When: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 Time: 2:00 pm ET With elective surgeries comprising 60% of hospital revenues, hospitals and ASCs must proceed slowly with the…Read More
In this Answers Media Network webinar event, MobileSmith Health’s Bruce Kennedy and South Shore Health System’s Luke Poppish will examine how mobile apps can help hospitals and ASCs ramp up Elective Procedures. Register for this webinar today!
By Luke Smith – As the world continues to evolve, so does the technology that makes our lives easier and more efficient. This is certainly the case in the medical field as companies continue to make new apps that not only help us stay on top of our health but also help us better communicate with medical professionals when we need them the most.
By Bruce Kennedy – Elective surgeries comprise 60% of hospital revenues, so that’s why hospitals and ASCs are looking to restart elective services—stat. A rebound in COVID-19 cases as cities, regions and states open back up remains a possibility, which is why hospitals and ASCs should proceed slowly.
By Sita Kapoor – In my last blog, I talked about the communication gaps between primary care providers and specialists when it comes to referrals, the need for healthcare IT vendors to close this referral loop, and HealthEC’s success in already doing so.
By Matt Fisher – A scenario growing in frequency for physician practices and other healthcare organizations is the desire for patients to communicate with clinicians using the same tools as in everyday life.
By Monica Bolbjerg MD – Most health IT solutions today focus on improving the workflows and efficiency of healthcare providers. But what about the pivotal role that patients play in achieving improved health outcomes? What happens in the patient journey during the long stretches between onsite visits?
By Ken Reiher – It’s funny how the definition of the old-fashioned way changes over time. With innovation and advances in technology, we get faster, easier and more accurate. Who knew that one day, we’d be calling flip phones or desktop computers old-fashioned?
Who doesn’t like a good list? Whether you are on it, know someone on it, or aspire to be on it, you always want to read the list. From the latest health mobile app technology to the top healthIT stories from last month, here are some interesting lists I think deserve sharing.