Document management systems enable health care providers to append paper documents to electronic systems by scanning and indexing them. Document management systems are in wide use in the industry, and this section is devoted to their effective utilization.
Enterprise content management is liberating unstructured data for some providers.
Not all decisions pay off for health information management leaders, but many bring lasting benefits.
Infection surveillance systems, lab outreach services and patient acuity applications are poised for growth in the U.S. hospital IT market, according to new research from HIMSS Analytics.
The Behavioral Health Information Network of Arizona, touted as the first statewide behavioral health information exchange in the nation, has gone live with its first two customers--Jewish Family and Childrens Services and Quality Care Network, both in Phoenix.
The number of available health information management jobs in the nation will increase by 41,100 between 2012 and 2022, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A review of Medicare home health services by the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General has found that 32 percent of claims did not document the required face-to-face encounters, resulting in $2 billion in payments that should not have been made. In addition, OIG concludes that oversight of the face-to-face requirement by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is minimal.
Do you know where you stand on the ECM adoption scale? Based on over 3,000 customer implementations across 50 countries, this model shows organizations where they fall on the content management spectrum.
While significant investments have been made in healthcare IT over the past decade, challenges still exist with ensuring all relevant content, originating across these disparate IT systems, is captured, connected to care workflows, and accessible at the point of need.
Download this whitepaper to gain insight into how health organizations can move from a scattered approach to digitization of clinical and diagnostic content to a true, cost-effective, enterprise-wide approach.
The first quarter of 2014 brought in an unprecedented level of venture capital for digital health ventures, according to start-up service company Rock Health.
Lynne Thomas Gordon's father urged his daughters to go into healthcare so they'd never have to worry about unemployment.
Recognizing that issues with workflow integration have contributed to slow rates of electronic health records adoption in healthcare settings such as ambulatory outpatient care, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has issued a report on integrating EHR into clinical workflow with recommendations for developers and outpatient care centers.
Robert Tagalicod, Director of the Office of eHealth Standards and Services at CMS, on the ICD-10 deadline, eHealth milestones, and how CMS works with hospital CIOs,
The American Health Information Management Association has issued a position statement warning industry stakeholders about the risky practice of copy and pasting within an electronic health record.
Rasu Shrestha, VP of Medical IT Director, Interoperability & Imaging Informatics at UPMC, talks about the importance of data liquidity, interoperability and the role each plays in improving patient care.
There has been a lot of change for patient documentation software vendor Shareable Ink during the past year.