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March 7, 2018

Four Questions Series: Joshua Jacobs, VP at Windsor Healthcare Communities

We’re excited to bring you our latest Four Questions Series blog featuring Windsor Healthcare Communities. Windsor Healthcare Communities operates nine Skilled Nursing Facilities throughout New Jersey and provides long-term, post-acute rehabilitation services to patients. Windsor Healthcare prides itself in providing advanced services that work to improve patient quality of life while maintaining a top-of-the-line care setting. We sat down with Joshua Jacobs, VP at Windsor Healthcare Communities, to learn more about how his team uses PatientPing to help improve care.

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April 18, 2017

Mixed Outcomes for Healthcare Consolidation

In many industries, corporate consolidation is championed for increased efficiency and revenue. But, as a wave of consolidation has hit healthcare, it’s been met with mixed outcomes.

With healthcare M&A activity reaching new highs in 2015, it is clear the industry is in the midst of widespread transformation and conglomeration. A 2016 Modern Healthcare survey found that nearly 80% of healthcare CEOs believe the rate of consolidation will remain consistent or accelerate in the coming years.   

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March 28, 2017

What Healthcare Can Learn From The Retail Industry

Five years ago, the predictive analytics industry reached a new milestone. Target, the 6th largest retailer in the U.S., developed an algorithm to accurately identify pregnant women based on their purchases— and, in some cases, did so a bit too early.

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August 23, 2016

Four Questions Series: Delaware Valley ACO Improves Patient Care Through Use of Real-Time Notifications

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.

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June 24, 2016

Achieving Health Care Interoperability: Challenges and Proposed Solutions

Health care interoperability is defined as the “ability for different information technology systems and software applications to communicate, exchange data, and use the information that has been exchanged.”[i]

At PatientPing, interoperability is at the core of what we do. Our mission is to help transform our country's health care system by empowering providers to more seamlessly coordinate care with one another. We do this by providing real-time notifications to providers when their patients receive care anywhere.

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