Women In Health IT
The Boston health system’s Digital Innovation Hub has spearheaded a new way to get all staff to contribute ideas. Many of those ideas are already in play and proving successful.
The HIMSSCast team sat down with HIMSS Chief Americas Officer Denise Hines for a post-week analysis.
Nearly 90% of Portland Community Health Center’s telehealth patients say they’re satisfied with the provider’s virtual care, an overwhelming vote of confidence during a perilous time.
The financial IT used by University Physicians’ Association increased patient payments by 43%, and the payment lag for self-pay patients is down 20 days. “That’s huge,” a UPA exec says.
Clinicians, vendors and telehealth advocates stress the importance of virtual services in expanding access to care – and noted the ways it still needs to improve.
With an appointment-reminders solution alone managing 100,000 reminders per month, the health system reduced its no-show rate from 7% to 5%, leading to the savings.
Oliver Wyman exec says men and women view leadership differently, propelling the gender gap in healthcare
Oliver Wyman's chair of diversity and inclusion talks about why gender parity is still struggling despite companies' best intentions.
The latest results from the HIMSS Women in Health IT (WHIT) EMEA Annual Survey found that lower salary, exclusion from decision making, increased workload and fewer public speaking opportunities are the major forms of discrimination for respondents.
Since launching the new systems, the health system has increased organic traffic to its website by nearly 30% and increased provider data accuracy by the same percentage.
CEO Michelle Davey discusses the company's relationship with investors and advice to new startups.