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Case Study: ProHealth Uses Cogito DW to Manage Population Health

Perficient recently worked with ProHealth Care to help the healthcare system with their data architecture efforts, specifically working on the integration of Epic System’s Cogito data warehouse and several other key data sources surfacing data via SQL Server. ProHealth Care,  a community-based healthcare system with 15 primary care clinics, three hospitals, and numerous other services, […]

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Webinar: How ProHealth Innovates in Population Health Management

For healthcare providers, it can be a challenge to effectively manage population health, and consistently measure and report its outcomes. Recently, ProHealth Care announced that it was the first healthcare system to use Epic’s data warehouse, Cogito, in a production environment. Specifically, ProHealth implemented the data warehouse to help its physicians assess their entire population […]

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Upcoming Webinar: Building a Better Healthcare Dashboard

According to a recent world study, when it comes to the topic of big data and decision-making for healthcare organizations, a top challenge reported is the ability to analyze data and deliver insights in real time. Unfortunately, many key performance indicators on healthcare dashboards fail to drive real results or are missing key organizational improvement […]

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Dynamics CRM for Patient Engagement: Memorial Hermann Case Study

Perficient recently worked with Memorial Hermann Health System, implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM to handle community outreach, call center management and specialty patient onboarding. Here is an excerpt from the case study describing the challenge: …the management of disparate systems had become an increasingly arduous task. The marketing department wished to consolidate all data into an […]

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Avoid Cloud HIPAA Breaches like OHSU’s with Azure or Office 365

Healthcare IT News’ Erin McCann recently reported that Oregon Health & Science University had to again notify patients that their protected health information had been compromised.  From Erin’s post The Oregon Health & Science University has notified 3,044 patients that their protected health information has been compromised after several residents and physicians-in-training inappropriately used Google […]

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Perficient wins Microsoft Health Provider Partner of the Year

I’m thrilled to share that for the third time in four years Perficient has been honored with Microsoft’s Health Provider Partner of the Year award.  I can’t tell you how honored we are that the Microsoft Healthcare team has chosen to recognize Perficient’s commitment and expertise in the Healthcare vertical year after year. From the […]

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Microsoft Surface Impresses Doctors, Improves Patient Care

Over on the Perficient Healthcare IT blog, my colleague Jamie Churchill had a great post this morning around the tablet battle in healthcare. From her blog post, which you can read here, Jamie shares: I came across an article this morning about the growing trend of doctors using tablets in healthcare – specifically the Microsoft […]

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Unlocking Epic EMR Data with SharePoint and SQL Server

Forbes had an interesting article this week – An Interview with the Most Powerful Woman in Health Care.  The woman is Judy Faulkner, CEO of Epic Systems. According to  KLAS’ 2012 Best in KLAS Report, Epic was rated as the #1 Overall Software Vendor, #1 Overall Software Suite, and #1 Overall Physician Practice Vendor based […]

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Grey’s Anatomy, HealthIT is more useful that you portray.

Watching Grey’s Anatomy last night, I was once again struck by how they seem to be starting to weave in current healthcare issues and considerations.  For a show that has never seemed to be aware of its surroundings, or the current climate (at least to me) in the past, its seemed a little jarring.  It […]

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Office 365 and the Direct Project

It was interesting to read Healthcare IT News‘ post today on the CDC looking to use Direct Project for a health safety network. According to the post The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) needs a health information service provider to deploy the Direct secure messaging protocol to make it easier and more automated […]

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