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Data gone astray: The missing link to a better bottom line

Clinical documentation drives revenue in the new world of fee-for-value care delivery. Fully extracting “value” for the bottom line requires that healthcare organizations have systems in place to ensure all appropriate clinical data is captured and used for analytics and quality metrics reporting. Yet, the reality is that many organizations are simply leaving money on […] More »

Cerner Health Conference

October 8-11, 2o18 Kansas City, MO More »

EPIC User Group

July 27-30, 2018 Verona, WI More »

Blue National Summit

May 1-4, 2018 Orlando, FL More »

The Health Language Cloud Advantage

The Health Language Cloud Advantage Whether it’s data you possess, data outside your firewall, or data that’s coming, the Health Language Cloud helps you protect it, move it, integrate it, and unlock intelligence from it—giving you what it takes to prevail in a competitive market. Access content updates and software enhancements, reduce IT and administrative […] More »

Reference Data Management

Brian Levy, MD, vice president of global clinical operations and product management for Wolters Kluwer Health, discusses reference data and the challenges healthcare systems face in handling them. More »


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