At HIMSS20 in Orlando on March 10, PCCI’s Senior Medical Director, Yolande M. Pengetnze, MD, will present on how machine-learning and artificial intelligence-driven algorithms guide targeted and tailored educational for high-risk Medicaid children with asthma and Medicaid pregnant women at risk for preterm delivery. Click on the image below for all the details.
Available now in pre-release is a new book from PCCI: “Building Connected Communities of Care: The Playbook For Streamlining Effective Coordination Between Medical And Community-Based Organizations.” This is practical how-to guide for clinical, community, and government leaders interested in building connected clinical-community services.
The book shows how to facilitate cross-sector care coordination; enable community care partners to better provide targeted services; reduce duplication of services across partnering organizations and help to bridge service gaps in the currently fragmented system.
Published by HIMSS, the book will be available on March 9. Reserve your copy today at: HIMSS publishing: https://lnkd.in/eiB2Jq7 opens in a new window Or Amazon.com opens in a new window: https://lnkd.in/eBKH9h7 opens in a new window
PCCI’s text messaging program on asthma and preterm birth prevention was featured as a poster presentation at December’s Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Scientific Symposium. The poster program titled “A Novel Evidence-Based Approach to Digital Outreach Improves Patient Engagement and Health Outcomes in Two Distinct Cohorts of Medicaid Patients,” was presented by by PCCI’s Senior Medical Director, Yolande Pengetnze, MD. Dr. Pengetnze was joined at IHI by Dr. Barry Lachman, from the Parkland Community Health Plan (PCHP) where they shared the poster that demonstrated how PCCI and PCHP support at-risk populations by helping to reduce the harm caused by asthma and preterm births.
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What is the future of SDOH? Patient Engagement HIT talks with PCCI CEO Steve Miff about what is on the horizon for implementing SDOH. Click the image below to see the entire story:
During 2019, the team at PCCI and was recognized for its results, leadership and community participation, earning several awards, nominations and important appointments. The recognitions include:
Among its accomplishments this year, was how PCCI’s predictive modeling helped to prevent adverse drug events. See how this was applied at Healthcare IT News.
Among its accomplishments this year, PCCI announced it is contributing its capabilities to support elements of the “Advancing American Kidney Health Initiative” announced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Go HERE for all the details.
Among its accomplishments this year, PCCI reported how its predictive modeling helped prevent preterm births. See how this was applied at D CEO Healthcare.
Among its accomplishments this year, PCCI reported how its predictive modeling helped reduce the harm caused by pediatric asthma. Please click on the image below to see how PCCI’s efforts were applied:
Patient Engagement HIT included PCCI in a story about 2020 health trends. Click on the image below to read the whole story: