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An important consideration when automating population health management is how best to acquire the capabilities.
Cloud technology can help hospitals find innovative ways to capture, manage, store, and share information with potential cost savings.
Although payment structures often don't reflect the value of life-saving technologies such as stroke telemedicine, HFMA Chair Debi Kuchka-Craig tells why these technologies can be a wise investment now.
Successful population health management depends on substantial clinical data integration across the care enterprise and automated tools for engaging patients in their own care.
A sample online health risk assessment illustrates the types of questions providers can ask to identify patient needs and ascertain how they should be classified in terms of risk.
Care managers can use registry-based reports to quickly see where each patient's care gaps are and determine which patients need extra assistance.
Implementing an anesthesiology information system and redesigning work flow processes helped one hospital improve its operational efficiencies and the bottom line.
We should all be prepared to step up and cross the new frontier of online physician-patient communication.
A detailed IT strategy should be an important part of a healthcare organization's strategic plan.
A study of health information exchanges that have been deployed across the United States quantifies the potential value that can be gained from HIEs and the obstacles providers could face.
Cloud computing delivers an infrastructure foundation with the flexibility and scalability to meet the future demands of the United States' increasingly complex healthcare IT agenda.
As electronic health records proliferate across the nation, an important new opportunity awaits healthcare organizations that can find meaningful commercial uses for the data contained in their EHR systems.
New technology systems help hospitals cut costs as they prepare for rapid growth in radiology imaging.
Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix is decreasing noise and increasing patient satisfaction scores by using interactive patient care technology.
Improving clinical quality and collaborating with hospital and community providers have helped four hospitals keep their readmission rates low.
Scripps Health's laboratory consolidation and automation is expected to improve productivity, significantly reduce cost per test, and speed up turnaround times.
Winchester Medical Center found a new use for its in-room interactive patient education system: assessing and documenting patient pain levels.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center has almost doubled the percentage of invoices received electronically from suppliers and increased on-time payments.
Learn how mobile applications and technologies are improving quality of care, patient satisfaction, safety, and convenience-and reducing costs.
Learn what precautions hospitals should take to protect the security of mobile apps and devices in their organizat
Telecom and wireless expense management (TEM) and (WEM) offer healthcare providers effective means to meet the inherent challenges borne from today’s tremendous growth in wireless technologies.
Electronic patient registry and outreach system has generated 50,000 new appointments and nearly $4 million in additional revenue for Hattiesburg Clinic.
Will remote patient monitoring live up to its promise? Children's Mercy Hospital is conducting a study to find out.
As Congress struggles to reduce U.S. national debt levels approaching crisis proportions, it should not lose sight of the long-term implications of budget cuts—particularly regarding healthcare IT.
Amy Amick, president, revenue cycle management, and William Davis, vice president, revenue cycle advisory solutions, both with MedAssets, share insights on the industry and techniques to drive sustainable performance improvement.
Eric Ward, president and CEO, Parallon Revenue Cycle Services, discusses key trends in revenue cycle management and factors providers should consider when partnering to advance their revenue cycle performance.
Doug Festermaker, managing partner and executive vice president of health care, Warbird Consulting Partners, shares strategies to leverage outsourced CFO expertise to lead special projects or fill interim roles while recruiting is underway.
Dale Hockel, senior vice president of operations, and Jim Fanelli, CFO, TriMedx, share strategies for elevating clinical engineering through innovative management programs.
Rick Heise, senior vice president, revenue cycle, at Cerner Corporation, discusses the importance of integrating clinical and financial data to excel in health care's changing payment environment.
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