Looking at our data, I know most hospice-eligible patients aren’t identified early. I truly believe in our technology at Medalogix and I know we can help physicians have End-of-Life discussions sooner so their patients can make the best-informed decisions.
Given the advent of digitized health records, terms like “big data” and “analytics” have become downright trite these days. The terms are thrown around so often, in so many varying scenarios, they’ve become vague overarching descriptions that mean different things to different people.
As Medalogix's VP of product management, my job is to think about what the market needs, listen to what existing clients would like for improvements and determine where our product needs to go.
We’re all going to die. (Okay, sorry to open a post with such a morbid statement, but it got your attention, right?) Have you thought about your plan, priorities, family and finances?
All analytics technologies are not created equally.
Analytics technology must move past identification to be valuable. It must facilitate action so your organization can see improvement.
We learned this first hand.
Every year home health and hospice professionals gather at the National Association for Home Care and Hospice's (NAHC) annual conference. For the past two years we've had the honor of speaking and we're thrilled to be included in this year's agenda as well. Here's what our own Cyndi Rizzitello and Jordan Health Services' Justine Garcia will be presenting to the audience October 28th in our home city of Nashville, Tennessee.
We want your opinion. If you're involved in hospice care, you likely know all about CMS's Hospice Payment Rate update. The National Association of Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) compiled a summary, which we've included for your convenience in italics. We want to know what you think about the rate update.