We’re excited to be growing the Noteworth family, and are looking for several talented people to join our team across our Engineering, Clinical Strategy & Ops, Design, and Project Management teams. But we already know how awesome you are, which got us thinking: why should you swipe right on Noteworth?
We think that 2018 will be a huge year for connected health, with breakthroughs in analytics and blockchain technology, expansion of broadband access, tech-enabled patient engagement, wearable sensors, telehealth, and more.And we’re not alone.
2017 has been an incredible year of building momentum for Noteworth. Thank you so much to those partners and mentors who have helped us grow exponentially these past 12 months. We're looking forward to an eventful 2018, but in the meantime, here are some of our top highlights of the year.
One of the latest announcements from CMS confirms that remote patient monitoring (RPM) will be a major part of the future of care: starting next year, clinicians can use a newly unbundled reimbursement code to bill for time spent reviewing data collected by an RPM tool.
It’s official: in a final rule announced last week, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will move forward with cancelling the hip fracture and cardiac episode mandatory bundled payment programs that were slated to begin January 1, 2018.
Kick off your week with a great read by Mike Townsend over at TechCrunch about identifying healthcare challenges and disruption opportunities, and how healthtech companies (like Noteworth) can better help “heal” the healthcare industry.
More than 40% of patients experience health risks by misunderstanding, forgetting, or ignoring advice from their clinician. Now, with the new Patient Instructions feature, adherence can be more than just wishful thinking as a patient leaves the clinic.
Let’s take a look at some of the most notable healthcare industry news we’ve been reading, from gender wage gaps in healthcare and the Connected Health Conference to patient-generated health data and value-based care.
Last week, the Noteworth team attended and spoke at the Connected Health Conference, where folks across the healthcare ecosystem convened in Boston to discuss the state of digital health technologies that are reinventing health care delivery and patient engagement.
This fall, come join the Noteworth team at a few upcoming events: the Connected Care Conference in Boston, and the Results International AI and Analytics in Healthcare Breakfast and Junto Health Summit in NYC.
Unlike fee-for-service, where hospitals and clinicians gain increased revenue and profit by delivering more services to more people, regardless of patient outcomes, value-based care is designed to reward clinicians for the efficacy and quality of care delivered, as opposed to quantity.
Still getting back to your routine after the long Labor Day weekend? Take a look at some of the most notable healthcare industry news we’ve been reading, from interoperability during Hurricane Harvey and bundled payments, to mergers, the best hospitals to work for and the new surgeon general.