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Another State Leveraging Big Data for Big Opioid Problem

A week ago, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens signed an executive order for the state to create a prescription drug monitoring database. This measure comes after […]

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Determining the Longitude of Data

What do you think of when you hear the word longitude? Your 4th grade history class? The term opposite of latitude? We can’t blame you. […]

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Big Data: Powering Longer, Better Lives

Here at CNSI, we see day-in and day-out how innovation in healthcare can improve the lives of millions of Americans. That’s why it came as […]

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Medicaid’s Role in the Opioid Epidemic

Earlier in the year, CNSI’s Chief Strategy Officer, Sharif Hussein, wrote an article about how predictive analytics can help solve the growing opioid epidemic—specifically in […]

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How to Begin Building a Modular MMIS? One Brick at a Time

In its fourth year, Healthcare IT Connect is hosting its State HIT Connect Summit to discuss the challenges, solutions and future of health IT. A […]

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ONC: Interoperability in Action

It should come as no surprise that the future of electronic health records rests on interoperability. Everyone can agree that in order to improve health […]

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HiMSS 2017: Tackling the Challenges Ahead

This year’s HIMSS conference came at an interesting inflection point in the health care world. A new Administration started just a few weeks before the […]

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Big Data, Big Impact: For Americans and Vets

There is probably no other industry that uses big data more than healthcare. In this business, data and numbers can literally mean life or death. […]

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CNSI Supports Long-Term Solutions To Flint Residents

Before the holidays, CNSI talked about the top tech gifts. With 2017 now here, everyone is already looking for the next big thing. According to […]

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Getting From Here to There: NGA’s Health Info Roadmap

For those in the business of health care, we live our lives by the popular mantra of “Better Care. Better Health. Lower Costs.” Six simple […]

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