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Population Health Management Weekly Wrap Up 3/27/16

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Population health management technology vendor Chess selects cloud procurement software from Verian to streamline its process for ordering goods and services. Chess will initially roll out the new WeProcurement system at Cornerstone Health Care (NC), its largest group practice client of over 300 physicians and advanced practice providers.

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In the UK, integrated primary and acute care system Wirral Partners chooses Cerner’s HealtheIntent for population health management.

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And speaking of Cerner, the company holds a topping-out ceremony for its $4.45 billion Cerner Trails campus in Kansas City, MO. The 16-building, 4.7 million square foot complex with two, 15-story towers will house up to 16,000 employees. Kansas City will pay $1.1 billion of the project’s cost.

Collaborative for Children and Families (NY) selects care coordination and population health technology from GSI Health to assist with its state-led Children’s Health Home, Medicaid Redesign Team Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (MRT DSRIP), and Medicaid Health Home population health programs.


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