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Industry research and guides to help you navigate the consumerization of healthcare, data-driven wellness, and transition to value-based care.

Survey Report: Here’s How Your Organization Can Make the Most of Patient-Generated Health Data

This report from Becker's Hospital Review, in partnership with Validic, shares results from a survey on providers' attitudes toward the current and future states of remote monitoring and virtual care delivery – sharing fundamental practices from the implementation of remote monitoring programs.

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White Paper: 5 Key Steps to Start or Accelerate Your Digital Health Strategy

In a recent global survey, over 450 healthcare professionals weighed in on the question, “Is your company’s digital health strategy on schedule?” View the findings in a new white paper and learn what successful companies are doing well.

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Article: Proving the Use Case for Patient-Generated Health Data

There are significant business risks to hospitals and health systems that do not adopt and utilize digital health.

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Article: Patient-Generated Health Data: A Strategic Ingredient to Reducing Readmissions

Remote patient monitoring technology, which delivers patient-generated health data, can help improve the quality of care, particularly in the case of reducing readmissions.

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Video: Customer Success Story, Medidata

Medidata discusses digital health's impact on pharma and how Validic's helps provide their platform with the digital health capabilities to streamline their trial costs and processes.

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Video: Customer Success Story, Ayogo

Ayogo’s applications help physicians better manage and engage populations outside the four walls of the clinical setting. Social networking tools, gamification and habit-forming framework within the platform are powered with patient-generated health data.

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Article: The shift to managing more patients with fewer resources

Engaging with patients through mobile or other means for preventive care measures helps healthcare providers improve clinical outcomes and control costs at a time of expanding physician shortage.

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Article: Leveraging data integration to manage chronic conditions

Instead, this health system is being driven by a single, stark reality: over the next three to five years, a large number of physicians are retiring and even fewer are entering the workforce. By 2019, this health system is expects its 2,500-to-1 patient-to-physician ratio to increase to 5,000-to-1.

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White Paper: Exploring Digital Health Technologies: The Devices and Data Being Used in Trials Today

Technology-Driven Healthcare Has Arrived. Healthcare leaders weigh in on the state of connected health today – and making the most of its potential in the future. Everyone and everything is being connected. That’s simply the road ahead for all of us.

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Article: Validic and Pharma’s Role in Personalized Smart Health

Connected health solutions represent a two-fold opportunity for pharma companies: creating solutions that enhance patient outcomes while gaining access to de-identified patient generated data that can guide drug development and business strategies.

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Article: Healthcare Innovation and the Four Key Digital Health Trends Expected for 2016

In 2015, we saw great strides made by healthcare companies & providers to change the way we deliver, access and think about healthcare. With technology as the key driver of healthcare innovation in 2016, here are the 4 key trends to expect.

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Article: Can Digital Health Data Integration Lower The Cost Of Drug Development?

Companies now recognize these devices can efficiently and inexpensively be used to monitor chronic disease conditions like hypertension, congestive heart failure, Type 2 diabetes, and MS. Drew Schiller of Validic and John Reites of Quintiles define digital health and the value of data integration.

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White Paper: Advancing Drug Development with Digital Health: 4 Key Ways to Integrate Patient-Generated Data into Trials

Pharmaceutical companies can leverage patient-generated data from digital health devices to help improve strategies and efficiencies around subject recruitment, remote patient monitoring, post-marketing research, and patient communities.

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Video: Digital Health in Pharma – Exploring the Potential Impact

Validic, Biogen and Medidata discuss the potential impact of digital in pharma and clinical research in a panel discussion moderated by MobiHealthNews at HIMSS' mHealth Summit.

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White Paper: Digital Health in Pharma – Exploring the Potential Impact

Digital health has the potential to entirely disrupt the pharmaceutical industry by providing new opportunities to leverage data in clinical trials; by helping companies bring a drug to market more efficiently and cost-effectively; and by improving patient care with enhanced medication adherence and compliance support.

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Case Study: SimplyWell

By leveraging a variety of digital tools that both activate and engage employees on their wellness journey, the company is able to incorporate comprehensive health data that is used to build well-integrated, highly personalized health solutions.

