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In this presentation, Winona Health’s ITWorks Client Leader Polly Peterson shares her organization’s efforts to implement and improve electronic clinical documentation, a critical step in more »

“Patient engagement” can mean very different things to different physicians. Healthcare providers obviously engage with patients during routine exams. Yet our current healthcare climate calls more »

The complex notion of interoperability is challenging healthcare organizations across the U.S. as they strive to comply with government mandates and improve patient care. In more »

Our world has been radically transformed by digital technology – smart phones, tablets, and web-enabled devices have altered our daily lives and the way we more »

Somerset Orthopedic Associates (SOA) has always been on the cutting edge of medicine. In fact, SOA opened the first orthopedic-specific ambulatory surgical center (ASC) in the state of more »

As reimbursement structures change, healthcare consumers have to assume greater financial responsibility for their care, and that’s leading to sticker shock. So how do ASC business offices manage financial success more »

Simplifying administration, lowering costs, and increasing customer satisfaction are key objectives for U.S. healthcare payers and providers alike as they increasingly embrace the Accountable Care more »

It is harder than ever to run a successful independent medical practice. As value-based reimbursement becomes more common alongside the fee-for-service model, physicians will be on the more »

As health care costs continue to rise, patients are being required to pay more and more of those costs out of their own pockets in the more »

There is a set of capabilities that you can develop that will not only help position your practice to respond to any of the payment reform models more »

Health care providers are working harder than ever before — and spending less time with each patient — to see even a small increase in their income. more »

It is clear is that the role of the CFO is under evolution. The good news: the role is more valued than ever. The bad news: the job more »

The new health care reality demands that providers deliver quality care while controlling costs. Use these 6 steps to bring success to your organization in more »

There is a burgeoning need to collaborate quickly and efficiently within the healthcare industry. Yet unlike in many industries, healthcare data shared among and between more »

In recent years, there has been a great deal of discussion about how to engage patients in their care. Patient engagement has always been considered a good more »

At varying paces nationally, payment models are shifting from fee-for-service to fee-for-value, including new models in which leading provider organizations take on the financial risk of providing health more »

The purpose of this guide is to shine a light on the current hospital revenue cycle management trends that have made an impact already and those that more »

Rhode Island Blood Center had no asset tracking on their latptops and began to worry about what would happen if a laptop, and the confidnetial more »

IT leaders today are reinventing their infrastructure to support a mobile workforce and a complex array of connected devices. Against this backdrop of mobility and more »

On September 23, 2013, new rules were implemented to ensure that healthcare organizations, as well as their business associates and subcontractors, are compliant with HIPAA more »

This infographic outlines how secure messaging is used within a healthcare organization as well as layout the benefits. Download the Infographic

HIPAA regulations have undergone major changes in the last few years, giving both the federal and state Governments new powers and enhanced resources to pursue more »

The question is not whether healthcare consumers will ultimately get the right to learn of disclosures of their data, but when. Senior IT leaders and more »

Amid a rising tide of compliance pressures, employee mobility, and high black-market values for personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI), security and more »

To ensure that patients receive high-quality and safe care, actionable information needs to be available at the right time at the point of care. Reaching more »

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