By Peyman Zand – Few imagined “2020” would end up being used as more of a verb than a noun. From construction to agriculture, entertainment to telecommunications, and education to transportation, 2020 left no industry untouched by its transcendent impact. The Tate Chronicles episode with Peyman Zand now on-demand.Read More
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of 2020 that we think deserve sharing again.
Now on demand, listen to The Tate Chronicles and Jim’s interview with Dr. Andrew Mellin, VP and Chief Medical Information Officer for Surescripts. Learn about their innovations to support the rapidly changing and evolving ways of patient treatment.
By Pavani Munjuluri – When it comes to intelligent process automation (IPA) in healthcare, multiple stakeholders drive technology adoption. Payers, providers and patients all bring their own unique interests and perspectives on how healthcare should operate and in what areas IPA should be used.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of September that we think deserve sharing again.
By Jim Tate – Whether you are a solo practice or a large hospital system, the requirement to protect electronic health information is mandated. HIPAA regulations tell us that “all e-PHI created, received, maintained or transmitted by an organization is subject to the Security Rule”.
By Jim Tate – The foundation of sustainable telehealth must provide for the protection of Personal Health Information. One of the primary issues that should be addressed is the need for Business Associate Agreements.
By Jim Tate – COVID-19 disrupted the normal process of healthcare delivery in the US. At the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020 many elective procedures and surgeries were postponed. Patients did not want to go to their provider’s office, and providers did not want them to come in.
By Jim Tate – Due to the Covid-19 pandemic a widespread adoption of telehealth technologies took place in matter of weeks. Only now, during the transition to what is being called “Sustainable Telehealth”, are some fundamental questions being asked.