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Why I Chose Aledade as an ACO Partner

Ryan Frazine, MD, an independent primary care physician who operates his own practice in Paducah, Kentucky, understands the importance of remaining competitive in an environment dominated by hospital-based primary care doctors and specialists. In order to do so, he and a number of other independent...

100 Best Companies to Work For 2018

Seattle Business magazine unveiled its 2018 list of the 100 best companies to work for in 2018. McKesson Ventures portfolio company Accolade ranked #19 in the list of businesses with headquarters outside Washington state. Employees remarked that the leadership of the rapidly growing company “is...

Making Tele-Behavioral Health a Success in Hospital Settings

Finding high-quality mental health care is a challenge, no matter a patient’s location or circumstances, writes Avizia CEO Mike Baird. But “with the explosive growth of tele-behavioral health over the last few years, it is considerably less challenging.” Changes in the regulatory environment have also...

Landmark Health Named a 2018 Best Place to Work in Healthcare

Landmark Health has been recognized as a Best Place to Work in Healthcare for the second year in a row. The designation, given by Modern Healthcare magazine, is based on employer benefits and policies as well as employee engagement and satisfaction. “Landmark is a relatively young...

Digital Health Intervention for Asthma: Patient-Reported Value and Usability

A report on a 12-month study evaluating patient-reported effectiveness and value of Propeller Health’s electronic inhaler sensor has been published by JMIR Publications. Doctors collaborating on this study represented five different organizations: Dignity Health – Rajan Merchant, MD; Rubina Inamdar, MD Propeller Health – Kelly...

How Ivor Horn Blends Technology with a Human Touch

Ivor Horn, chief medical officer at Accolade, knows what it’s like to feel lost in the maze of healthcare. When she was a child, her father experienced a traumatic brain injury—opening her eyes to just how complex and disempowering patient-provider interactions can be. But the struggle...