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Denise Galbraith

As Manager of Client Experience, Denise is responsible for our clients’ continued post-implementation success including opportunity optimizing, adoption benchmarking and “best practice” sharing. Previously, Denise was a healthcare technology consultant to four major US healthcare systems. She focused on implementation and adoption experience in revenue cycle management, ambulatory, acute and post-acute healthcare settings. Denise holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Before her healthcare career, Denise served with the United States Peace Corps in the Republic of Georgia as a teacher trainer and education volunteer. In her spare time, she likes to garden and spend time with her puppy, chickens and boyfriend (usually in that order).

Recent Posts

Alive Hospice Speaking Session With Handout

Posted by Denise Galbraith on November 17, 2016

Our very own Carleen Rogers was invited speak at the 2016 Faith & Spirituality Symposium hosted by Alive Hospice. The event was geared toward community members, clinicians and laypersons of all faiths.

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

Survey Says: Home Health Providers Really Like Our Analytics Technology

Posted by Denise Galbraith on July 27, 2016

Back in June, we sent our biannual survey to our home health and/or hospice users. We distributed surveys to 121 people, and received 53 responses--yes my friends, that's a 41% response rate! We wanted to share the results specific to each product and thank everyone who participated (you know who you are)! 

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Topics: Data and Analytics Review, Healthcare Industry

Introducing our Inaugural User Conference

Posted by Denise Galbraith on April 20, 2016

In a small healthcare analytics software company the work we do is always changing. The mentality of ‘hang on or get off’ is palpable. and exhilarating. We can do hard things.

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Topics: Medalogix Culture, Data and Analytics Review, Healthcare Industry

Video: How Clinicians Can Identify Hospice Appropriate Patients Sooner

Posted by Denise Galbraith on February 01, 2016

As our Clinical Transformation Consultant, Carleen assists Medalogix in furthering the development of Medalogix’s end-of-life analytics technology solution—Medalogix Bridge. Carleen has 20 years of palliative care experience in hospice clinical and operational leadership, healthcare informatics management and consulting. She’s here to share some tips to help clinicians identify patients who may be appropriate for hospice earlier.

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

In A Nutshell: Home Health Value Based Purchasing Final Rule

Posted by Denise Galbraith on November 13, 2015

If you're in home health, you're probably well aware that in early November, CMS released the final rule for Home Health Value Based Purchasing (HHVBP). But, you probably haven't had time to read the ruling yet. It's a pretty hefty document. Here's a CliffsNote version. 

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

What You Need To Know About Home Health Value Based Payments Now

Posted by Denise Galbraith on October 01, 2015

In July, CMS proposed the Home Health Value Based Purchasing program (HHVBP). It’s all laid out in this not-so-handy 250-page document.

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

Let's Work Together To Save America's Healthcare System With Analytics. Here's How.

Posted by Denise Galbraith on September 01, 2015

We’re all going to die. (Okay, sorry to open a post with such a morbid statement, but it got your attention, right?) Have you thought about your plan, priorities, family and finances?

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

5 Ways To Improve Care Coordination Between Home Health and Hospice

Posted by Denise Galbraith on July 31, 2015

By Client Experience Manager, Denise Galbraith

In the healthcare world, we talk a lot about what’s best for patients, and rightfully so. However, the word patient sounds so far removed. In reality, you are a patient. I am a patient. Our parents are patients. Everyone we love and care about is a patient. This game-changing perspective was first introduced to me by my friend, e-Patient Dave. Needless to say, it blew my mind.

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Topics: Healthcare Industry