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One Year Later: State of the Union

September 20, 2016

A year later, I am happy to report that this has been one of the most successful company integrations I have ever experienced, and in my 30 years in healthcare technology I have been through four, both as the acquirer

Why Claims-Based Approaches to Risk Are Deficient

August 19, 2016

The traditional approach to risk adjustment uses claims-based data to calculate risk.   It’s easy to understand the appeal: health plans already have claims at hand, and those claims contain information in a consistent, structured format.  Unfortunately, this claims-based approach to

Webinar: Bad Data’s Effect on Population Health Performance

May 3, 2016

Managing complex patient populations requires comprehensive and reliable EHR data. During this webinar, Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization and Arcadia Healthcare Solutions discuss how to properly assess your EHR data to ensure you have the right information to make key

The Evolution of Diabetes

The Evolution of Diabetes

May 2, 2016

Data visualization by Michael Simon, Amy Werner-Allen, and Abhi Kumbara D3.js SVG, with Illustrator. Data spanning 5 million lives across 12 years, from Arcadia Benchmark Database. With a de-identified dataset of Claims and EHR records for nearly 10 million lives, Arcadia’s

A Day in the Life of Dr. Jones

A Day in the Life of Dr. Jones

May 2, 2016

Embedded deep within the EHR data that Arcadia mines for its customers is a highly detailed set of interactions between the provider, support staff, patients and the EHR software itself. Compiling each “click” within the system into a Gantt chart

Cost and Frequency of Chronic Disease

Cost & Frequency of Chronic Disease

May 2, 2016

The total cost of health care services for any individual is influenced by many factors, including age, sex, and location. However, the presence of chronic conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, and depression, has an overwhelming effect on the cost

Disease, Diet and Exercise

Disease, Diet and Exercise

May 2, 2016

Data visualization by Nick Stepro and Michael Simon D3.js SVG, with Illustrator. Data from CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). Every year, the CDC collects behavioral health risk data via telephone surveys at the state and local level. The Behavioral Risk Factor

Bad data may harm a single patient, but it can kill your ACO

March 3, 2016

This article originally appeared in Becker’s Health IT and CIO Review on March 3, 2016. As doctors, we’re trained to treat patients one at a time. Our research and treatments are individually focused, and so are the care outcomes. So

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