Learn how ECG partnered with Adventist Health System to use an EHR implementation as a catalyst for a physician enterprise transformation.
Healthcare leaders face a dizzying number of metrics. Ideally, these metrics would tell you how to improve your organization. In reality, they often cloud the story of organizational performance because of their sheer numbers. How can anybody keep it all straight?
Part one of this series reviewed the steps leading up to a pilot program go-live. In this post, we will review ongoing pilot management after go-live and planning for the future.
Before jumping in headfirst with any transformational initiatives across the entire organization, consider starting with a pilot.
The pace of change in the current healthcare landscape, combined with a national focus on curtailing costs, is challenging provider organizations to apply new ideas and strategies to their clinical and business operations.
Health information exchange continues to be complex.The recent regulatory and reimbursement environment mandates HIE.This blog describes what organizations should do to establish their HIE strategy.
You’ve gone live with your shiny new EHR after months and months of planning, configuring, testing, and training. It’s been a long climb to the top, but you’ve finally arrived. It wasn’t perfect, but patients are being seen, notes are being documented, orders are being sent, and claims are going out the door. And odds are good that they’ll even be paid. It’s time to breathe a sigh of relief and pat yourself on the back. The hard part is over … right?
Even with most advanced technologies in place, any business intelligence initiative will fail without actively managed metric design and development.
Here we offer a high level framework and approach to assist providers in identifying an appropriate interoperability solution. We explore a number of scenarios and solutions, as well as a case study to demonstrating how proper alignment benefits providers.
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