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  • Unlocking 835 Remittance Files with Self-Service Data Preparation

    This data is often hand-typed into practice management systems, financial applications, General Ledgers, etc. Consequently, the revenue cycle process is inefficient and is fraught with potential data quality errors when humans are manually updating accounts with remittance data.

    Your white paper includes:
    Using Data Preparation for 835 Analytics—Four Opportunities for Financial Improvement

  • LEVERAGING LEGACY SYSTEMS: Value Capitalization for Healthcare Today and Tomorrow

    These days, the name of the game in healthcare is value.

    And hospitals are striving to find value within their legacy systems, after investing millions of dollars over the past two decades, in a thin profit-margin industry. For far too long, these systems have been a liability—outdated solutions that are getting in the way of healthcare organization’s meeting their goals with regards to costs, operations, and patient care.

  • Aligning the C-Suite and IT Organization Creating a Roadmap for Success

    “Healthcare enterprises typically fall short in satisfying two basic requirements for breaking through the HIT disconnect.”

    Clinical and financial outcomes are now more dependent than ever on information management. This means hospital and health system leaders and their IT functions must be hyper aligned to succeed – an area that has typically gone underserved in the past.

    Two basic requirements for breaking through the HIT disconnect to move forward are:

  • REPORT: GLOBAL ENCRYPTION TRENDS STUDY

    Based on independent research by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Thales and Vormetric, the study reveals encryption trends and challenges, encryption adoption rates in different countries and vertical industries, and a wide range of enterprise and cloud-based use cases for encryption and Hardware Security Modules (HSMs).

  • Getting It Right—Plan and Implement a Mobile Device Strategy That Works

    “No matter which technology you choose, staff adoption of your device policy will depend on a plan that simplifies their workflows.”

    Developing, implementing and executing the mobile device strategy has traditionally been a task for IT leaders. Today the development of a mobile device strategy should include input from the entire health system.

    Bringing in chief operating officers and other executives across the organization (including the board of directors) will ensure the final strategy suits everyone’s needs and gains widespread adoption.

  • Healthcare technology integration as the prerequisite to successful EHR implementation

    Put First Things First

    Once you’ve decided to implement or upgrade your electronic health records (EHR) system, you need to start thinking about interoperability as part of your planning for the EHR migration. Otherwise, you put your entire EHR migration at risk.

    At best, if you treat interoperability as an afterthought, you’re likely to end up with multiple silos of unconnected clinical data, which can reduce the quality of patient care.

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