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Laura Dyrda of Becker’s Hospital Review writes: 

Healthcare spending has been a topic of national conversation over the past decade as it continues to increase despite efforts to reduce waste and overall costs. The Affordable Care Act sought to curb spending through pay-for-performance measures instead of fee-for-service, and while the current administration takes steps to dismantle the ACA the goal for revising the healthcare system is largely the same: increase quality while decreasing costs. Read more, including thoughts from our very own Brooke LaVasseur, at Becker’s Hospital Review.

Will the Healthcare Bubble Burst? 19 Key Perspectives

Laura Dyrda of Becker’s Hospital Review writes:  Healthcare spending has been a topic of national conversation over the past decade as it continues to increase despite efforts to reduce waste and overall costs. The Affordable Care Act sought …

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Population Health News: Catching up with Dr. Kathleen Myers

Our very own Chief Medical Information Officer Dr. Kathleen Myers, M.D., FACEP was featured in the Feburary 2017 edition of Population Health News. Dr. Myers answered questions about AristaMD’s eConsult platform, uncertainty about the ACA, as well as her …

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Digital Health Company to Enhance Functionality, Accelerate Commercialization of Referral Intelligence Platform

Arista MD, a technology-enabled service company providing eConsults and a suite of related specialist referral support tools, announced today it completed $11 million in financing. The Series A round was led by Avalon Ventures with participation from Correlation …

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How AristaMD Uses CredSimple Credentialing for Efficient Specialist Onboarding

AristaMD was recently featured on CredSimple’s blog for our partnership using CredSimple’s credentialing capabilities as part of our eConsult product. As part of our commitment to ‘less-is-more’ when it comes to healthcare, we wanted to enable a credentialing …

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Teamwork Key To Reducing Medical Diagnostic Errors

By Julie Appleby of Kaiser Health News Almost every American will experience a medical diagnostic error, but the problem has taken a back seat to other patient safety concerns, an influential panel said in a report out today calling for …

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