HIMSS Media, in partnership with Hyland, recently conducted a joint survey among U.S. hospitals and health systems to better understand the state of connected care and interoperability in healthcare. In this webinar, Sandra Lillie, Director of Healthcare Sales at Hyland and Janet King, Senior Director of Market Insights for HIMSS Media, will share prescriptive insights from this research to help healthcare providers keep pace with evolving consumer expectations and advance more integrated care delivery models.
To provide hospitals and health systems with new insight into the state of medication management, BD has partnered with HIMSS to introduce the Medication Management Technology Index. The Index provides a benchmark for healthcare providers to assess their medication management progress against industry and market norms while trending changes over time. Please join Janet King, Senior Director of Market Insights at HIMSS Media and Claudia Russell, VP of Customer Effectiveness at BD as they draw on results from the first wave of this research to learn more.
Going live on a new Electronic Health Record (EHR) is one of the most critical aspects of the overall implementation project. It HAS to be successful. The costs and morale issues associated with a go-live gone bad are significant. That is why it is important to be armed with best practices to help ensure your success. Selecting the right vendor partner to help you plan and execute the go-live is another critical factor. Knowing potential pitfalls and working with a vendor that has proven methodology and experience can help your organization mitigate the stress and disruptions that can occur during go-live.
Patient trust and transparency are key to pushing the boundaries of what can be accomplished in healthcare, says Elena Bonfiglioli, Microsoft's Managing Director of Health and Life Sciences for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Successful healthcare transformation depends on merging compliance with convenience in tools used by clinicians, says Elena Bonfiglioli, Microsoft's Managing Director of Health and Life Sciences for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Provider productivity is the lynchpin of the healthcare system. This executive summary offers thought leadership on how and why manual clinical abstraction can help organizations better protect and maintain that productivity during an EHR migration.
A recent HIMSS Media survey of U.S. hospitals highlighted the challenges providers encounter when working towards interoperability. Depending on whom you speak to within a hospital system, responses varied when asked, “How close are providers to achieving interoperability?”
Clinical engagement is key to effective adoption, with key digital transformation trends including data lakes and artificial intelligence, says Chris Brice, Hyland account manager for Europe and Middle East.
HIPAA is inextricably linked to patient privacy, but building a trusted, long-term patient relationship goes beyond HIPAA compliance and requires a deeper commitment to keep patient PHI safe and private.
A recent HIMSS Media survey of IT decision-makers at U.S. hospitals revealed that hospitals continue to adopt the cloud at a rapid pace and that concerns around cost, data management and the desire for modern IT infrastructure are driving adoption. Download this survey report to learn more about the findings of this survey.