What is Clinical Documentation Improvement and How is it Achieved?

We’ve discussed burnout several times on this blog and for good reason. It’s a pervasive issue that strikes both nurses and physicians. As such, issues that contribute to this burnout, especially during this incredibly trying moment in medical history, deserve to be brought into the spotlight and…


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EHR Workflow Optimization: How Integrations Speed up the Process

Since their implementation, EHRs have been accepted into the healthcare space as a sort of necessary evil. The digital recording of patient notes is surely helpful and one of the many reasons we’re able to see the incorporation of new health initiatives like telehealth, yet, poor integration and…


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How to Build an Effective Healthcare Network Segmentation Strategy

We’ve discussed several times on this blog before the efficacy of hardware such as medical computer systems when it comes to fortifying your healthcare cybersecurity, but they’re by no means a “set it and forget it” solution. Cyberattacks are constantly occurring at more frequent rates and evolving…


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Addressing the Aftermath of a Pandemic with Predictive Analytics in Healthcare

While the entire world has faced a staggering blow as a result of the COVID pandemic, none have felt the brunt of that impact more than the healthcare sector. Closed businesses have begun to experience soft re-openings, employees are seeing some more of their hours return, but healthcare has been…


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How to Address the Rising Patient Appointment Cancellation Problem

Patient appointment cancellation has been a thorn in the side of many a care provider for several years. They’re a normal enough occurrence- peoples’ lives are hectic and oft unpredictable. Unfortunately, in the case of a healthcare appointment, that blocked off time slot is much more valuable than…


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3 Must-Haves for a Remote Monitoring Program in Your Facility

Despite healthcare’s notorious aversion to new technology and new modes of operation, there has been a widespread adoption of innovative new technology as facilities become forced to adapt to an infection-conscious world and clientele. Suddenly, tech adoption that used to only be limited to EHRs,…


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Have Hospitals Begun Accepting Healthcare Innovation Technology?

Despite the constant release of ever-improving pieces of healthcare innovation technology, providers and facilities can be rather averse to adopting these new hardware and software. While there have been more popularly accepted pieces of tech, such as medical all in one PCs and EHRs due to their…


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What Would Medical Device Connectivity Mean for Healthcare

We, and the medical sector at large, have discussed lacking EHR interoperability ad nauseum. The basic idea being that, despite advances in medical technology and the medical device computers that fuel them, EHR compatibility issues still run amok. This is because EHR developers predominantly…


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Burnout in Nurses: Its Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Nurses are an incredibly kind, thoughtful, and skilled group of people. Many enter the profession as a kind of calling, feeling the need to help as many people as possible by providing the perfect blend between compassionate and educated care. It’s because the profession is so closely tied in with…


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What is Continuum of Care and How Do You Get Started?

If there’s one thing we’ve learned in times such as these where our healthcare systems are overwhelmed, it’s that consistent, carefully monitored care is essential for treating many of the ailments, both physical and mental, that affect those who seek healing. And as hospitals have continued to…


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