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We believe in information security

Posted by Jim Mortensen on May 26, 2017

It seems like not a day goes by without hearing about another cyberbreach or release of protected information. From hospitals to retailers to banks to government agencies, there seem to be so many threats to our private information. While R3 isn’t subject to HIPAA from a regulatory perspective, we believe that the trust placed in […]

We Believe in the Value of Independent Reviews

Posted by William D. Hittler on April 28, 2017

The value of an insurance carrier obtaining an independent review of an insured’s medical records is two-fold. As discussed below, such reviews support the carrier’s obligation to decide claims fully and fairly without a minimum of bias. There is also measurable value in the carrier relying upon the professional judgment of board-certified independent reviewers. Under […]

We believe in the next generation of telemedicine

Posted by George L. Vergolias on March 31, 2017

The first use of an early-stage technology is typically to do something you’re already doing faster and more efficiently. One of the simplest examples is the internet, and one of its earliest uses – email. Email is simply faster, more efficient mail. Future adoptions of a technology tend to do new things. Going back to […]

We believe in active networks

Posted by Les Kertay on February 24, 2017

One thing that differentiates R3 Continuum is the breadth of our services – the continuum of our name. It also provides us a unique perspective into optimizing networks, as each service that requires a network has different needs. Some of the needs and providers cross over, but they are, essentially, networks customized specifically to each […]

We believe in custom approaches

Posted by George L. Vergolias on January 27, 2017

We recently launched a new product, the Fitness for Duty with Violence Screen (FFD-VS), that provides a highly-specific approach to assessing whether a person can safely do their job, and if they have a propensity towards violence. We believe there’s a value to this type of customized, highly-specific approach. It’s similar to the “build or […]