To effectively impact patient care, healthcare organizations have to know where patients are and how to reach them. The incentive for health plans, providers and pharmacies to do so is not only for the sake of improving outcomes but quality ratings and the bottom line as well.
The rise in digital health initiatives with telehealth and telemedicine presents more vulnerabilities to patient data than ever before. As a result, health systems are not only enduring a record number of data breaches, but also suffering millions of dollars in fines, settlements and operational losses. Given the urgent responsibility of...
By LexisNexis 02:00 pm June 20, 2018
Continuity of care is one of healthcare’s greatest challenges, and patient transitions from one care setting to another are often fraught with pitfalls due to non-compliance and poor communication after discharge. What happens to a patient when they leave the ED or get discharged after surgery? The answer could be as simple as accurate data.
By LexisNexis 02:00 pm September 07, 2017
The use of social and economic factors can be leveraged for insights into social determinants of health and the combination of “influencers” of health.
Better provider information facilitates more secure, seamless patient transitions. See how one academic healthcare system improved data accuracy and efficiency, upped physician and patient satisfaction, and realized significant time and cost savings.
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