Kevin Hutchinson, current founder & CEO of MyTaskit, as well as long-time advisor to PatientPing, shares his insights in the next edition of our Four Questions blog. With an extensive background in healthcare–from being the Former Founding President & CEO at SureScripts to advising multiple growth-stage companies–Kevin’s insights and knowledge are invaluable to PatientPing.
Vince Kuraitis, advisor and strategic healthcare consultant, connected with PatientPing’s founder Jay Desai on the potential for healthcare to transform into a platform industry: Think Facebook, Google or Amazon. To Vince, healthcare desperately needs to capitalize on the network effect, but this can’t happen until healthcare embraces platform companies to support this business model.
Welcome to another edition of the Four Questions blog series. This time, I’m sitting down with Sean Cavanaugh, a PatientPing advisor and former Head of Medicare to talk care coordination, payment reform and challenges facing healthcare providers today.
Welcome back to our Four Questions Blog Series! PatientPing sat down with Ann Marks of Delaware Valley Accountable Care Organization to learn more about how her team is using PatientPing to further their care coordination efforts. DVACO is comprised of more than 670 primary care physicians and over 107,000 Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries.
We’re back with another installation of our Four Questions Blog Series. We sat down with Shay Raleigh of Great Lakes OSC to learn more about how the GLOSC team is using PatientPing to further their coordination efforts. Great Lakes OSC is comprised of 64 primary care physicians and 198 specialists in Michigan. Their mission is to drive superior patient experience and healthy outcomes through the delivery of effective and efficient care. In 2017, Great Lakes OSC will be joining Aledade's primary care physician-led NextGen ACO, which is aimed at delivering high quality patient care through better care coordination.
Welcome back to our Four Questions Blog Series! We sat down with Adrianne Seiler, MD, to chat about how Pioneer Valley Accountable Care is using PatientPing to help facilitate better care coordination. PVAC, located in western Massachusetts, participates in Medicare’s Next Generation Accountable Care Model (NGACO), a population-based payment initiative that aims to improve quality of care among Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries through care coordination and disease management.
Welcome to the PatientPing blog! We are kicking things off with a blog series called Four Questions, in which we conduct mini-interviews with our user champions to show how they’re using the tool to achieve better interoperability and patient care coordination. We sat down with Gene Farber, COO of Reliance ACO in Michigan, to see how they are using PatientPing to help manage their patient population.