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Yes, Perficient Is Looking To Hire People Like You

  As long as you have the experience listed in the job descriptions. But, to put it simply, if you’ve worked in the life sciences industry, you’re already ahead of the game. Check out the job openings we have on our life sciences team and apply if you’re interested. We’ll keep your application secret. Promise. […]

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It’s Time To Send Your IT Hassles To Someone Else [VIDEO]

The other day, I was watching Cory Johnson interview Bryson Koehler, CTO and CIO of The Weather Company, on Bloomberg West. While the talk focused on The Weather Company’s business model, I thought several points during the discussion were quite relevant to life sciences companies. Frankly, they’re applicable to most industries. The Weather Channel, which […]

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4 Capabilities of an Effective Financial Forecasting Model

Terie McClintock, Director of Oracle Core at Perficient, recently wrote a blog on financial forecasting models for healthcare reform: Financial forecasting captures relevant operational, statistical and financial data in one place to enable sound planning and decision making. In addition, forecasting fosters a common understanding of business drivers and their effect on operations and financial […]

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Financial Forecasting Models for Healthcare Reform

Financial forecasting captures relevant operational, statistical and financial data in one place to enable sound planning and decision making.  In addition, forecasting fosters a common understanding of business drivers and their effect on operations and financial performance. Effective Financial Forecasting and Enterprise Performance Management require these capabilities: –      Capabilities for Budgeting and Flexible Variance Analysis […]

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The Evolution of Healthcare Payment Systems

Terie McClintock, Director of Oracle Core at Perficient, recently wrote a blog on cost accounting and new reimbursement models: Costing systems need to be freed from the back room and become a relevant corner stone for preparing forecasts and capacity planning models that incorporate operational, statistical and financial data in one place to enable sound […]

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Cost Accounting and New Reimbursement Models

The healthcare payment systems are evolving from simple pay-for-performance demonstration projects and never-event exclusions to Medicare value based purchasing, readmission restrictions, and bundled payments. Expenses also are under scrutiny and required accurate costing data. Costing systems need to be freed from the back room and become a relevant corner stone for preparing forecasts and capacity […]

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Time for a Balance Sheet of Clinical Results

My colleague, Lesli Adams, is a regular blogger on Perficient’s Oracle technologies blog. As the Director of Oracle Healthcare Business Intelligence, she often posts about topics that are also relevant in the healthcare world. She recently posted a blog about Clinical Measurement that would be a good read for those interested in healthcare analytics, below: […]

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Time for a Balance Sheet of Clinical Results

By Lesli Adams, MPA Director, Oracle Healthcare Business Intelligence   Blue or Red? Doesn’t matter.  It’s a question I get asked daily when I talk about Healthcare Consulting, Technology, and oh yeah, Clinical Measurement.  Over 2 years ago, when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act  (PPACA) was signed into law, my industry went off […]

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Perficient’s Big Data Stack

Big Data has generated a lot of interest in the media and in industry, leading to the possible impression that every data problem is a “Big Data” problem. However, the amount of interest is justified given the performance and scalability boost possible and the economic feasibility of Big Data platforms enabled by commodity hardware clusters/grids […]

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Understanding Outcomes: Lessons from Texas Children’s Hospital

Consumers are savvier today than in the past. With the wealth of comparative information available, consumers can make more informed decisions on where to get their healthcare services. Those organizations that can provide meaningful data to consumers will have a definitive advantage in this new market dynamic. Texas Children’s Hospital is a great example of […]

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The Competitive Advantage of Integrated Clinical and Financial Data

The healthcare world is in the middle of a data revolution of sorts. Both providers and payors are starting to realize that their transactional systems contain a wealth of data that can be used for strategic advantage. Many organizations are spending considerable time and resources in standardizing, cleansing and remediating data issues in their transactional […]

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