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Insights on care coordination and value-based care.

Alec Berry

Content Manager

ThoroughCare Analytics | Healthcare Analytics

By: Alec Berry
February 14th, 2022

Your practice or organization has collected a lot of data. From your patients, your staff, and your operations. And all of that information holds intelligence, interpretations, or answers to questions you may not even think to ask. Like, what?

By: Alec Berry
October 20th, 2021

Health systems are transitioning to a value-based care model. Or, they are attempting to offer more value to their patients by focusing on the quality of service, instead of quantity. 

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By: Alec Berry
September 21st, 2021

Care management software simplifies value-based healthcare for hospital groups and accountable care organizations (ACOs). It shoulders much of the administrative weight. 

ThoroughCare FAQ

By: Alec Berry
August 26th, 2021

Sometimes, you need a little help. 

Care Coordination

By: Alec Berry
August 17th, 2021

It is essential to periodically review and, when applicable, revise a patient’s care plan. 


By: Alec Berry
August 5th, 2021

Healthcare providers often outsource management of Medicare’s preventive programs. 

ThoroughCare FAQ

By: Alec Berry
July 15th, 2021

Product demonstrations are valuable for clients. They’re an opportunity for a test drive. 

By: Alec Berry
July 8th, 2021

With a Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) program, anyone, including senior citizens, can collect daily vital signs — from blood pressure to weight to oxygen saturation — all from the convenience of their own home.

Chronic Care Management

By: Alec Berry
July 6th, 2021

Here you are, you’ve done it. You've decided to start a Chronic Care Management (CCM) program.  The progress feels real — another innovative step forward for your practice. So, what now?