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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Healthcare Recession: How Can Providers Help Their Patients and Themselves?

When we think of a recession, we often tend to exempt healthcare facilities from the conversation. Afterall, people are constantly in need of healing and care. Because of this, many tend to think of a “healthcare recession” as nothing more than fiction and believe the industry as a whole is…


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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 will the Medical Device Industry Look Like Post-COVID?

Recent global events have shown healthcare providers what being underprepared truly looks like. Not having enough staff, not having enough personal protective equipment, and especially not having the right alternative methods of administering care at the ready have rocked acute and emergency care…


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What’s Needed to Make Patient Education Materials Effective?

Hospitals are in a never-ending battle to lower patient readmission rates. By combating these rates with proper policies and hardware designed to mitigate spreading infection such as antimicrobial medical computer systems, facilities can better treat patients while also avoiding financial…


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5 Ways Hospitals are Preparing for the Coronavirus Second Wave

In the wave of the coronavirus, the country at large has made astounding efforts to social distance and operate businesses remotely. Healthcare providers have also made impressive and rapid transformations in the way they deliver care in order to address the highly infectious nature of the disease.…


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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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IT Programs That Can Improve Healthcare Cost Reduction Strategies

Healthcare providers have no shortage of reasons as to why they’d want to lower the amount it costs their facility to administer treatment. Not only does doing so save them money, it also allows for those savings to be passed on to the patient, saving them money in the process as well. It’s a…


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