Quarterly Pivot: Healthcare IT Trends in Q4 2021

Discover the latest healthcare IT and revenue cycle management trends for Q4 2021 in our latest Quarterly Pivot report.
Insights You Don’t Want To Miss for Managed Services, Virtual Care, Data Analytics, Revenue Cycle Management, ERPs and EHRs.

Inside this EXCLUSIVE Q4 (2021) Report, you’ll learn aboutQuarterlyPivotQ4

  • Trends You Can’t Afford to Miss Before the Year Ends
  • Game Changing Healthcare IT Innovations and Events 
  • Industry Thought Leadership Worth Downloading

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Virtual Care

Director, Virtual Care, Nick Loftin, gives the rundown on the latest trends in virtual care.


Competitive Marketing: As more retailers like Walmart and CVS enter the healthcare market, they bring increased access to services, and thus competition. These retailers bring robust marketing and significant brand recognition, which is drawing patients away from traditional health centers. To maintain competitiveness, health centers must adapt by recognizing the consumerist nature of the new entrants and increasing their marketing prowess through direct marketing via omnichannel methods, along with a strong social media presence.

❱ Increased Digital Health Funding and Governmental Support: As signaled by Medicare proposing telehealth codes be permanently added to the physician fee schedule in 2022, these services are here to stay. In addition, numerous agencies have released funding to support the initiation and growth of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) programs throughout the country, including the Veterans Administration and USDA for rural health issues, namely access to care, with telehealth being a large driver in resolving these issues.

Data Analytics

Here are the latest happenings in Data Analytics from VP of Strategic Growth, Zack Tisch.


Amazon continues to expand its healthcare reach and take advantage of its technology platforms and massive amounts of data. Amazon recently announced it will begin providing in-person and telehealth care in 20 major U.S. cities in 2022 with a focus on underserved populations. This expansion is expected to have a positive impact on data insights for patient populations who may have been previously underserved.

Data & Value-Based Care: As more healthcare systems continue to move toward Value-Based Care, demand for data and analytics infrastructures has never been higher. Healthcare organizations are moving their platforms to the cloud to improve data sharing and data analytics capabilities. Additionally, RPM is a platform that continues to grow in this space. Healthcare systems are expected to integrate RPM data to develop a holistic approach to evaluating patient health and driving overall quality.


❱ Data platforms moving to the Cloud: Healthcare organizations are moving their analytics platforms to Cloud Computing to leverage Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AIML) to improve patient care and revenue cycle performance.

Microsoft has partnered with Truveta to continue to expand its presence in healthcare. Truveta, touted as the largest database of deidentified patient data, will be stored exclusively on the Azure Cloud Platform. Microsoft, who recently acquired the AI (Artificial Intelligence) firm Nuance Technologies, plans to use its analytics and AI capabilities to provide clinicians with new insights for treating disease.


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