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Inpatient Claims Explored

Posted by Ashay Thakur on July 31, 2012

Identifying inpatient claims in healthcare data is centerpiece to most Healthcare data analysis. Inpatient claims is one of the more expensive claims over all claim groups. Therefore, identification of Inpatient claims in claims data is vital. Unfortunately, there is no standard algorithm out there to identify Inpatient admission claims. They are rarely alluded to as such in the data in a direct manner. We, at Deerwalk, have worked out logics to define how we go about performing in-patient[...]

Agile Development at Deerwalk

Posted by Ashay Thakur on November 22, 2010

Development methodologies adopted during a project’s lifetime can have a significant impact on the quality, efficiency and timeliness of the implementation. Here, at Deerwalk, we have embraced Agile Development, adapting it to fit the needs of projects that encompass many different industries and technology stacks.This has allowed us to become extremely adaptable and agile; we can easily keep pace with changes in the requirements or accommodate requests for new features from the client. This[...]

Electronic Medical Records in the U.S.

Posted by Ashay Thakur on June 11, 2010

Deerwalk’s Ishwar Khatiwada, Ram Pant and Himal Karmacharya provide thoughtful insights into an analysis of trends, health care incentives, and guidelines to successful adoption of EMRs in the U.S. Click Here to download the white paper.

Banking for the Unbanked

Posted by Ashay Thakur on April 01, 2010

Only one out of five consumers in Nepal has access to banking channels. In partnership with Kumari Bank, one of the leading banks in Nepal, Deerwalk is launching Mobile Banking solutions targeted at both the banked population and the unbanked mass in the country. The millennium development goals earmark the BOP population (people earning below $2 a day) as the area to work on. This populace does not have access to financial resources, and is vastly ignored by the formal banking sector. And,[...]

Open and Close Case

Posted by Ashay Thakur on January 14, 2010

Open has been synonymous to innovation, value, and freedom of choice for some years now. More importantly, it is being seen as a profitable and competitive working environment for businesses. A lot more companies claim openness now, more so because it is good for brand. What is Open though? Open technology includes open source, that the code is released and supported and that accepted standards are adhered to.

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