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The Re-Emergence of Home Infusion in a Value-Based Healthcare World

1. ACT NOW Healthcare executives need to prepare for not if, but when the standard of care shifts even more dramatically to the home. Home infusion provides the opportunity for efficient use of hospital days and effective management of scarce resources, and is a rare win-win for the provider industry. Whether it is the direct …

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A Bold New Approach to Strategic Transformation for Healthcare Companies

Abstract Many healthcare companies have attempted to use Program Management Offices (PMOs) to navigate transformational change. Unfortunately, traditional PMO models have fallen short in producing either realistic business cases and/or quality execution. The limitations of these models are insufficient for today’s dynamic healthcare business environment. To overcome this, Vynamic has designed the Strategic Transformation Office …

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Will Your Product Take Off? Decoding Product Launches in Life Sciences

For life sciences companies, product launches are pivotal milestones in a product’s lifecycle and set a trajectory for the product’s financial performance over its life. Given the scale and potential impact of a life sciences product launch, getting it right really matters. These multi-year launch efforts involve cross-functional teams comprised of marketing, sales, manufacturing, market …

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The Pharma Savings Card: Is There A Better Way?

The proliferation of pharmaceutical savings card programs currently blanketing magazines, TV advertisements, and internet sites are ubiquitous for prescription drugs. While these offers seem like a great deal to patients and pharmaceutical companies, health plans and other payers warn that there are long-term implications. Perhaps the issue isn’t as clear cut as one might think. …

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Achieving Population Health Is About More Than Just Healthcare

ABSTRACT Managing a population’s health can no longer fall solely at the hands of healthcare providers. One’s health is about more than just healthcare because it requires the interaction and integration of care across the entire health continuum, including multiple care settings and health disciplines, to tackle the numerous factors that impact a population’s health. …

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Telemedicine, Care Models for the 21st Century

ABSTRACT The use of telemedicine is growing, and it is being adopted through four primary channels: providers, payers, employers, and consumers. There are several distinct ways telemedicine is being used, including home visits, virtual visits, tele-ICU, acute care robots, and expert second opinions. Inconsistent state legislation and requirements will slow adoption if not modified. Telemedicine …

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Overlook These M&A Integration Tips at Your Own Risk

There are an increasing number of mergers taking place in the healthcare industry. Managing the integration of merged organizations requires deftly managing four often overlooked areas including communication, the integration team, critical path activities, and risks & issues. Merger activity across healthcare increased significantly in 2015 and is continuing to accelerate according to the Wall …

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Moving PHI Data

Moving your data is complicated and risky enough, but when you are responsible for moving data classified as Protected Health Information (PHI) the stakes are even greater. Not only is PHI data governed by Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations which need to be carefully considered before, during, and after a move, the …

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Digitizing the Physician’s Office

What’s wrong with this picture?: Physicians now spend more time focused on EHRs than communicating with the patient. Physicians typically spend more time looking at EHRs than they do paper records, meaning that time spent looking at the patient is trending downward as we continue to move away from paper records. 70% of physicians polled …