Bridging the Gap Between QI & D&I Science

Resources for Payers, Providers, Community Health Professionals, and Researchers On December 4 – 6, Telligen will convene with more than 1,200 individuals in the nation’s capital for Academy Health’s 12th Annual Conference on Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) in Health. Through … Continued

Telligen Wins New Medicare Support Contract

Under DVAC, Telligen will continue supporting Medicare contractors and networks executing large-scale improvement work The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced that Telligen, in collaboration with The Bizzell Group, will continue providing analytic and administrative support to … Continued

What Medicare Claims Reveal About Adverse Drug Events

Resources for Payers, Patients, Caregivers, Providers, Pharmacists, and Researchers Recognized as a largely preventable source of harm to patients, Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) are a public health issue that require ongoing surveillance. Seniors are especially vulnerable with more than 40 … Continued

America’s Other Drug Crisis: Adverse Drug Events

Telligen Study Uses Medicare Claims to Understand Medication Use Patterns Among Seniors at High-Risk for Adverse Drug Events While the opioid epidemic receives national attention, another less publicized drug crisis has been developing for decades — more senior citizens arriving … Continued

Health IT Summit 2019

As one of this year’s gold sponsors, Telligen will be on-hand at AFCEA’s 11th Annual Health IT Summit. The summit brings together more than 1,000 senior executives and IT professionals from across industry and government to explore strategies for leveraging … Continued

Let’s Talk Quality at CMS’ 2019 Quality Conference

On January 29 to 31, Telligen will join more than 3K healthcare quality improvement thought leaders at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ 2019 Quality Conference. This years’ conference will explore how patients, advocates, providers, researchers, and the many … Continued


So much of what drives expensive, chronic health conditions are often called social determinants of health… For millions of Americans, our lives outside the doctor’s office can have major impacts on health outcomes. — Alex Azar, Remarks to America’s Essential … Continued