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Black Book: Hospitals Optimistic About Allscripts’ Paragon Acquisition

A new survey has been conducted to help determine (from polling 216 inpatient facilities and health systems currently using McKesson Paragon products) how the announced Allscripts acquisition may impact them in the next 24 months.

Consensus was determined that despite reported speculation and buzzes in the CIO & tech consulting ranks, there are no reported Board level or Administrative level initiatives in place that haven’t already been announced to replace the current Paragon platforms in 2018 – 2019.

Of the eight Paragon clients that stated they were in EIS replacement processes prior to the announcement, six would include Allscripts in future consideration stages.

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Black Book Rolls Out New Healthcare Mobile Survey Apps

Black Book Rolls Out New Healthcare Mobile Survey AppsAhead of the weekend, Black Book Research, a surveyor of tech users, announced the release of mobile survey and polling applications for IOS and Android.

In addition to Black Book’s online web surveys, panel interviews and call center conducted assessments, the firm added recent improvements in the choice of survey digital experiences to shed new light on the demands, preferences and recommendations of the all user levels among healthcare software products and services, a provided statement explains.

We’re told that over 1,400 vendors are included in the survey apps with the option for respondents to write-in a vendor’s name if it does not appear.
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Mobile Tech Critical for Post Acute Care

Mobile Tech Critical for Post Acute CareIn what comes as yet another compelling argument in favor of technology’s critical role in the future of patient care, Black Book recently surveyed hundreds of providers of long term and post-acute care facilities – including nursing homes, hospitals, home health services, etc. – to “help stakeholders” of the post-acute provider industry identify new ways to better serve patients.

This year’s post-acute IT user survey focused on health information exchanges (public and private), quality reporting, health analytics, workflow and care coordination, and patient engagement software/systems.
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