Originally published in HealthcareITNews. In an interview with Leanette Henagan, MD, chief integration officer at Partners in Recovery, the online publication HealthcareITNews reported that the organization had seen tremendous improvements in efficiency and member engagement by using HealthBI’s care coordination and care management platform.
Originally published in The Hill. HealthBI’s Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Koorosh Yasami, authored an Op-Ed piece in The Hill, a non-partisan, objective online news and policy “must read” covering important issues of the moment.
HealthBI President Scott McFarland Quoted in Article CMS Changes Impacting Primary Care for the Better
Originally published in ModernMedicine Network’s Medical Economics. HealthBI president, Scott McFarland, was quoted in a February 21, 2018 online article entitled, “CMS Changes Impacting Primary Care for the Better.”
Originally published in Harlow on Healthcare Podcast. Scott McFarland discusses how accountability and risk are being pushed down to the provider level today; payers are creating incentives that allow providers to assume risk, better manage patients, and better manage populations.
HealthBI President Scott McFarland Quoted in Becker’s Hospital CFO Report on the Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire Partnership
Originally published in Becker’s Hospital CFO Report. HealthBI president Scott McFarland was quoted in a February 7, 2018 online article in Becker’s Hospital CFO Report entitled, “What the Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire partnership means for healthcare: 35 executives respond.”
Originally Published in In Business Magazine. The U.S. healthcare system is immersed in the most significant payment reform changes in decades. This transition from rewarding the volume of care to the value of care – measured by patient outcomes – brings substantial challenges and opportunities.
Originally Published in Health Plan Week by AIS Health. Technology will be crucial in helping health plans to connect care teams, integrate behavioral health and primary care, and identify and analyze key data that can help them target where to focus energies in improving patient populations.
Originally published in HealthLeaders Media. Health plans will continue to face challenges such as an influx of people into Medicare and more pressure to participate in risk-based contracts. The uncertainty that complicated health plan strategies in 2017 will continue this year and could accelerate.
Originally posted on Health Professional Radio. Dr. Shar Najafi, Senior Vice President of Behavioral Health for Equality Health, discusses her mission to provide care that encompasses the mind and body to those affected by health disparities.