking at a screen
Feb 14 | Jeff Lagasse
Pumping cash into a single, unified EHR can be cost prohibitive, so it helps to get a broad, macro view of the data…
Feb 12 | Susan Morse
Pharma wants to be a part of value-based programs in risk-based arrangements with payers.
Dr. Claire Pomeroy addresses the social determinants at HIMSS19.
Feb 12 | Susan Morse
Value-based care demands the switch to wellcare to raise outcomes and decrease costs, Claire Pomeroy says.

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