By Angela Rose – Recently, at the AHIMA Health Data and Information Conference in Chicago, I had the pleasure of presenting with my colleague Sherine Koshy, MHA, RHIA, CCS, Corporate Director of HIM at Penn Medicine, about her experience outsourcing Penn Medicine’s ROI function.Read More
By Joel Barthelemy – Sooner or later, ROI comes up in every telemedicine conversation. Some providers have begun to realize that virtual health can drive revenue and reimbursement.
By Angela Rose – MRO has released the results of a nationwide survey, “Release of Information: Can You Afford to Ignore Industry Changes?” The survey was conducted by Porter Research, a market intelligence and research group focused on healthcare IT.
By Juan Pablo Segura – The results are in. A 2019 PEGA survey asked 2,000 U.S. consumers how they felt about recent trends in healthcare, and the response was overwhelming — they want a personal touch, and they want it digital.
By Catherine Murphy – Measuring return on investment – whether that comes from realized cost savings, direct revenue or long-term revenue – is important when building a business case for virtual care.
By William Hyman – The usual meaning of Return on Investment (ROI) in purely financial transactions is how much money do you get back for the amount of money you put in. It is usually desirable for the amount returned to exceed the amount invested, thus achieving a positive ROI.
By David Harlow – A survey of C-level healthcare execs conducted by OptumIQ finds that the overwhelming majority of those surveyed believe that there will be a positive ROI on artificial intelligence investments in healthcare.
By Rita Bowen – AHIMA’s 2018 PCIG Institute took place September 22-23. True to its aim to enhance knowledge regarding current trends and issues, the event focused on protecting patient information across all healthcare settings and business operations…
By Bennett Lauber – Analogies have been a major part of how we explain usability, user experience and/or design thinking to audiences and clients (and potential clients). Many of these analogies involve automotive technology (see e.g. Crash-test dummies and the Usability of EHRs).