July 17th, 2013
Dr. Dan Mingle of Mingle Health and Beth Schindele of Quality Insights of Delaware made a presentation at the June RECognition Health IT 2.0 Expo to announce their successful collaboration to submit quality data for Delaware eligible professionals.
Dr. Mingle also offered a break-out session on the ABCs of PQRS. Read about their collaboration here send an email to email@example.com.
The conference was a joint project with the HIMSS Delaware Valley Chapter in Dover, DE. The event was attended by 100+ physicians, PAs, NPs, practice IT staff and EHR super-useres from practices across the state of Delaware.
Dr. Mingle’s career as a board-certified family-practice physician has ranged from practicing in rural Maine to participating nationally to promote the use of electronic medical record. Throughout his career, Dr. Mingle has been part of both local and national efforts to address healthcare quality and adoption of information technology.
Dr. Mingle was the founder, owner, and lead physician of Western Maine Family Practice in Norway, Maine where he practiced for 14 years. He was an early adopter of electronic practice management systems and a pioneer, integrating behavioral health into a primary care practice.
Dr. Mingle spent five years on the faculty and as Assistant Medical Director of the Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency Program and held a faculty appointment in the Department of Community and Family Medicine of the Dartmouth Medical School. He received an MS degree from Dartmouth’s Center for Evaluative Clinical Sciences in 2003, a program emphasizing healthcare improvement, change management, and quality measurement.
Dr. Mingle is founder, owner, and Chief Executive Officer of Mingle Health, LLC. Through Mingle Health, Dr. Mingle helps ambulatory practices transform their approach to healthcare to become patient-centered and use data-driven decision-making, while improving productivity, reducing cost and increasing revenue. He has been reporting PQRS since 2008.
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