Category: Health Information Exchange

12 Monumental Months in Redefining “HIE”

Healthcare has seen some tremendous change in the last twelve months with advancements in precision medicine, healthcare disparities, alternative payment models and Ninjas. Yes, Ninjas . . . 2019 was a historic year for KPI Ninja’s pursuit of disrupting the healthcare system by redefining what is possible when Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) become aligned to…
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HIE Population Health Toolbox

In this series called “HIE Population Health Toolbox” we aim to address all of the ways HIEs are uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive clinical information and analytics to support practices in meeting multiple quality measures and initiatives to improve outcomes. Below you will find more in depth information as to why HIEs are the solution.…
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Health Information Exchange Reduces Quality Reporting Burden in Low-Resource Rural Hospitals

How much time is spent on reporting rather than improving hospitals’ quality performance? That is the question that should be on the minds of anyone who is seeking to transform health care. The more push toward value-based care we see, the more we see that analytics are the driving force in health care delivery and…
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NEHII & KPI Ninja: Building a High-Performance Integrated Population Health Infrastructure

Industry trends speak for themselves. Healthcare payments tied to value-based care are up to 34% from 23% in 2015. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation Center announced five new payment models to drive value in the primary care setting. With healthcare transitioning from fee-for-service to value-based care, there is an increasing demand from providers…
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The Role of Health Information Exchange in Population Health: A Case Study on Supporting a Rural Critical Access Hospital around MIPS Initiative

Healthcare is undergoing a paradigm shift – a transition from volume (fee for service) to value-based care (pay for value). Providers are participating in several different programs like bundled payments, shared risk, capitation and quality incentive programs. According to a recent article, healthcare payments tied to value-based care reached 34 percent in 2017 and this…
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