In the earlier posts in this series, you read about the why and how of integration in healthcare. Now, let’s look at what should be your considerations for a successful integration
In the first part of this blog post, we discussed why integration has become so vital for the healthcare industry today, and its role in moving the healthcare innovation cycle forward.
Managing an Orthopedic practice comes with its own unique challenges. Studies report some of the top challenges of an orthopedic practice as:
There is a seismic shift happening in the healthcare industry, creating business needs and opportunities for non-EHR systems to integrate with EHRs.
It is official!
HealthAsyst has officially joined GE Healthcare’s Centricity Partner Program with our patient check-in solution- CheckinAsyst.
‘There is always N + 1 innovative solutions for any problem, where N is the number of solutions that has been tried and 1 is the best solution’
With an estimated annual expenditure of $3 Trillion USD,
The Journal of Medical Practice Management, in its latest edition, had some interesting revelations that took the whole of America’s medical community to take a pause and THINK!
Patient satisfaction surveys have become the standard for quantifying patient experience, qualifying healthcare outcomes and even determining your payments1.
It is the age of uncertainty! This stands especially true for our healthcare, where any amount of discussion or debate on repealing or replacing ACA is not holding water.
‘It’s time for data powered revolution in healthcare’ said Todd Park, Nation’s second CTO on a summer morning of May 2012 at the White House.