Population Health Management
Revenue Cycle / Finance
Population Health Management
Revenue Cycle / Finance
Nine Trends That Will Define Healthcare in 2022
If you have found it difficult to plan for 2022 – or found yourself mapping out multiple contingency plans for every project – you’re not alone.
Ten Medical and Scientific Breakthroughs of 2021 at Mount Sinai
This year the medical and research advancements from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Mount Sinai Health System ranged from COVID-19, to PTSD, to the first ever successful trachea transplant surgery.
How UC Davis Health Opened Its Digital Front Door
When my UC Davis Health colleagues and I set out to streamline provider access to genomic data reports, we hoped that the information would help clinicians provide better, more personalized care.
Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital to Delay Non-Urgent Procedures and Surgeries Due to High Volumes of Patients
Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital caregivers have been caring for extremely high numbers of patients for many months. This includes COVID and non-COVID patients, an influx of patients with respiratory illnesses, such as RSV, and trauma-related injuries.
5 Healthcare Trends Rounding Out 2021
As we approach the final months of 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic is still shaping healthcare around the world. Many organizations and communities continue to battle patient surges caused by the delta variant, while also managing vaccination efforts and trying to prepare for what’s next.
Redefining the Healthcare Experience with a Digital Front Door
Health systems today face evolving challenges; ranging from increasing costs, to lack of transparency, to poor and unconventional patient experiences. More than ever, now is the time to tackle these challenges by providing people with tools to empower ‘them’ to navigate health and care systems that are appropriate to their needs to receive the treatment and care that is streamlined, convenient and tailored to their needs.
How MEDITECH’s optimized EHR can prevent physician burnout
I hear it more and more from my colleagues: They’re feeling burnt out. Studies of physician satisfaction find that doctors are reducing the number of patients they see, and report feelings of emotional exhaustion, loss of enthusiasm, and depersonalization of patient care. The most recent study by the Physicians Foundation found that nearly half, 49 […]
How to recruit your next generation of health IT professionals
Looking out of my office window at Deborah Heart and Lung Center, you see nothing but a green, rural area, nestled in the middle of the Pine Barrens, which is not the typical scene your mind envisions when you think of New Jersey. Being in such a rural area, it can be a challenge to […]
HIT Leaders and News’ blog
January 5, 2016 Special announcement: Expanding our editorial footprint By Jason Free, Executive Editor We are happy to announce that we are expanding our editorial coverage beyond the United States, as well as healthcare IT. In the coming days, we will be launching our UK-sister site, HITLeadersandNews.co.uk as as our new U.S.-based hospital supply chain […]
Calgary Scientific’s blog
November 29, 2016 Image sharing supports Triple Aim’s goal of lowered costs By Josh Nash This post is the last in a series that addresses how enterprise image access and viewing, using a mobile enterprise image viewer such as ResolutionMD, meets the three goals of healthcare reform’s Triple Aim: better care for individuals, better health for […]
December 21, 2016 Revenue cycle management in 2017 By Jeff Hurst, Senior Vice President, Revenue Cycle Management and President, RevWorks With the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care moving closer to reality in 2017, the new year promises to be one of the most important on record for provider organizations preparing for reimbursement changes and looking […]
Greenway Health’s blog
December 16, 2016 Turning users’ ideas into innovations By Angie Rhoads, Sr. Director, Product Management at Greenway Health Thomas Edison once described inventors as “specialists in high pressure stimulation of the public imagination.” This is why our Product Management team focuses on listening to the market. Greenway Users are the ones who know how our products […]
Comply Assistant’s Blog
October 14, 2016 Have you tested your breach incident response process? By Gerry Blass Adding a cybersecurity tactical simulation test to an overall information security risk assessment is a must in today’s world. It is a sure bet that attacks and breaches will continue to occur and so the need for functional assessments, mitigation, awareness […]
Electronic Health Record Association’s blog
September 14, 2016 EHRA reiterates key recommendations for program alignment and practicality in comments on HOPPS As we generally do with proposed regulations that impact EHR developers and their customers, the Electronic Health Record Association (EHRA) carefully reviewed and collectively commented on CMS’s proposed rule on the Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment Systems (HOPPS) and EHR Incentive […]
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