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TransforMED Celebrates Membership Milestone for Delta-Exchange Learning Community with New Social Analytics, Topical Health Care Information Technology Zone
Date:9/26/2013

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 26, 2013

Delta-Exchange, an award-winning online learning community for primary care practice transformation powered by TransforMED, a subsidiary of the American Academy of Family Physicians, is rolling out a social analytics and member engagement tool as well as a Health Information Technology Zone as its membership nears 10,000.

Launched in 2009, Delta-Exchange gives primary care physicians and their staff the opportunity to communicate, collaborate and learn from other practices as they seek to overcome the challenges of implementing new technologies and workflows that are key to patient-centered medical home and medical neighborhood transformation. Delta-Exchange addresses these needs in an online, social networking platform.

At the 2013 AAFP Scientific Assembly, held Sept. 24-28 in San Diego, TransforMED will roll out a new social analytics and member engagement tool, and an HIT Zone devoted to the specific topic of HIT and electronic health records. Both enhancements were created based on member feedback and surveys to add value to the rapidly growing private community.

New Delta-Exchange social analytics will help hospital systems, payers and practices track overall member engagement, trending content, key change drivers and more. Preconfigured dashboards will display weekly data and offer reporting at community, space, group and individual levels. Delta-Exchange social analytics will be powered by Washington-based MicroStrategy, a leading global provider of business intelligence, mobile intelligence and social intelligence applications that was recognized as a “leader” in the 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for BI and Analytics Platforms.

“Four years ago, we launched Delta-Exchange with 18 members, and to see it close in on 10,000 members is simply exciting,” said Nathan Bieck, marketing and communications director at TransforMED. “In our workings with health sy
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