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Timothy Perkins

Timothy Perkins is a senior operations executive with extensive experience in leading change in rapid growth/dynamic environments. Before forming Digital Collaboration Solutions, Tim worked with health information technology clients to provide strategic services through his company, CMOoutsourcing. Prior to healthcare, Tim was on the leadership team of a number of successful technology start-ups and high growth companies, which were either acquired or went public. Tim continues his involvement with entrepreneur activities as a member of the advisory board for the Quincy Center for Innovation, a Boston area incubator for new technology companies. Tim holds a Bachelor of Science in both Accounting and Computer Science from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
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World Pneumonia Day: A Perfect Time to Talk about GPRO Prev-8

Posted by Timothy Perkins on Nov 8, 2016 10:00:00 AM

November 12, is World Pneumonia Day. While it is not the type of day you go out and buy a greeting card for, World Pneumonia Day was established in 2009 to raise awareness about the toll of pneumonia—a leading killer of children around the world—and to advocate for global action to protect against, help prevent, and effectively treat this deadly illness.

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Topics: PQRS

Being an ACO in a GPRO World: Ever Get the Feeling the World is a Tuxedo and You're a Pair of Brown Shoes?

Posted by Timothy Perkins on Nov 7, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Brown Shoes Tuxedo Horizontal.pngTo quote the late comedian George Gobel, sometimes you feel out of place. If you are an Accountable Care Organization (ACO), PQRS GPRO reporting can trigger this emotion.

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Topics: GPRO, ACO

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