The amount of data that insurance companies, doctors, hospitals, and patients have at their disposal is enormous. Payers have access to billions of pieces of claims data from doctors and pharmacies, while healthcare professionals across the country can collectively tap into millions of sophisticated electronic medical records that track patients and their progress. So valuable is all this information that some industry experts talk about data as the “new oil.” The analogy is fitting: both are the raw material for creating value. That said, the ability to tie all these disparate pieces of information together is monumentally difficult. “Many of

Change Healthcare brought cloud security to a higher level with Change Healthcare Security Management, featuring an innovative “BYOK” (Bring Your Own Key) service now offered as part of the ...

Change Healthcare brought cloud security to a higher level today by unveiling Change Healthcare Security Management, which features the innovative “BYOK” (Bring Your Own Key) service. This new ...

Fifty years ago, keeping health data secure was as simple as putting a lock on the filing cabinet. A data breach would have to involve someone physically breaking into your facility, or at the ...

The “Payer Quality and Risk Analytics 2018” report from KLAS looked at 84 health plans to see which vendors are best for supporting predictive analytics, risk adjustment, and care quality ...

Change Healthcare unveiled a new version of Acuity Revenue Cycle Analytics™ that adds front-end patient access analytics to expand its revenue cycle intelligence portfolio. Now, using Acuity ...

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