Disparities clearly exist, and it is our responsibility to figure out why and how to address them, for the good of everyone.
Fall is finally here, but COVID-19 may interfere with some favorite activities. But it’s still possible to enjoy the cooler weather.
The Liberation Lab podcast welcomes Medecision leader Rick Koloski, along with Dr. Terri Steinberg in her role as Chief Health Information Officer and Vice President of Population Health Informatics at…
How can the healthcare industry acknowledge racial disparities and strategically work to reduce them?
‘Unplugging,’ staying connected remotely, helping with child care and being vulnerable are among the ways to fight worry, stress and burnout.
In many cities and states, workplaces are beginning to open their doors again and employees are returning to the office. What precautions should employers take to keep their employees safe…
How can parents help support the mental health of their kids and ensure the upcoming school year is a positive one—no matter where “school” is or what it looks like?
Telehealth usage surged because of COVID-19. Now, our customers are shifting gears to use virtual health technology—and we’re here to help.
Payers and providers need to examine all activities, not just medical activities, that impact the care of a population. That’s why population health analytics are so critical.
Rick Koloski, group senior vice president of engineering and architecture at the healthcare firm Medecision, discusses how enterprise agility has helped the business respond to COVID-19—and prepare for what’s next.