The 8 Healthcare Trends That Will Impact Your Sales in 2019

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Top 10 Physician Groups by Medicare Charges

March 8, 2019 BY Alanna Moriarty

Top 10 Physician Groups by Medicare Charges

In 2016, the top 10 physician groups reported an average of $10.1 billion in Medicare charges according to Definitive Healthcare's physician group data. The 10 physician groups reporting the greatest Medicare payments received an average of $304 million. 

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HIMSS19 Recap: The Future of Analytics Technologies

From February 11th to 15th, over 45,000 HIMSS19 attendees flooded the halls of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida to share, learn, and showcase emerging healthcare IT products and solutions. This year, exhibitors and attendees were particularly interested in the fast-growing trend of analytics technologies in healthcare – with more than 194 exhibitors and 82 educational sessions related to this topic.

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Infographic: Top 8 Healthcare Technology Adoption Trends

Based on conversations with HIMSS19 attendees, providers are preparing to increase adoption of clinical business intelligence solutions and technologies. In addition, insurers are expected to invest in interoperability solutions in preparation for the U.S. Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Information Blocking Rule. 

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How Many Hospitals Are in the U.S.?

February 27, 2019 BY Alanna Moriarty

How Many Hospitals Are in the U.S.?

There were more than 7,200 active U.S. hospitals in 2017 according to Definitive Healthcare's Hospitals and IDNs platform. This includes facilities such as short- and long-term acute care, critical access, psychiatric, VA, DOD, and rehabilitation hospitals as well as faith-based non-medical care facilities. 

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The State of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market in 2019

February 20, 2019 BY Alanna Moriarty

The State of the Remote Patient Monitoring Market in 2019

By the end of 2023 the remote patient monitoring market is expected to earn more than $31.3 billion. This would be up from $15.8 billion in 2017, an increase of more than 97 percent.

Remote patient monitoring is the use of wireless technology by clinicians to track medical and health-related information from their patients. This helps physicians monitor and treat chronic illnesses such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and asthma. In leveraging remote monitoring technology, providers can improve clinical efficiency and drastically reduce care costs.

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