As the potential of edge computing becomes more widely recognized, healthcare organizations will be expected to take advantage of it, ready or not.
Needing to move to a new Electronic Health Records system puts providers in both an exciting and a precarious position. If not effectively managed from the beginning of the migration process, the inherent risks will prevent them from maximizing the benefits of that new system. This executive summary highlights key steps healthcare organizations should take to preserve historical clinical data during such a move.
A large central Florida hospital system faced significant gaps in their data. They had scheduled an electronic migration of more than 20 different provider groups, with multiple specialties, working on five different EHR systems. This practical case study shows how they dealt with the inherent gaps that threatened not only the new system's data integrity, but also patient safety.
A proliferation of siloed cloud-based services and tools will erode the economic and innovation benefits originally intended.
Every healthcare organization wants to take the best care of their patients, increase compliance, and improve their bottom line. An EHR that can address these key goals is critical to a hospital’s success.
What matters most when building and sustaining a healthcare organization? What are the precise levers to pull to promote physician wellbeing, financial success, and better outcomes at lower cost? To answer these questions, an ongoing research project recently surveyed nearly 1,400 practicing physicians. The results draw a map for healthcare leadership of where to invest in teams and technology.
As the most recent phase of onling research into what makes sustainable healthcare organizations, this solutions brief drills down into why "capability" is so important. And for the first time, it identifies the exact levers healthcare leaders should pull to build successful, productive organizations delivering effective care.
As healthcare moves from fee for service to fee for value, health systems need to help their physicians maintain relationships with a broad range of patients. This means getting patients through the door and helping providers work efficiently. Learn the best practices that will optimize your patient flow.
With a legacy protection platform proving unreliable and lacking key functionality, an Iowa community hospital sought an efficient solution with heightened data integrity and far less maintenance. This paper examines how they were able to not only eliminate separate data silos and instill confidence through reliable protection performance, but also rollout compelling new health services in the process.
Given the rise of ransomware attacks, a solid data protection plan that combines backup as a service (BaaS) and disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is an imperative. This paper examines healthcare organizations' growing need for such critical data protection services.