Our CEO, Dan Hogan, was a featured speaker at the Tennessee Society of CPA's healthcare conference earlier this week. Presenting on the economics of end-of-life care, Dan discussed current statistics, studies and proposed rules that could alter end-of-life care in America as well as why America struggles with dying well and how predictive analytics is helping end-of-life care.

If you weren’t able to make it, below are some highlights from his presentation.

Tuesday morning, we hosted a webinar for Homecare Homebase (HCHB) users about how our technology can help reduce hospital readmissions and decrease deaths on home health census. We even gave them a sneak peak into our newest technology, Medalogix Nurture. Thank you to everyone who participated! 

Couldn't make it? Do you wish you you could have? Good news...there's more where that came from. 

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The recent Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Summit of the Southeast took place in Nashville—the hometown of Medalogix. Convention days were filled with speakers, workshops, networking and roundtables. Because of my commitment to healthcare data analytics, at one of these roundtables I was placed as a mentor panelist to ExtraHop.

If you’re a healthcare provider, chances are, your original motivations for joining the field were patient-focused. You wanted to make a positive difference in patients’ lives. Being in the field though, you may now feel like your day-to-day concerns are back-office focused. You’re spending much of your energy and resources: