Physician practices can use physician relationship management technology to recoup lost revenue and improve patient outcomes.
Community health information exchanges appear to offer many advantages, including increased revenue for physician practices.
EHR interoperability is a great idea in theory, but the reality leaves much to be desired.
Avoid legal trouble by doing a thorough review of the electronic prescription process, security options, audits and potential loopholes.
Wearable devices that gather health and movement data are being put to new uses in the clinical setting for glucose monitoring, pain management and distraction, rehabilitation, and treatment adherence.
Stay independent and profitable through the use of technology.
As providers, it’s our job to identify and anticipate what patients need. But, in order to deliver the right care at the right time, we need to re-examine our processes and relationships not only with our patients, but also with one another.
The leading cause of physician burnout also puts patients at risk of medical errors, the third leading cause of death in the United States.
Community health information sharing platforms are cropping up to give healthcare providers a more holistic view of their patients’ needs and challenges as well as capture interactions with other social service agencies. That, in turn, is helping to improve patients’ care and their quality of life.
With the silver tsunami fast approaching, it’s critical that physicians develop workflows to keep abreast of seniors’ health amid anticipated life changes and transitions of care.