Learn how healthcare providers are reducing their need for storage capacity through thin provisioning and reducing administration time by up to 90% by using autonomic management to simplify, automate and expedite storage management and maintenance.
Looking for a way to make your medical practice more efficient? Do you want your medical staff to spend more time with patients, rather than dealing with billing and insurance issues? If so, a medical billing service could be the answer. These HIPAA-approved, professional services companies can take over your entire billing process: submitting claims to claims clearinghouses, following up on rejected claims, and tracking your accounts. BuyerZone will give you everything you need to know to choose the best billing services provider for your practice or office. We’ll also send you free price quotes from several leading providers so you can compare offers.
Although consumer awareness of tablet devices has skyrocketed since Apple’s release of the iPad in April 2010, in medical practices they are nothing new. Physicians have been using tablet PCs in their offices for over a decade, because of the efficiency they add to the workflow without compromising the patient experience. The following guide provides an overview of electronic medical records (EMRs)–or electronic health records (EHRs)–for your PDA or PC to help a buyer navigate the landscape and find the right tablet PC or top iPad EMR software for your needs.
A growing number of medical professionals are turning to Healthcare Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software as a means to improve care and patient satisfaction. Healthcare CRM – or medical CRM – software helps professionals in hospitals and private practices attract new patients and improve communication with existing patients. It also makes it easier for physicians to better manage referral communications between physicians, specialists, departments and facilities. There are dozens of options when it comes to selecting a healthcare CRM software product. After just a few questions, we can determine the software vendors that will give you the best pricing on systems that meet your exact needs.
Careful planning and effective change management can help keep missteps – and the stress and costs that come with them – to a minimum when implementing electronic health records (EHR). This report presents strategies for avoiding common problems as you select technology, choose your implementation team, assign responsibilities and lay out the logistics.
Learn more about solutions that are available to help healthcare organizations better manage their growing data resources. This white paper looks at the explosion of healthcare-related information, and how organizations can address the significant challenge of managing and securing these vast resources.
Join GigaOM Research and their sponsor IBM for “Transforming Healthcare with Big Data: Premier Healthcare Alliance,” a free analyst webinar on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 10:00AM PT/1:00PM ET.
Doing a deep dive into customer data – analyzing and mining the vast stores of information now available to many enterprises – can yield profitable results that provide an enterprise with a strategic advantage over its competitors. It can also improve response time and overall efficiency. This is particularly true in healthcare where analyzing patient discharges, real-time clinical transactions, and purchasing data can provide insights that improve patient care and reduce costs. The challenge is aggregating the data from multiple sources, analyzing it, and then getting the results into the right hands – quickly.
This whitepaper discusses foundational criteria for selecting the right EHR solution.
This white paper is presented by IDC Health Insights and IDC’s Search and Discovery Technologies research practice and sponsored by IBM. The objectives were to gain insights into:
* The value of analyzing and mining unstructured data
* The changes and opportunities that mining unstructured data will create for healthcare organizations
* How healthcare organizations are already using this new approach to reveal insights in patient care
Turning physicians’ handwritten notes into usable electronic documents is a challenge faced by every type of medical practice, from the smallest independent office to the largest hospitals. Medical transcription services allow physicians to dictate notes either over the phone or using a handheld digital recorder. Qualified medical transcriptionists (MTs), who are trained in medical terminology and procedures, then listen to the recordings and accurately type out the notes. Let BuyerZone explain how medical transcription services work, outline the typical costs, and give you the information you need to choose the right medical transcription services for your practice. We’ll also send you free price quotes from several leading providers so you can compare offers.