- EHR,Event,Chronic Conditions,Value Based Payment,Population Health Management
This year’s ANACP annual meeting hosted from November 2 to November 4, 2018 at the Marriott Houston Medical Center in Houston, TX brought in over 300 participants from North America and other regions together in the opportunity for community outreach and education through the exchange of medical frontier knowledge.
With the healthcare landscape transitioning from fee for service to fee for value, MDLand’s co-founder and Sr. Vice President, Mr. James Long spoke on the best practices to improve reimbursement and quality management for the new value-based payment programs, discussing how providers can leverage their EHR infrastructure by applying various digital technologies to optimize workflow, engage patients to close the care gap and improve the overall population health management.
Innovation in Hypertension Management, the forum hosted by Healthfirst and NYU-CUNY Prevention Research Center on September 20, 2018 was deemed a success and received glowing feedback from its audience of payers, academic researchers, public health/DOHMH, NYU, and community-based providers.
MDLand’s co-founder and Sr. Vice President, Mr. James Long was invited to speak on digital health innovation on population health management. James discussed how providers can leverage their EHR infrastructure by applying various digital technologies to optimize workflow, enable team-based approach, and engage patients to close the care gap and improve the overall population health management, including hypertension and other chronic disease conditions.
- EHR,Event,Value Based Payment,Population Health Management
MDLand International (MDLand), a leading Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Population Health IT Platform company introduced the enhanced PCMH module at NCQA’s 2018 PCMH Congress. The enhanced PCMH module from MDLand will help healthcare organizations and providers further streamline the clinical workflow, improve quality, close care gaps and most importantly, meet the criterias in achieving the recognition of PCMH from NCQA and to provide better outcomes for patients.