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What A Harvard Student Says About Medalogix And Nashville

Posted by Danielle on November 28, 2016

Alert: Shameless bragging ahead. We apologize in advance.

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Topics: Medalogix Culture, Healthcare Industry

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

The Value Of Actionable Analytics

Posted by Danielle on October 31, 2016

While we’re an analytics company, we always remind our users that analytics—even the most accurately predictive—are only as good as the actions they inspire.

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Topics: Data and Analytics Review, Healthcare Industry

Meet This Nashville Analytics Company's Client Experience Team

Posted by Scott Kirby on October 19, 2016

Meet the fabulous client experience team (Carleen Rogers not pictured). We're a group of passionate folks who love helping our clients get the most out of our home health analytics technology--all so they can best help their home health and hospice patients and grow their organizations. 

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Topics: Medalogix Culture

How Our Analytics Solutions Can Help You Maximize Or Replace Telehealth

Posted by Conor Farley on September 27, 2016

Home health operators widely accept telehealth and in-home devices as a viable option to successfully monitor, and better care for, remote home health patients. Although adopted commonly across the country, many providers struggle to identify the appropriate patients to monitor. Typically, provider’s default to deploying units based on a patient’s diagnoses or to the patients their hospital referral partners specify.

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

Measuring The Effectiveness Of Hospice Care

Posted by Carleen Rogers on September 07, 2016

Hospice is a sacred industry. We count success in more ways than the bottom line.

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Topics: Data and Analytics Review, Healthcare Industry

Using Predictive Analytics to “Nurture” Recently Discharged Patients

Posted by Cyndi Rizzitello on August 25, 2016

Industry Challenge

Home health agencies work hard every day to ensure the patients they serve receive the appropriate care in order to recover, regain independence and become as self-sufficient as possible. But due to limitations in the home health benefit eligibility requirements, agencies often have to discharge patients who might not be fully ready or able to care for themselves. Or maybe they seem ready but wind up declining after discharge unexpectedly.

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Topics: Healthcare Industry

The 5 Pillars of Successful Technology Implementation and Long-Term Adoption

Posted by Margaret Forshee on August 18, 2016

Arriving at the Root Issues with Product Adoption

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Topics: Healthcare Industry, Technology

Additional Benefits Of Our Home Health And Hospice Technologies

Posted by Danielle on August 02, 2016

Forward-thinking home health providers initially implement our home health and hospice technologies to realize patient-improvement benefits like:

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Topics: Data and Analytics Review, Healthcare Industry, Technology

We're Presenting Alongside Great Lakes Caring At NAHC

Posted by Danielle on July 28, 2016

Are you going to the National Association for Home Care and Hospice's Annual conference in Orlando? If so, we'd love to see you. Be sure to stop by our booth and check out our presentation. We'll be speaking alongside Great Lakes Caring's chief clinical officer and their director of hospital readmission reduction. 

We're proud to have been selected and honored to be speaking with Great Lakes' leaders. 

Here are the details:

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Topics: Healthcare Industry