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You can’t create a plan to improve alarm management unless you know where you are starting. It’s not as easy as you may think. Taking the first steps are the tricky part. Creating a plan is the...
Jackson County Memorial Hospital services patients across five counties. Many times patients visit multiple clinics over multiple encounters -- and finding the complete patient chart was always a...
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Providers face growing demands related to population health: Balancing cost and quality, complying with new government regulations and initiatives, managing new payment models, and taking on risk. In...
Healthcare is rapidly transitioning from a volume to value based system. The future success of healthcare organizations will depend upon their ability to drive quality outcomes and manage patient...
This presentation will highlight how a healthcare organization can successfully leverage mobile technologies for patient-provider interactions throughout the care continuum such as pre-registration,...
This webinar will discuss how to answer the complex challenges that the evolution of CMS’ EHR Incentive Program (Meaningful Use or MU) introduces into the healthcare environment. Liz Johnson will...
As we continue to move into 2014, Business Intelligence (BI) tools are piquing the interest of healthcare organizations and healthcare leaders alike. Why? Population health management (PHM) is...
The delay in ICD-10 conversion gives both providers and health plans a chance to regroup, test and be fully prepared. Smart organizations will use the extra time and take advantage of ICD-10 code...
Topic: ICD-10
Within healthcare, the data center is being transformed by flash storage. Flash powers back-office applications, databases and virtual desktops.Determining which solution is best can be confusing....
Learn how to plan, implement and manage a secure, agile cloud in healthcare during this webinar with Bill Wohnoutka, Level 3 VP Solutions Architects. Bill will share the insights that we’ve...