May/June 2023

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Finance/Revenue Cycle

Marginal Maneuvers: Experts See Ongoing Financial Fragility

May 23, 2023
How will the financial fragility of hospitals and health systems play out over the medium term? Experts see ongoing consolidation—and the acquisition of remaining standalones—...
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Primary Care

One Primary Care Disruptor Focuses on Preventive, Proactive Care

May 23, 2023
Chicago-based Oak Street Health spoke with Healthcare Innovation about its disruption of the primary care market, by entrants like itself, and how this space might look down the...
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Health Equity

More Insurers Finding Ways to Pay for Health Equity

May 23, 2023
CMS, Medicaid agencies, and commercial insurers are experimenting with payment models that provide incentives for underserved patients, as determined by an “area deprivation index...
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Medicare Advantage: Unending Scrutiny Over a Popular Program?

May 23, 2023
Even as the Medicare Advantage program evolves forward, with payers, providers, and plan members expressing satisfaction, critics continue to challenge some of the program’s fundamental...
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Learning Health System/Research

Learning Health Systems Gain Momentum From Pandemic Use Cases

May 23, 2023
Medical centers such as Vanderbilt and University of Minnesota create centers to coordinate projects, train learning health system scientists

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Clinical IT

New Chief Officers Are Blazing New Trails

May 23, 2023
A whole crop of new “chiefs” is emerging in hospitals and health systems, and they’re managing data and processes in new ways—with new insights
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Home-Based Care

Moving Care into the Home

May 23, 2023
More health systems studying how remote patient monitoring can be incorporated into chronic disease management protocols
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Public Health

Momentum Builds for Bolstering Public Health Data Infrastructure

May 23, 2023
Officials say public health agencies need flexible systems built with public health in mind
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Health Equity

Moves in Maternal Health Equity

May 23, 2023
There have been a multitude of actions taken by agencies, hospitals and health systems, and consortia to advance maternal health equity in the U.S.; president of Chartis Just ...
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The (Perhaps Perceived) Rise in Ransomware

May 23, 2023
Agencies like the Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center release numerous warnings about ransomware gangs. Two cybersecurity experts weigh in on the ‘why’ and ‘what to...
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Interoperability & HIE

Q&A: Health Gorilla’s Steven Lane, M.D., on TEFCA, State of Interoperability

May 23, 2023
Former Sutter Health interoperability exec talks about why he is excited about TEFCA and the upcoming proposed rule on information blocking disincentives
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Clinical IT

Are You Sure You’ve Heard the Right Easter Island Story?

May 23, 2023
I was captivated by Jared Diamon’s 2005 book Collapse, which analyzes the collapses of several civilizations in world history. As Diamond wrote in his prologue, following up on...
Davin Lundquist, M.D., Chief Medical Officer – Augmedix

Strategies for Reducing Burnout and Staffing Shortages with Automated Documentation

Sponsored Content: Healthcare Innovation recently sat down with Davin Lundquist, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Augmedix for a conversation on reducing burnout and staffing shortages...