Ontario Systems: Maximizing Revenue While Improving Productivity
Shawn Yates, director, healthcare product management for Ontario Systems, discusses the value in leveraging technology to boost revenue recovery.
Five Lessons Health Systems Can Learn From Intuit
Increasing patient access to healthcare data can bolster population health management efforts for consumers.
A Data-Driven Approach to Improving Clinical Care and Reducing Costs
The experiences of two health systems provide insight into how healthcare providers can use advanced data analytics to sustainably improve patient outcomes and reduce costs.
The New Knowledge Matchmaker
The latest AI applications in health care offer clinical options by pairing the most relevant evidence to individual patients based on their clinical and life context.
Virtual Visits Come of Age
More organizations are launching virtual visits for outpatient care as a means of lowering the cost of delivering care, improving patient outcomes, and boosting physician satisfaction with their jobs.
Medical Records are Prime Hunting Grounds for Hackers
Medical records contain data that hackers crave, so be sure to protect your systems from attack by evaluating EHR and mobile app security, among other steps.
Predictive Analytics: A Prescription for a Better Patient Experience
As the patient experience becomes a bigger part of the healthcare picture, providers may find predictive analytics useful in assisting patients making healthcare decisions.
Linking Professional Fee and Facility Fee Data to Get the Big Picture
Matching patient and encounter data helped one Vermont hospital overcome the challenges of working with two different billing systems for its facility and physicians.
Improving Outcomes Using Social Determinants of Health
Rick Ingraham describes how patients’ social factors can help healthcare providers improve the quality of care.
What Finance Leaders Should Know About Cybersecurity Risks
IT security breaches can be costly: The average cost of a breached medical record is $158. Fortunately, finance leaders can help IT security teams protect against these unforeseen costs.