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5 Questions to Ask Before Entering the Maze of Genetic Testing

Lost in the labyrinth of over 65,000 tests? The rise in the number of commercially available genetic tests, along with the growth of a genomic approach to healthcare, can be overwhelming as you attempt to find the exit to the maze.

Evidence: the 5th Domain of Value-Based Purchasing

As the transition away from fee-for-service medicine continues, it becomes increasingly important to understand the four domains of value-based purchasing (VBP). Perhaps even more crucial is learning how the integration of evidence can help you and your health system achieve your VBP initiatives.

Big Data, MACRA, and Evidence: Summiting Healthcare's Everest

  By now, it’s probably safe to say that some, if not all, of you have experienced some level of “big data fatigue.” But there's a common thread missing in the big data discussion ... evidence!

Hayes has the evidence solutions to be your partner on the journey to the summit!

7 Ways for Supply Chain & Value Analysis to Fail at Physician Engagement

  Failure is not an option when it comes to physician engagement. Yet many supply chain and value analysis professionals say they’re doing just that. Take a humorous look at the possible causes for failing to create physician buy-in and see how evidence helps you create actionable solutions.

Prepare to succeed at physician engagement…by learning how to fail!

Orchestrating Population Health Management

 eBook_PopulationHealth_Cover_3D When managing your population’s health, the “sheet music” that guides a cohesive, orchestrated approach to patient care is evidence-based medicine (EBM). Traditionally, physicians making diagnoses or treatment decisions based solely upon their individual experience and education. EBM can augment the physician’s experiential background or to set standards for enterprise-wide best practices.

Making Healthcare Technology Decisions with Limited Evidence

 Making_Tech_Decisions Hospitals and health systems are scrutinizing costs and being forced to make tough decisions affecting patients and their own financial status. Health technology acquisition decisions are becoming ever more important as the costs associated with making wrong decisions continue to escalate. With the array of new technologies clamoring for attention, utilizing evidence is needed to determine which to adopt. New and emerging technologies often have a limited evidence base with regard to their relative effectiveness and impact on patient outcomes. So how do you make a decision in the presence of weak evidence or its absence?