FHG Founder/CEO Michael Barbouche will speak the Wisconsin Association of Health Underwriters’ Annual Conference on Friday, September 18, 2015. The conference will be held at the Wilderness Resort in the Wisconsin Dells. Read more.
In October, FHG Founder/CEO Michael Barbouche will speak at The American Heart Association Check. Change. Control.™ Leadership Summit in San Francisco at the Marriott Marquis hotel. The Leadership Summit is designed to foster discussion and debate around the role of health technology in improving blood pressure control in Americans. Michael will participate as a panelist – “Panel Discussion: Population-Based Care: BP Data and the EHR” on Thursday, October 22nd.
We’ll be there – February 29 thru March 4, 2016. Vegas. Fuzzy dice, magic tricks, fresh oranges and our famous 24 hour buffet. Of course. Read more.
NORMAN BRIGGS Director of AODA Services ARC Community Services
LAKEN BARKOWSKI RN, BSN Triage Nurse Evanston Internal Medicine, Family Medicine & Dermatology Northwestern Medical Group
Dr. GILBERT SIMON Medical Director Sacramento Family Medical Clinic
"PopulationManager has emerged as a great tool in the AMA Improving Health Outcomes program. It has helped us identify difficult-to-treat-patients - they are now more “on our radar.” Additionally, using PopulationManager will positively affect the care we provide our patients by reducing end-organ damage that arises from uncontrolled hypertension. "
"PopulationManager has emerged as a great tool. It has helped us identify difficult-to-treat-patients - they are now more “on our radar.” Additionally, using PopulationManager will positively affect the care we provide our patients by reducing end-organ damage that arises from uncontrolled hypertension."
"PopulationManager is a huge asset to our practice. Its intuitive and graphical interface makes it incredibly easy for us to quickly identify hypertensive patients needing close monitoring and to manage our high-risk populations.”
“PopulationManager can look at the social determinants of health that are often associated with negative outcomes so I can focus on those populations.”