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Webinar: On the Move – The Engagement Gap

This webinar features Validic and WELCOA discussing how corporate physical activity programs are motivating and engaging employees effectively. The companies also delve into lessons learned with wellness programs, the best employee incentives, and the impact of digital health.

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Case Study: MEDITECH

MEDITECH blazes yet another innovative trail, this time with patient-generated data. Validic's digital health platform enables MEDITECH clients to leverage data to improve clinical care.

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Article: EHRs and healthcare interoperability: The challenges, complexities, and opportunities

Communication gaps and data-sharing challenges are pervasive in healthcare, persisting between different providers, hospitals and payers, and even various departments within a health system.

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Article: Patient-generated data integration challenges aren’t technical anymore

By and large, the barriers to integrating patient generated data into hospital systems are no longer technical, according to a panel of technology experts at the Partners Connected Health Symposium.

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Article: Connected Health: An Emerging Drive to Deliver on Healthcare’s Triple Aim

The "triple aim" is the accepted and preeminent goal for healthcare organizations across the country.

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Article: Wearables Devices: Driving More Value in the Clinical Trial Model

Obtaining timely, accurate data from participants has been an ongoing challenge in clinical trials.

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White Paper: How to Be Successful in the Digital Health Revolution

As healthcare continues to shift more toward accountable care, healthcare organizations are looking for ways to quickly and securely access patient data to deliver more meaningful population management, patient engagement, and disease state analytics.

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White Paper: Healthcare Companies Capitalize on the New Mobile Health Economy

Toward the end of 2010, the agenda for a new one-day meeting called “Mobile Pharma” promised to “answer the age old question ‘Is this finally the year of mobile’?” A few months later, Ernst & Young published a report that seemed to answer that question with a resounding “yes.”

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Article: The key driver to transforming healthcare: patient engagement

Our current healthcare system can often function with the patient on the outskirts. To combat this systemic problem, providers are adopting health IT in greater numbers.

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Article: Overcoming Telehealth’s Lingering Obstacles

Variations of telehealth services have been utilized for decades now. However, in recent years, such services have taken on new life and meaning for both providers and patients.

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Article: The Future of Connected Care: Envisioning the Possibilities, Overcoming the Challenges

The good news is the healthcare industry is ready to turn the promise associated with connected health into a reality. Drew Schiller, Chief Technology Officer at Validic, outlines the potential and the challenges that lie ahead.

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Article: Digital Health: Moving Toward a Healthcare Revolution

Runners were the first to discover the potential of wearable devices several years ago. They started using watches and pedometers to measure steps, location and heart rate.

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Article: Validic Acquires Infometers, Expanding Digital Health Footprint

The acquisition makes the new Validic the market leader in the remote patient monitoring space, offering its customers access to data from more devices, and specifically more FDA-regulated monitoring devices, than any competing vendor.

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Article: Validic wants to send your quantified self to hospital

Quantifying ourselves has created one hell of a data mountain. Validic exists solely to create a pipeline for this data to run from the people using connected health equipment to organizations who need to make use of the information.

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Infographic: 2015 The Road Ahead in Digital Health

To understand the convergence that is taking place in digital health, we need to examine the key emerging trends in technology, healthcare and business.

Article: EHRs and wearables – their time has come

The recent partnership between Cerner and Validic offers the latest proof that EMR providers are beginning to see value in mHealth data.

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Article: How Sutter Health gets your digital health data into your health records

How does Sutter Health get wearables data into the patient record so that doctors and other caregivers can use it? Very carefully, as it turns out - and with the help of Validic.

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Article: Meditech taps Validic to bring patient generated data into EHR

Less than a month after announcing its deal with Cerner, health data company Validic has announced another EHR vendor customer, Westwood, Massachusetts-based Meditech. The deal will bring mobile health device integration to more than 2,400 Meditech customer institutions.

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White Paper: The Road Ahead in Connected Health

Technology-Driven Healthcare Has Arrived. Healthcare leaders weigh in on the state of connected health today – and making the most of its potential in the future. Everyone and everything is being connected. That’s simply the road ahead for all of us.

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