Healthcare Technology Management
With more than 35 years of experience solving complex IT problems in Healthcare, MEDQOR™ is the leader in data, analytics systems and consulting in this rapidly evolving marketplace. Leveraging our unique evidence based methodologies to connect healthcare technology management and biomedical professionals to providers of mission-critical product and technology advances in the rapidly changing medical device industry via social networks, mobile devices, unique Web sites, e-mail newsletters and other media. Focused exclusively on biomedical professionals, we are unique in the marketplace by providing practical service and management solutions and the latest data and informatics on technology and industry trends.
Technology, Cloud, IoT
Our consultants help healthcare companies innovate, improve operations, and deliver value—from early-stage companies to multinational software, hardware, and services providers.
Cloud computing is an IT phenomenon transforming the way information is captured, stored and managed. Cloud computing is a key disruptive force creating opportunities for both traditional and new players, driving technological innovations, and leading to the emergence of new business models.
When we connect the physical world, the data we produce has enormous potential to create value. Yet our work suggests that traditional approaches to gathering, analyzing and using the data from these connected products do not lead to effective decision making or closed loop systems. Recent assessments show that in certain complex industrial settings, sensor and equipment data is often not applied to realize its full value—and may not even be captured in the first place.
Underwriting & Fraud
MEDQOR’s network of partners guide transactional and compliance focused companies and market entrants in navigating the complexities of new market underwriting and risk mitigation strategies. As market, political and legislative changes alter the industry, we help our clients develop innovative and practical solutions.
MEDQOR is at the forefront of helping organizations use advanced analytics to transform risk management. Organizations are making big investments to harness information that has been trapped in business units and functional “silos,” as well as new types of information from a wide variety of external sources.
They are also using advanced tools and techniques to build better models with greater predictive power. Maximizing the value from these investments isn’t just about the data and models—success requires rethinking and fine-tuning strategies and changing culture and processes.
The clinical lab market encompasses business leaders and professional staff in clinical laboratories across the United States, including pathologists, scientists, technologists, technicians, phlebotomists, and specialists in such areas as blood banking, cytotechnology, histotechnology, and molecular pathology. These certified professionals conduct research and development to create and implement new diagnostic technologies, and perform prescribed clinical testing for patients at every stage of life. Tests performed by clinical laboratorians enable caregivers to screen, diagnose, predict, and monitor the progress of patients and pathogens, and decisively influence roughly 70% of all medical decision-making.
Anthem’s Audiology practice focuses on all aspects of hearing care, by connecting audiologists, hearing instrument specialists, and ENTs to manufacturers and service providers across an integrated economic and content platform that delivers multiple touch points through social networks, mobile devices, online, email newsletters, and print.
Serving the 10,000-plus orthodontists practicing in the United States. Specially trained to diagnose, prevent, and treat dental and facial irregularities, orthodontists create straight teeth and align the jaws where needed. Not only does orthodontic treatment improve a patient’s self-esteem, but it can go a long way to improving overall oral health by preventing periodontal disease, tooth decay, and tooth loss.
Catering to leading cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons, dermatologists and dermatologic surgeons. Our doctors perform everything and anything from anti-aging injections to complex multi-staged reconstructive surgeries. Many are also pushing the boundaries of regenerative medicine through their work with stem cells, scaffolds, and fat.
We serve the clinical/hospital respiratory market, and an audience consisting of respiratory therapists, directors/supervisors/managers of respiratory and pulmonary physicians. These professionals are largely responsible for administering a wide range of respiratory care including triage, emergency, home care, and bedside functions such as tracheostomies, oxygen and aerosol therapy, secretion clearance for COPD and cystic fibrosis patients, emergency ventilation for crash victims, and more. These healthcare professionals serve a critical role in the fast-paced hospital setting, with their patients’ lives often hanging in the balance.
Focuses on product and practice solutions, and informing purchase decisions made by physical therapists for products used in short-term treatment of clients in outpatient, institution, and private practice healthcare settings. We explore treatment options for short-term rehab while business software and practice management solutions are also regularly spotlighted.
Connects members of the entire physical medicine team working in long-term settings such as hospitals, institutions, outpatient, and private practice. Editorial content is authored by practicing clinicians and offers pragmatic guidance to PTs, OTs and rehab administrators responsible for the hands-on care of clients affected by long-term disabilities and related impairments. Advances in pain management, practice management, and fitness are also reviewed regularly to keep readers up to date about changes in the marketplace. Breaking news and current events are published regularly online and shared with a nationwide audience through our website and social media platforms.
We serve the clinical sleep medicine/sleep lab market, reaching out to sleep physicians, neurologists, pulmonologists, respiratory therapists involved in sleep, directors/supervisors/managers of sleep labs, sleep technicians, dental sleep medicine specialists, and more. These professionals are largely responsible for diagnosing a host of sleep disorders including obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, and restless legs syndrome, and then administering/monitoring needed treatments such as CPAP, pharmaceuticals, and oral appliances. There are an estimated 6 million undiagnosed cases of sleep apnea in the United States, and these professionals are at the forefront of spreading awareness of the disorder and its complications, as well as effectively diagnosing and treating its sufferers.