Mike Pallagi

  • Study Finds That HIEs Can Help Reduce In-Office Repetition of Services

    Study Finds That HIEs Can Help Reduce In-Office Repetition of Services

    By giving a physician access to a patient’s up-to-date medical record, health information exchanges (HIEs) can help the industry reduce the in-office incidence of duplicate and superfluous tests...

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  • The Technologies That Are Changing Healthcare

    The Technologies That Are Changing Healthcare

    Dr. Lisa Piccione, MD, is a family doctor and the chief quality officer for Desert Ridge Family Physicians, a 10-physician primary care provider (PCP) in Phoenix, Arizona. The practice is a member...

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  • Four Healthcare-Specific Areas That Are Ripe for A.I. Applications

    Four Healthcare-Specific Areas That Are Ripe for A.I. Applications

    HealthcareITNews.com’s Jack McCarthy wrote an article that reviewed a recent report by a study panel of A.I. experts from a number of industries, including healthcare, titled “Artificial...

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  • 5 Fundamental Questions to Ask About Precision Medicine and Big Data

    5 Fundamental Questions to Ask About Precision Medicine and Big Data

    Michael Snyder, PhD, Director of the Center of Genomics and Personalized Medicine at Stanford University, asked and answered five essential precision medicine and big data questions in Chapter 16...

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  • Precision Medicine Demands “Permissionless Innovation”: The Promise of Rapid Feedback Loops

    Precision Medicine Demands “Permissionless Innovation”: The Promise of Rapid Feedback Loops

    Paul Howard and Peter Huber argued in the fourth chapter of their new book, “Unlocking Precision Medicine,” that to realize what the National Institutes of Health calls an “approach for disease...

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  • Two Giants Join Forces to Drive Precision Medicine

    Two Giants Join Forces to Drive Precision Medicine

    Fred Bazzoli wrote this month for information-management.com about how the American Heart Association (AHA)—via its Institute for Precision Cardiovascular Medicine—is “striking out on an ambitious...

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  • Precision Medicine and the U.S.’s Big Data Progress: 5 Key Initiatives to Watch

    Precision Medicine and the U.S.’s Big Data Progress: 5 Key Initiatives to Watch

    Shortly after the White House released a fact sheet touting the progress of the nation’s big-data efforts, Nathan Boroyan of HealthITAnalytics.com wrote a piece about it, offering a “rundown of...

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  • 6 Fascinating Things I Don’t Want to Miss: The 2016 U.S. Healthcare Collaborative

    6 Fascinating Things I Don’t Want to Miss: The 2016 U.S. Healthcare Collaborative

    The 2016 U.S. Healthcare Collaborative—a free, annual, two-day event offered exclusively to Orion Health customers—kicks off in less than two weeks. Featuring interactive educational sessions and...

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  • Spurring Population Health Management with “Data Exhaust”: 3 Themes One CMO Would Pitch to the POTUS

    Spurring Population Health Management with “Data Exhaust”: 3 Themes One CMO Would Pitch to the POTUS

    “It’s all about the data,” answered Jonathan Perlin, M.D., chief medical officer of Hospital Corporation of America, when called on this week to describe which healthcare subjects he would ask the...

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  • Respondents Wary of Value-Based Care: Population Health Management May Help Ease Fears

    Respondents Wary of Value-Based Care: Population Health Management May Help Ease Fears

    Rohan Kulkarni, vice president of strategy and portfolio for Xerox Healthcare Business Group, shared the results of Xerox’s recent survey of over 200 payers and providers in a piece on...

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