By Leslie Hoyt – In healthcare, whether you’re a technology vendor, provider, hospital executive or clinical staff member, the collective goal is to help patients get better by efficiently working together. The post Specialty Drug Life-Cycle and How Improved Technology Can Save Time and Patients’ Lives appeared first on HITECH Answers: HIPAA, MIPS, EHR, Cybersecurity […]
AHIMA’s 90th Convention and Exhibit is just around the corner and there is still time to register! Plan to join over 4,000 healthcare professionals and leaders at the most anticipated event in health information. The post Still Time to Register for the 2018 AHIMA Convention & Exhibition appeared first on Health Data Answers.
By Sarah Michel – As nurses, we know that patient care is not one-size-fits-all. Every patient has unique needs when it comes to determining the best course of treatment. The post How Evidence-Based Clinical Documentation Gives Time Back to Nurses appeared first on HITECH Answers: HIPAA, MIPS, EHR, Cybersecurity News.
By Art Gross – Human-error; we talk about it all the time, but what exactly do we mean? Human-error occurs when an individual performs a task or does something with an unintended outcome. The post Security Awareness Training – Time to Jump on the Bandwagon appeared first on HITECH Answers: HIPAA, MIPS, EHR, Cybersecurity News.
By Cathy Turner – It’s Nurses Week! Let’s talk nurses. It goes without saying that nurses are busy. Caring for patients and keeping up with documentation takes up the majority of their time and resources. The post How EHRs Give Time Back to Nurses appeared first on HITECH Answers: Meaningful Use, EHR, HIPAA News.
New Study: Patients Could Save Time and Money If Neighborhood Pharmacies Can Administer More Vaccines
Patients could save time and money if federal law is reformed to allow pharmacists to administer all CDC recommended vaccines, a new study released by the Pacific Research Institute found. The post New Study: Patients Could Save Time and Money If Neighborhood Pharmacies Can Administer More Vaccines appeared first on HealthcareNOWradio.com.
By Jamie Clifton – It’s hard to imagine what patient data will look like in ten years, seven years or even five years from now. We know there will be a lot more of it and its value in the delivery of care will only continue to grow. The post PACS Renewal: Time For The […]
By William Hersh MD – Another couple of studies have been published documenting the amount of time physicians spend with computers in primary care and ophthalmology clinics. The post The Still-Incomplete Answering of Questions About Physician Time With Computers appeared first on HITECH Answers: Meaningful Use, EHR, HIPAA News.
By Michelle Barry – Availity recently commissioned an independent research company to survey providers—physicians and non-medical staff, in practices and facilities—about their credentialing process. No one should be surprised that providers are not happy with how it’s conducted. The post It’s Time to Fix the Credentialing Process appeared first on RCM Answers.
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