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TACKLING THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC: WHAT DENTISTS CAN DO. Read More.
Medical tech firm to expand Utah operations. Read More.
Host Dr. Ryan Stanton and Dr. Ben Zaniello, CMT Chief Medical Officer and VP of Product Management, discusses how health information exchanges can assist in the goal of providing patient-centered care. Listen Now.
Emergency Department Information Exchange Can Help Coordinate Care for Highest Utilizers. Read More.
Policymakers and Health Professionals Must Collaborate to Fight Addiction. Read More.
Organized medicine seeks to build on gains from ’16 legislative session. Read More.
Collective Medical Technologies Ranked Fifth Fastest Growing Company in Utah. Read More.
Making the Most of Emergency Department Visits with Chris Klomp from Collective Medical Technologies. Read More.
Down With the Frequent Flyer Icon. Read More.
26 overdoses in just hours: Inside a community on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. Read More.
Emergency department electronic record sharing in the works. Read More.
Between March and June 2016, six California hospitals in the East Bay. Read More.
Care Coordination Innovation. Read More.
How Sutter, Alameda Health use data analytics to manage ED frequent fliers. Read More.
For the first time, clinicians and health researchers may be able to focus on issues that span across different health systems. Read More.
In the East Bay, two health systems are building a virtual safety net to better coordinate care for ER patients. Read More.
Two separate efforts are trying to bring together fragmented pools of data, give clinicians the information they need to make better decisions, and tend to a patient’s social and medical needs. Read More.
Hospitals look to technology to communicate, reduce errors. Read More.
Six East Bay hospitals partner to improve care for frequent emergency room patients. Read More.
Sutter Health and Alameda Health System Partner to Improve Care…with a common goal of coordinating care for frequent ER patients. Read More.
Health IT developers’ pledge to increase EHR interoperability met with skepticism. Read More.
Oregon legislature unanimously clears bill to fight opiate addiction epidemic. Read More.
Nation’s emergency physicians applaud CDCs opioid guidelines. Read More.
The Oregon Senate voted on Monday to advance a bill that will help … Sen. Steiner Hayward’s bill to fight rx painkiller abuse epidemic passes. Read More.
More than 140 representatives from Oregon’s coordinated care organizations, health plans, hospitals and providers came together in September to participate in the Emergency Department Information Exchange (EDIE) Learning Collaborative. Read More.
Rethinking Care for Emergency Department Super Utilizers in a Value-Based World. Read More.
EDIE was cited as a tool being implemented across the state of Oregon to help reduce ED utilization. The article is available here.
EDIE’s success in Oregon is discussed in an article in the Portland Business Journal. In the article, Dr. Sharon Meieran, states that the information in EDIE Notifications help emergency doctors route patients “to the optimal place for care.” The article may be found here.
EDIE’s roll-out to the hospitals in Oregon was highlighted in an article in The Register-Guard. The article is available here, and features quotes from PeaceHealth, the Oregon Health Leadership Council, and the Washington State Hospital Association.
CMT’s Emergency Department Information Exchange (EDIE) was cited by Health IT Outcomes as the tool used by Washington hospitals to exchange data as part of a statewide initiative to reduce unnecessary ED visits. Find the article here.
EDIE was highlighted in an article in the Bellingham Herald. The article discussed the success of Washington’s 7 Best Practices initiative to reduce unnecessary Emergency Department visits. The article is available here.
iHealthBeat mentioned the use of EDIE as part of Washington’s initiative to reduce unnecessary ED visits. Click here to view the article.
An article on FierceHealthIT cited EDIE as a tool used by Washington hospitals as part of the initiative to reduce unnecessary Emergency Department visits by Medicaid patients. Find the article here.
EDIE was mentioned in an article on Businessweek as a tool that helped Washington State save $33.7 million in Medicaid ED spending in fiscal year 2013. The article is available here.
Healthcare IT Connect published an article citing Collective Medical Technologies’ EDIE as a driver in enhancing workflow efficiencies and technology-driven cost savings in Washington. The article is available here.
An article mentioning Collective Medical’s involvement in the success of Washington’s “Seven Best Practices” program was published on EMS World. The article may be found here.
Collective Medical Technologies and EDIE were highlighted in an article in Healthcare Informatics. The article is available here.
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