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  • Using Data to Reduce New Cases of Opioid Addiction

    Using Data to Reduce New Cases of Opioid Addiction

    Indiana’s Scott County, roughly 80 miles south of Indianapolis, experienced one of the worst opioid-driven HIV outbreaks in rural America.

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  • Two Unexpected Benefits of Population Health

    Two Unexpected Benefits of Population Health

    As healthcare continues to take center-stage in the United States, population health management gains more prominence as a term signifying the push to improve patient care. Commonly...

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  • Top Revenue Cycle Blogs You May Have Missed

    Top Revenue Cycle Blogs You May Have Missed

    Organizations need to think of the revenue cycle in healthcare as something beyond numbers and more as everything that occurs from that first initial contact with the physician, through...

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  • Transition and Communication: The Dynamic Duo of Legacy Support

    Transition and Communication: The Dynamic Duo of Legacy Support

    Successful legacy system migrations start with people, and working with people requires outstanding communication and a close attention to transition. Even though most legacy systems...

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  • Healthcare Is A Journey and We're Providing a Roadmap

    Healthcare Is A Journey and We're Providing a Roadmap

    Raise your hand if you remember TripTiks? Before Google Maps, before Garmin, way back in the stone ages (or maybe, paper ages) of paper road maps, AAA had this service for travelers....

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  • How to Execute the Perfect Go-Live (Part 2)

    How to Execute the Perfect Go-Live (Part 2)

    In part one, we discussed how a perfectly executed go-live event can signal the launch of a new system, commonly one for managing Electronic Health Records (EHR). We also discussed how...

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  • How to Execute the Perfect Go-Live (Part 1)

    How to Execute the Perfect Go-Live (Part 1)

    A perfectly executed go-live event signals the launch of a new system, commonly an Electronic Health Records (EHR). It’s a major milestone in any hospital’s IT modernization program.

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  • Four Important Steps to Clinical Optimization

    Four Important Steps to Clinical Optimization

    A decade after EHR became commonplace, healthcare professionals are still searching for the best ways to use EHR to improve the provision of medical care.

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  • CEO pledge to end opioid addiction

    CEO pledge to end opioid addiction

    Everyone has a role to play when facing an epidemic. Our campaign asks CEOs to sign this pledge as a starting point toward saving lives.

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  • The Methodology Behind Successful Portfolio Management Strategy

    The Methodology Behind Successful Portfolio Management Strategy

    The benefits of skilled portfolio management are vast. If done properly, portfolio management can add visual control of an organization’s enterprise and unit level application portfolio...

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  • The Importance of Governance in Aligning the Financial with the Clinical

    The Importance of Governance in Aligning the Financial with the Clinical

    The value of aligning financial and clinical aspects within healthcare organizations is critical to closing the gap that exists between the revenue cycle and IT departments.

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  • 5 Important Skills for Recruiting Healthcare Consultants

    5 Important Skills for Recruiting Healthcare Consultants

    Effective Electronic Healthcare Records (EHRs) perform a host of valuable services. At the heart, EHRs maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare practices.

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  • Real-Time Predictive Analytics at the Point of Care

    Real-Time Predictive Analytics at the Point of Care

    In healthcare, actionable information provided as early as possible can dramatically improve patient outcomes.

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  • Patient Engagement: Not Waiting "Patiently" to Be Told What to Do

    Patient Engagement: Not Waiting "Patiently" to Be Told What to Do

    Thirty years ago, when my grandmother would get sick, she would go to the doctor, listen to his advice — and then do as she was told. These days, though, when my daughter gets sick and...

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  • Six Tips to Make the Most of Your HIMSS18 Experience

    Six Tips to Make the Most of Your HIMSS18 Experience

    Conferences help instill innovation. This is the core mission of the 2018 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference (HIMSS18) in Las Vegas, March 5-9.

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  • Better Integration Begets Better Healthcare at Lower Cost

    Better Integration Begets Better Healthcare at Lower Cost

    Leidos Health president Jonathan Scholl recently sat down with POLITICO writer David Himmel to discuss the future of healthcare technology.

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  • Three Large Issues Affecting Healthcare Providers

    Three Large Issues Affecting Healthcare Providers

    Three impediments hinder most healthcare providers. Closing the gap that exists between revenue cycle and IT is the first major issue.

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  • The Importance of Vendor Selection in Legacy

    The Importance of Vendor Selection in Legacy

    These steps will help hospitals save time and money during the search for a vendor who they can trust will take the extra effort to learn their culture and adopt their legacy system

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  • The two-pronged approach towards effective healthcare recruiting and EHR adoption

    The two-pronged approach towards effective healthcare recruiting and EHR adoption

    Successful deployment of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) across multiple sites requires significant planning and coordination.

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  • 3 Tricks for a Healthy Approach to Legacy Systems

    3 Tricks for a Healthy Approach to Legacy Systems

    Across most industries, legacy systems have become a challenge. They lower efficiency and can at times create regulatory concerns.

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