By Cindy Gaines MSN RN – Perioperative care, which spans the time frame before, during, and after surgical procedures, consists of many vital waypoints in a patient’s medical journey. It requires a coordinated joint effort by clinicians.Read More
By Jeff Robbins – Hospitals and healthcare professionals have been through an unparalleled test over the past few years. As the strain on resources and personnel continues to impact hospital efficiency and patient care, it is essential to address the challenges head-on and find innovative solutions for improved outcomes.
By Peyman Zand – A CereCore sponsored survey of executives and CHIME members, on their top concerns. Over 67% reported technical debt is a concern particularly around scope creep and costs, outdated IT infrastructure, problems maintaining systems or staying current with upgrades.
By Devin Partida – Most health care professionals have experienced the effects of burnout brought on by the pandemic. The long-term solution lies in lightening their workload. Healthcare technology can help with burnout and improve care, so it might be the best option.
By Katie Brenneman – The healthcare landscape encompasses a varied range of professionals, each playing an essential role in the quality of patient care and the success of a business. It’s important to recognize that the efficacy of staff is reliant on good communication and collaboration.
By Zach Norton – Telehealth’s ease of accessibility has contributed extensively to scaling its systems over the past few years. The pandemic fueled this further, creating a requirement for extending the real-time reach of healthcare to remote locations.
By Joy Avery – Virtual care swapped for in-person. Final goodbyes said over a choppy Zoom call. Sterility dialed to the max in nearly every healthcare interaction. In so many ways, and to the anguish of physicians and nurses on the frontlines, the COVID-19 pandemic drove so many of the gentle touches of humanity out of caregiving.
By Chris Tackaberry – Health systems are facing significant headwinds as they approach the start of a new year. Rising labor costs and acute clinical staff shortages are straining financial margins, while also threatening affordability and ease of access to care.
By Anne Dabrow Woods – In the not-too-distant past, patients primarily received care at a brick-and-mortar provider’s office for their primary healthcare needs, for sick or prevention visits or chronic condition management. But a number of economic and societal factors have caused a real revolution in where patients receive care.