Recent Blogs

Data Classes with CareSet

By Staff Writer | January 28, 2019

Update: Last year we offered classes at PMSA and Datapalooza. We had such great feedback…We are doing it again! See below for dates/registration. At CareSet we know how hard it can be to make sense of the most central open healthcare datasets for pharma applications. As a result, we are offering classes in cooperation with…

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Clinician Attendees can earn CME at CES

By Fred Trotter | January 10, 2019

Today while attending CES to talk about AI in healthcare, I learned that CES is the first health tech conference to offer Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit for its clinician attendees. This is huge news and is an important step in reconciling the clinician and technical communities. 

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HHS fighting silos

By Fred Trotter | September 19, 2018

HHS finally used the “s”-word (silos) talking about themselves. The Context: When anyone seeks to understand what is happening within HHS, a “search” must be conducted. In the era of paper records, this was a literal, physical search. An HHS employee would go to filing cabinets somewhere and find resources. Now a “search” means figuring…

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New NPPES features will improve interoperability efforts

By Fred Trotter | July 18, 2018

As of July 10, the NPPES data file now contains substantially more data. NPPES is a core data file for us at CareSet. NPPES stands for National Plan and Provider Enumeration System and is the dataset that helps us uniquely identify healthcare providers, using “National Provider Identifiers” or NPI numbers. This dataset was created by the…

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AHA, Merck, Novartis, J&J & CareSet

By Ashish | February 24, 2018

Amongst the improved programming of SXSW healthcare, CareSet’s SXSW panel is sandwiched between AHA and Merck events.  The infamous Fred Trotter moderates a discussion about new school cardiovascular care lead by four executive experts.  We are all affected and will be there. Date: March 10th, 2018 Time: 11:00AM Duration: 60 minutes Venue: Austin Convention Center Room: 6AB…

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CareSet Cited in Scholarly Papers and News

By Brian Lang | February 7, 2018

CareSet and it’s co-founders have a history of advocacy and thought leadership around data security, “hactivism,” and data journalism. Below is a collection of some of our favorite attributions. I. CareSet in the News https://www.xconomy.com/texas/2017/03/06/%E2%80%8Bex-vice-president-biden-to-speak-about-cancer-moonshot-at-sxsw/ Shah, A. (2017, March 6). Ex-Vice President Biden to speak about Cancer Moonshot at SXSW. Retrieved from https://www.xconomy.com/texas/2017/03/06/%E2%80%8Bex-vice-president-biden-to-speak-about-cancer-moonshot-at-sxsw/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/oreillymedia/2014/04/13/leading-by-example-two-stories/#2bf490c4280c O’Reilly,…

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Inflectra Launch: A Medicare Data Perspective

By Laura Shapland | January 21, 2018

[vc_row bottom_padding=”40″][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] How biosimilars are grabbing market share among HCPs. It’s a widely held belief that biosimilars, or “generic” versions of biologics (medicines produced from living organisms), hold great promise to reduce healthcare costs worldwide. Because biosimilars require less money to develop, they typically sell at a discount to their biologic counterparts. The IMS…

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CareSet Target: Outpatient Therapy Volumes Case Study

By Brian Lang | October 9, 2017

This case study explores how you can bring your market into laser focus with CareSet Target and aim your sales force where your product is most needed.

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