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CONTENTS January 2012 Vol. 33, No. 1

Clinical decision-support technology is a crucial element to enhanced care

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delivery, says Hasan Zia, M.D.

For the ACO model to be successful, it is critical to

have improved patient care as the end result, says Fauzia Khan, M.D.

Development of better “impactability” models must

be a priority if we are to bend the cost curve, says Bill Fox.

ACCOUNTABLE CARE ORGANIZATIONS 16 LOOKING TOWARD THE FUTURE: 2012

Oleg Bess, M.D. 4medica

Michael O’Neil GetWellNetwork

Industry insiders weigh in on the year ahead in healthcare technology.

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Merrie Wallace Awarepoint

George Schwend Health Language

Vik Torpunuri CentraMed

Ray Desrochers HealthEdge

Brandon Savage, M.D. GE Healthcare

David Kennedy Diebold

Daniel O’Donnell, M.D. InterSystems

Charlotte Martin Gateway EDI

Dave Dyell iSirona

Tom Giannulli, M.D. Epocrates

Gary Kolbeck LodgeNet Healthcare

John Haughton, M.D. Covisint

A CLOSER LOOK AT ACOs REGULATORY ISSUES ANALYTICS SOLUTIONS

21 The impact of regulatory compliance on patient relationships. 22

REGULATORY ISSUES Healthy, wealthy and wise

ON THE COVER 8

Web-based solution helps hospital keep up with regs Managers at a 25-bed critical-access hospital hoped the software could make regulatory surveys smoother by addressing their three biggest challenges.

Looking toward the future: 2012

Industry insiders weigh in on the year ahead in healthcare technology.

DECISION SUPPORT 24

A critical choice for optimum patient care Clinical decision-support technology deployed in critical-care environments is a crucial element to enhanced care delivery.

A closer look at ACOs Patients and quality care come fi rst.

Eight reasons payer interoperability and data sharing are essential in ACOs

Interoperability standards could be a prerequisite to measuring care.

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COLUMNS Viewpoint by Phil Colpas Thought Leaders: Business Intelligence by Bill Fox

DEPARTMENTS Industry Watch

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