The evolution of risk-based safety: from TSA PreCheck to COVID-19 will be hosted by hc1 and Daon on January 19, 2021, 1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EST

January 12, 2021

Keeping university and college micro-communities safe from COVID-19


When most college campuses reopened in fall of 2020, administrators spent the semester fluidly adjusting plans as dynamics around the virus changed. Now, as the U.S. turns the corner into 2021 and campus leaders reflect on the effectiveness of strategies,…

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January 11, 2021

DHS founding Secretary Tom Ridge to discuss biometrics and risk-based safety at Daon event


Former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge will participate in the discussion, along with Daon CEO Tom Grissen, hc1 CEO Brad Bostic and a panel of healthcare experts. The online event will be…

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January 8, 2021

What are travelers afraid of in 2021? And what should they actually be worried about?


“I am most concerned about things I can’t control,” says Peter Plantes, a physician executive with hc1, a health care company. It’s the randomness of travel that could cause unnecessary exposures to a disease, like fellow travelers who let their…

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December 28, 2020

40 ideas: Time to supercharge our bioinformatics efforts


CEO and Founder of hc1, Brad Bostic, shares 40 ideas that will change the way we view and treat healthcare.

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December 17, 2020

Don’t Dash into the Holidays and 2021 Planning without Data


As business leaders consider not only corporate travel and conference attendance for 2021, but tweaks to their traditional holiday celebrations, it’s important to consider the risks we face as the prevalence of positive COVID-19 viral tests and active cases continues…

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December 7, 2020

Superspreaders, clusters and dead ends: Research reveals more about how coronavirus spreads


The company partners with more than 20,000 labs across the U.S. that quickly share the results of COVID-19 tests, along with the patient’s address. The firm then calculates the percentage of positive COVID-19 tests by city and, in some cases,…

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December 8, 2020

WFFT Local First News @ 10


A new study shows Allen county is a top ten covid-19 hot spot in the entire united states. Fox 55’s Nico Pennisi reports why the rate is so high and what…

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December 3, 2020

Superspreaders, clusters and dead ends: Research reveals more about how coronavirus spreads


Research from Arizona and beyond suggests the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 can spread erratically, making some infected people “superspreaders” and others dead ends for transmission. Dr. Peter Plantes, an internal medicine specialist, works with hc1, a health care data analysis…

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December 3, 2020

Op-ed: A one-size-fits-all prescription drug strategy can be fatal. Here’s what can help.


Brad Bostic guest writes an article discussing the dangers in healthcare’s “one-size fits all” strategy for patients. The need for personalized precision medicine can help.

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November 18, 2020

How to leverage precision health in the transition to value-based care: 5 insights from a panel of experts


As health systems and providers transition from fee-for-service to value-based care reimbursement models, many are turning to precision health as a tool to reinvent care delivery. This evolution, however, requires fundamental changes to the way providers, patients and payers interact.

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November 17, 2020

hc1 Chairman and CEO Brad Bostic named Dynamic Leader of the Year by Indiana Chamber


Entrepreneur, TechPoint board member and longtime tech community executive and leader Brad Bostic was recognized by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce as its Dynamic Leader of the Year, one of the economic development organization’s marquee annual awards sponsored by Indiana…

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November 16, 2020

‘Healthcare at Any Address’: How Jefferson Health’s CEO Sees the Future


Payer-provider alignment and collaborating with the right strategic partners are keys to succeeding in healthcare’s future, says Stephen Klasko, M.D.

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