January 21, 2021
We congratulate Micky Tripathi, PhD, MPP on his new leadership role as the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) at the Department of Health and Human Services. Micky was formerly the chief alliance officer at Arcadia.
December 18, 2020
When parents and caregivers started deferring care due to COVID-19 fears, a large Pediatric CIN launched an innovative engagement campaign to get children in for well child visits and vaccination. Within the first week after getting a text, 11% of patients started coming in for encounters.
December 3, 2020
Arcadia has again been named as a Leader in population health analytics in the IDC MarketScape: U.S. Population Health Analytics 2020 Vendor Assessment (IDC Doc# US46989820, November 2020).
September 17, 2019
As more health systems recognize the value of care management programs, they may find that traditional utlization-based or morbidity-based algorithms are insufficient in helping them identify the patients most likely to benefit from care management. In an exclusive article for For
November 9, 2016
Arcadia Healthcare Solutions has earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2016 Product Line Strategy Award for the North American healthcare data analytics market. Arcadia provides next-generation population health analytics capable of aggregating EHR and claims data from many different data sources, enabling
October 12, 2016
This article was originally published in Health Management Technology on October 12, 2016. All of us in healthcare share a similar fantasy: one in which babies, children, adults and the very elderly – regardless of their needs and health
August 24, 2016
The article “Data on 2000 patients gives visual of final year of life” by Stacy Kusterbeck originally appeared in Medical Ethics Advisor (Vol. 32, No. 9. for September 2016). Nick Stepro, senior director of product management at Burlington, MA-based Arcadia
July 7, 2016
This article was originally published in Health Management Technology. The health care industry has become progressively more concerned with and focused on the potential of “big data,” with some going so far as to call it the miracle cure