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Healthcare IT News is a news source covering the people, policy and technology driving next-generation healthcare in the U.S. and delivers editorial insights about compelling topics such as electronic health records, health information exchange, privacy and security, data analytics, patient engagement, population health and revenue cycle management. Healthcare IT News is part of HIMSS Media, a media organisation that delivers news, analysis and must-have information to an audience of senior healthcare and technology influencers. HIMSS Media is also the leading producer of important live events, such as the Privacy & Security Forum, Pop Health Forum, Revenue Cycle Solutions Summit and Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum.


How Boston Children's fixed charge capture and quality improvement issues with one software…

A few years ago, Boston Children’s Hospital developed an application it calls Quality & Charge Capture to collect quality improvement-related data directly from clinicians overseeing care by linking it to something that each clinician is responsible for completing for every patient encounter: submitting charge information for professional billing. The QCC […]


Community Care of North Carolina deploys pop health platform to transform community care

Community Care of North Carolina is working to provide next-generation community care with population health and care management. The state’s Medicaid case management program, which provides interventions for high-risk patients, is already showing signs of changing the paradigm of community care among its 1.7 million Medicaid members and anticipated Medicare […]


Community Care of North Carolina deploys pop health platform to transform community care

Community Care of North Carolina is working to provide next-generation community care with population health and care management. The state’s Medicaid case management program, which provides interventions for high-risk patients, is already showing signs of changing the paradigm of community care among its 1.7 million Medicaid members and anticipated Medicare […]