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Tag Archives: Interoperability

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August 18, 2016

Part Two: Moving People—and Data—to Achieve Better Health Outcomes

Part 2 – From Interoperability to ROI – David Baum, Director of Communications, BioIQ – As we saw in our last installment, a properly orchestrated population health program can guide […]

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August 16, 2016

Moving People—and Data—to Achieve Better Health Outcomes

Part 1 – A New Look at the Engagement Challenge – David Baum, Director of Communications, BioIQ – For years, getting people engaged was the leading challenge in population health […]

June 3, 2016

The Friday Five: This Week’s Top Healthcare Tech Headlines

Sunscreen tips you haven’t heard and a breakthrough device to treat opioid addiction 1.NPR reports that many women and even doctors underestimate a woman’s heart attack risk, as they focus […]

May 24, 2016

Population Health Trends: From Engagement to Interoperability

Ten years ago, one of the biggest healthcare buzzwords was “engagement.” Employers and health plans were challenged to create awareness of their wellness programs to drive employee engagement and participation. […]

March 14, 2016

HiMSS16 Shines Spotlight on Interoperability in Federal Government Sessions

– Tracel Wilt, Vice President, Government Sales, BioIQ – Whether you’re a HiMSS regular or a first-time attendee like me, this year’s conference offered something for everyone. From hands-on sessions […]


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