Our Client, a rapidly growing medical device company, sought a partner to help them better understand fluid management for their hemodynamic monitoring product line. They were looking to generate abstracts in partnership with several physician groups who were thought leaders in the area of fluid management, and their goal was<span. . .
Our Client, an established health services company, had recently stepped into the public Healthcare Insurance Exchange market and discovered that their existing process and platform were struggling to keep up with the demands placed on them.
Our Client, one of the oldest, self-sustaining Health Information Exchanges (HIE) in the country, was facing significant disruption in their industry. With the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the healthcare providers and accountable care organizations (ACO) that made up our Client’s customer base suddenly demanded more robust patient<span. . .
The Chicago Forum for Justice in Health Policy presented “Reforming Illinois’ Public Health Data Systems” on March 4, 2016, at Loyola University’s Chicago School of Law Health and Medicine. Over 120 participants made up of public health professionals, state and local government staff, researchers, health advocates, insurers, and the general<span. . .
Our Client, one of the largest customer-owned health insurance companies in the country, needed to improve the efficiency and the quality of output generated by their IT organization. Their lines of business (LOB) are incredibly diverse, including government, group, and retail consumer healthcare plans. These LOBs exist at different<span. . .
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