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- January 01, 2012
This whitepaper investigates the perceived usability and acceptance of a data warehouse designed with the purpose of helping pediatricians in the assessment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
- January 01, 2011
This whitepaper evaluates clinician’s user experience regarding the Arizona Medical Information Exchange (AMIE) and its impact on quality of care, workflow and efficiency, healthcare costs, systems usability, and AMIE data content.
- January 01, 2003
This whitepaper studies the effect of usability and user experience on the use and interest in data mining systems in healthcare.
- August 01, 2013
Explores the need for comprehensive enterprise information management and analytic capabilities to support HITECH and ACA initiatives in reducing costs and improving the quality of care.
- October 01, 2013
A good roadmap and the right business intelligence solutions and services gives organizations the data they need to ensure organizational efficiency, save operating dollars, and maximize capital investment.
- August 01, 2013
Contained in this document is a starter kit of IT capabilities needed and employed in an ACO. As ACOs grow and mature over time, so will the understanding of IT enablers and thus this list.
- June 04, 2014
This white paper is focused on the rapidly evolving field of Population Health Management (PHM), and the substantial information technology (IT) solutions that it will require.
- June 20, 2014
Technology Convergence is defined as the merging of existing technologies into new forms that bring together different types of media and applications.
- October 10, 2014
98 percent of Massachusetts residents had health insurance by 2010. Learn about the state's key success factors for optimizing "Obamacare".
- July 24, 2015
Insights on how ACOs’ would be required to adopt reimbursement models other than the fee-for-service (FFS) model in order to deliver and be compensated for better- coordinated care.