Secure texting is a great initial step for hospitals to explore secure, HIPAA-compliant communications. But in order to improve workflows and care coordination to deliver care precisely when and where it’s needed, hospitals need a comprehensive solution that simplifies workflows and goes far beyond texts. Staff need information from dozens of systems to deliver excellent, timely patient care. Read the eBrief now >>
Healthcare has entered an era that is vigorously testing leadership, resources and technology on multiple fronts. While conducting daily business, providers, payers, third parties and hybrid organizations also need to efficiently transition planning, finances and operations from fee-based to value-based care and reimbursement. Read this ebook to help identify the challenges and solutions available to address the new requirements of patient-centric, value-based healthcare and reimbursement.
In today’s digital world, companies must make the most of the critical data that drives their business. That means being able to extract data quickly from where it resides, automate secure data delivery to the people who need it, and safeguard data for future reference. Being able to effectively manage mission-critical data is a key competitive advantage; one that can increase business performance and profitability. OpenText™ RightFax can help you improve employee productivity and process management while reducing operational costs. OpenText is your trusted partner, providing the scalability, visibility, security and compliance needed to meet your unique faxing requirements.Download the ebook and learn about the many ways to optimize your faxing environment.
Interoperability is clearly becoming a necessary component of healthcare reform and value-based delivery. In order to perform and meet the demands of new business models, providers need to leverage care settings across the network to ensure that patients receive appropriate care in the most cost-effective and efficient setting. Download this white paper to learn how healthcare providers have much to gain by extending interoperability across their networks and into the community.
The healthcare industry is transforming at a velocity that is catching many organizations unprepared. The industry is in the midst of a generational change in how it is structured. No longer sufficient are the current models focused on episodic and acute care. Around the world, the future of health is taking shape: how care is financed, where and how care is delivered and the role of the individual are all changing.
At a recent online event hosted by Ambra Health, Dr. Jonathan Breslau, Chief, Sutter Imaging, at Sutter Health Group, Dr. Ricardo Cury, Chairman and CEO Radiology Associates of South Florida and Morris Panner CEO, Ambra Health discussed the latest innovations in image management. Dr. Jonathan Breslau is the Chief of Sutter Imaging serving the Sutter Health Sacramento Valley operating unit. Sutter Imaging performs imaging examinations, diagnostic procedures and interventional treatment across 47 outpatient centers and hospitals. Dr. Ricardo Cury, a non-invasive cardiovascular radiologist, is Chairman of Radiology at Radiology Associates of South Florida, a large multi-specialty group. He is also affiliated with Baptist Health of South Florida, a large healthcare system with 6 hospitals and several patient centers, with over 50 outpatient centers and 20+ urgent-care centers. As CEO of Ambra Health, Morris Panner works closely with some of the world’s largest hospitals and health systems, private practices, imaging centers, and health information exchanges, helping them build next-generation diagnostic imaging for higher quality, more cost-effective health care.
Denials in healthcare continues to be a challenge. Denials eat up revenue, and according to some projections, denial rates trend as high as 20%. Download this eBook and learn new strategies to slash your denial rate and uncover new ideas.
Download this infographic for data on preventable denials, the average time it takes to work denials (as well as the most time-consuming aspects of denial management), and more detail on the reality of denials and why there continues to be a need for world-class denial management software!
The landscape of mobility strategies and mobile device usage in hospitals is maturing – but there is still a long way to go.Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux. Now in its fifth year, Spok’s annual Mobility in Healthcare Survey is starting to reveal some longer-term trends in addition to annual snapshots. In July 2016, more than 550 healthcare professionals participated in our survey to reveal the current state of mobility strategies in healthcare. Get the results and analysis now.