Blockchain: What It Is And How To Build A Business Case

Blockchain: What It Is and How to Build a Business Case

  • December 11, 2017

By Aaron Symanski, CTO, Change Healthcare As much hype as there is around blockchain and Bitcoin, as an architecture for distributed but trustworthy record-keeping, blockchain could turn out to be under-hyped in the long run. That is why major financial institutions are investigating applications of blockchain, even though it’s best known as a base technology for cryptocurrencies. In addition to financial transactions, blockchain has many other potential applications, such as enabling smart contracts in software rather than written in legalese. However, blockchain business models are still a work in progress. I've been huddling with my team to think about ways…

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Steps To Building A Consumer-Centric Payment Network

Steps to Building a Consumer-Centric Payment Network

  • November 14, 2017

Cory Gaines, head of product management for network solutions at Change Healthcare, has a new feature on HFMA.org, on the value of building clinical and financial information networks that take consumer preferences into account. Read the article

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The High Cost Of Unneeded Procedures

The High Cost of Unneeded Procedures

  • November 2, 2017

Suresh Yarlagadda, Change Healthcare Medical Director, Clinical Strategy, has a new feature piece on Healthcare Informatics about unnecessary medical care. In it, he examines a recent survey on the issue and looks at what’s behind medical decisions. Read the article

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Make Sure Your Denials Management Efforts Are On Target

Make Sure Your Denials Management Efforts Are on Target

  • October 16, 2017

Healthcare IT News has a feature from Change Healthcare’s Jason Williams who explains that while most organizations are taking an administrative approach to managing denials, there might be a better way to actually collect what they’re owed. Read the article

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