This infographic addresses the key components of the Healthcare IT environment, the six critical risks for Healthcare IT today, and the tools that are available to ensure that the Healthcare IT foundation remains stable.
This informative case study details how a regional hospital used customizable, evidence-based plans of care to consistently eliminate blood stream infections, which could otherwise result in prolonged hospitals stays, increased costs and even death.
This case study shows how one hospital was able to overcome negative perceptions and improve adoption by introducing evidence-based plans of care. A cross-departmental team developed a holistic approach using electronic collaboration tools.
This focused infographic shows how organizations using evidence-based plans of care have already experienced positive clinical results, sharing significant statistics throughout the patient experience.
Patients without a coded diagnosis, cost health care providers significantly, according to a new study. Discover the results of that study, and solutions to improve patient care and financial viability.
Today’s healthcare organizations need to have a 360-degree view of the patient and use that data to drive value. They need systems that go beyond EMR information and provide patient trends and behaviors that can improve the patient experience.
Learn how Medical Center Health System identified patients at high risk for readmission, and how by tracking these patients' experiences, they were able to analyze the effect of transitional care on readmission rates as well as patient satisfaction and overall costs.
Marketing is evolving as healthcare marketers strive to implement highly targeted communications for personalized patient care. The need to improve quality, provide a better patient experience, and reduce costs is compelling healthcare organizations to reinvent their patient engagement programs. Reaching today's tech-savvy patients and physicians...
Learn to drive supply compliance and promote new savings through the first product based procurement suite with your own perpetually cleansed item data to help find compliant items with the ease of online shopping.
Medicare began paying primary care physicians via CPT code 99490 for non-face-to-face care management. This is based on a recent nationwide survey to ascertain CCM program awareness, current and expected future participation& adoption strategies.