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Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. Builds Unique Data Asset and Analytics Capability with Arcadia Healthcare Solutions

May 9, 2016

EHR data aggregation capabilities tap into a critical but underutilized source of health information in partnership with a leading behavioral health organization BURLINGTON, Massachusetts (May 9, 2016) — Arcadia Healthcare Solutions, a leading Electronic Health Record (EHR) data aggregation and analytics technology

Announcing Arcadia’s 2016 Data Gallery

March 9, 2016

Last week at HIMSS, we unveiled our 2016 Data Gallery—a veritable art gallery where we have turned data into something beautiful. Our love of data drives us to cull through mountains of it to pull the most relevant and compelling information,

Launching the Arcadia Advisor Network

February 9, 2016

Industry experts from leading ACOs, health plans, and health systems will work in collaboration with leadership team to guide strategic plans, tactical activities, and market outlook. BURLINGTON, Massachusetts (February 2, 2016) — Arcadia Healthcare Solutions, a leading electronic health record

Connecticut Collaborative Moves to Mine Clinical Data

October 22, 2015

That is where Arcadia shines. Almost anybody can build a repository that dumps claims data from the payer into the repository but actually being able to pull in medical record data and then merge that with claims data, that’s really challenging. I think our advisory committee that did this evaluation came to the conclusion that Arcadia has the best demonstrated ability to do both, be able to make those interfaces with disparate EMR systems, to normalize that data and be able to analyze it so that it becomes actionable by our providers. I think we see Arcadia as a real strong partner that understands the transformation that needs to happen and has developed some really unique capabilities, but it’s more the thought leadership that they have provide and the partnership they can form with us to help build the capabilities, I think that’s pretty unique.

From Healthcare Informatics: Medicaid Costs and the Logic of IT-Facilitated Population Health: Yakima Valley Knows

June 5, 2015

This article originally appeared in Healthcare Informatics and was authored by Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief at Healthcare Informatics. Recent GAO statistics speak to the need for truly innovative approaches to managing the care of Medicaid enrollees—such as those unfolding at the

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