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Information Systems, Data Management, Blood Bank
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Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Electrocardiography
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Hemodynamic
Information Systems, Data Management, Case Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Centralized Scheduling
Information Systems, Data Management, Clinical Pharmacy
Information Systems, Data Management, Clinical Pharmacy, Electronic Medication Administration Record
Information Systems, Data Management, Coding/Reimbursement
Information Systems, Data Management, Critical Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Emergency Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial, Claims/Denial Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial, Registration
Information Systems, Data Management, Health Record
Information Systems, Data Management, Home Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Admission/Discharge/Transfer
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Asset/Maintenance
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Bed Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Directory/Wayfinding
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Integrated
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Master Patient Index
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Patient Flow/Queuing
Information Systems, Data Management, Human Resources
Information Systems, Data Management, Human Resources, Time/Attendance
Information Systems, Data Management, Laboratory
Information Systems, Data Management, Laboratory, Anatomic Pathology
Information Systems, Data Management, Materials Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Obstetric

How 3 Physician Groups Are Solving Hurdles
Dozens of contest entries were narrowed to three finalists whose stories were shared with the QuantiaMD community. Their best practices are detailed in the pages that follow, organized by the three most important hurdles physicians face today.
6 Key Strategies for Medical A/R Management
Providers are working hard to defend against reimbursement cuts and to lower their operating costs -- all while still providing top-quality care to patients. Complicated medical billing processes aggravate the situation. As billing complexity continues to increase, so does the importance of taking proactive steps to collect more of your money from payers.
Tips from the Trenches: An Internal Medicine Practice Takes on CCM and PCMH
Lorri Brown-Ominsky, administrator of Internal Medicine of Milford, P.C., of Milford, CT, a seven-provider practice, says her practice always asks one question when considering whether to implement a new government or payer initiative: "Is this going to improve patient care?" When the answer is yes, she says, usually everything else will eventually fall into place. Read thesetips from the trenches as an Internal Medicine Practice takes on CCM and PCMH.
EHR No-Nos: Make Your Job Easier and Avoid Dangerous Temptations
Electronic health record systems can help physicians improve efficiencies in the office as well as improve patient care and safety. But if not used correctly, they can actually increase a practice's risk of liability. These risks have gotten the attention of federal regulators as well as trial attorneys. Many of these risks involve common EHR features used incorrectly or inappropriately.
Changing the Perspective Between Call Centers and Patient Loyalty
As patients take on more financial burden for their care, their consumer-driven demands are also increasing. They expect healthcare organizations and providers to increase price transparency and deliver more fluid, retail-like experiences, or they will go elsewhere.Healthcare organizations must shift to a new mindset for care delivery--one that connects positive patient experiences with bottom line impacts.
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