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Guest Post: Time to Get Back to Basics: Traditional Digital 101

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Marketers are so wrapped up in their Web 2.0 strategies – those ‘shiny new objects’ like social media and mobile – that they often overlook the value of their traditional digital marketing tactics. Yes, that’s “traditional” digital, defined as tactics like search, display ads, websites, and email.

These elements are the core tactics in your marketing and communications arsenal, critical for driving your message and measuring success for online and offline initiatives alike.

"Unfinished Business:" Partnering to Reach Every Woman and Every Child

Panel calls for more focused efforts to reduce child and maternal deaths
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September 24, 2013 /3BL Media/ - With 828 days left to meet the global goals set by world leaders to reduce child and maternal deaths, business and global health leaders today called for more selective and targeted action to save more lives during this critical window.

"Unfinished Business:" Partnering to Reach Every Woman and Every Child

Panel calls for more focused efforts to reduce child and maternal deaths
Press Release

September 24, 2013 /3BL Media/ - With 828 days left to meet the global goals set by world leaders to reduce child and maternal deaths, business and global health leaders today called for more selective and targeted action to save more lives during this critical window.

First Global Conference On Food Security

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Wageningen, September 23, 2013 /3BL Media/ - A multifaceted problem: How can the world feed its children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in a future facing an ever-growing global population, poverty, growing scarcities of drinking water and agricultural land, and of course the elusive climate change? And at what price? Nobody knows the answer.

GBCHealth Releases 2012 Annual Report: Working with Businesses to Improve Health Worldwide

Highlights Year’s Business Action on Health Milestones
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New York, NY, September 19, 2013 /3BL Media/ GBCHealth today released its 2012 annual report. The report highlights GBCHealth’s many achievements from the year, which include:

Bright Ideas Come Together: Kicking Off the Verisk Health Conference 2013

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Verisk Health plays host to hundreds of industry leaders and decision-makers at our annual conference this week in Orlando, Florida. We will discuss critical healthcare initiatives and innovations that span the healthcare continuum.

For three days, we will meet with our clients to explore the healthcare industry’s emerging challenges and opportunities . We will discuss Health Insurance Marketplaces, accountable care trends, population health management, HEDIS, EDS, payment accuracy, ICD-10, STARS Ratings, clinical decision making, workforce health, and much more.

UPS Survey Finds Global Healthcare Executives Driving Supply Chain Transformation to Reach New Markets

Investments Planned in Areas Such as Technology Amid Growing Concerns over Product Protection, Global Regulatory Environment
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ATLANTA, Sept. 17, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Changing regulatory environments, new customer demands around the globe, challenges around product security and increasingly complex products are driving healthcare executives to make strategic supply chain investments, according to findings from the sixth annual UPS “Pain in the (Supply) Chain” healthcare survey, conducted by TNS.  New technology investments and go-to-market models are top of mind as healthcare executives drive business and logistics transformations to meet evolving industry needs.

Buy or Build an Edge Server: Three Questions to Consider

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As the Affordable Care Act takes effect, health plans wishing to participate in the Health Insurance Marketplace must implement proper tools to abide by the government’s requirements for data collection. These requirements include operational edge servers be in place by January of 2014.

What are Edge Servers?

Why We Need to Look Beyond Fraud to Contain Healthcare Costs: The Silent Tax of Process Waste

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When it comes to containing healthcare costs, there are some obvious areas to target. Everyone agrees that fraud should be detected. Fraud is high profile, and stirs outrage towards those who cheat a system designed to care and heal. Fraud has no constituency—at least not a legitimate one. It’s no surprise that all the major healthcare bills contain some provision about stopping fraud.

Value-based Purchasing in Healthcare: Solid Strategies for Employers

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Employers looking to get more from their healthcare spend have a finite set of options. Shifting healthcare costs to employees has been one popular trend, but its limitations are now being realized. A more promising avenue for the long term may be found in pursuing value-based purchasing strategies among plans (and providers for self-insured organizations).

Of course, this strategy works best when employers can negotiate from a position of strength—armed with hard facts and metrics.

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