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  • A Roadmap to Achieve Successful EHR Adoption

    The Importance of User Adoption in Your EHR Implementation

    The investment you’ve made in EHR software is likely one of your most significant software investments in recent years. You have a two-fold challenge now:

  • eBrief: 8 Tips for Securing Your ePHI

    Communications have changed drastically since the HIPAA Privacy Rule (1996) and HIPAA Security Rule (2003) first went into effect. While many of those communication changes have brought more efficient and effective patient care, they also create issues in safeguarding electronic protected health information (ePHI).

    A breach of ePHI can be costly, not only in terms of reputation, but also from hefty fines.

  • Interactive Resource Guide: Centricity™ Universal Viewer Zero Footprint Resource Guide

    Improve Diagnostic Speed and Confidence…

    This interactive Resource Guide highlights how GE Healthcare’s Centricity™ Solutions for Enterprise Imaging connect advanced diagnostic tools and system-wide image management platforms across the care continuum to help healthcare organizations improve diagnostic speed and confidence.

    Centricity Solutions for Enterprise Imaging:

  • Managing Non-DICOM Images Within an Enterprise Imaging Solution

    In hospitals and health systems today, providers generate a flood of patient-related data.

    As healthcare leaders seek ways to achieve clinical and financial economies of scale through industry consolidation, the volume of patient data continues to explode. Multiple sites, all standardized on a different set of equipment, are now working toward centralized enterprise data management strategies. Patient-centric care across multiple sites is the ultimate goal.

  • Five Best Practices to Enable Population Health Management

    Enable Self-Service Analytics

    In an era of big data, old healthcare analytics systems have created inefficient report factories that simply don’t meet today’s needs. A new generation of technologists hope to evolve beyond this status quo by empowering individuals to explore their own data. Not only is this yielding faster, more insightful decisions, it’s also allowing IT leaders to return their focus to their central task of maintaining a secure and reliable data infrastructure. Self-service analytics yield huge dividends for individual doctors and business analysts, and also provide a single source of truth throughout the entire organization.

  • QlikView Advances Quality Improvement and Outcomes Reporting at Texas Children’s Hospital

    Bridging the Gap Between Groups Across an Enterprise…

    With a vast network of healthcare professionals working together to deliver optimal care, Texas Children’s needed a comprehensive system that could bridge the gap between all the groups across the enterprise and unify them. Further, the organization implemented an EMR system, increasing the amount of data employees were inundated with.

  • eBook: The Time is Now for Stronger EHR Interoperability and Usage in Healthcare

    A recent study conducted during a sweeping five month period in 2015 of more than 27,000 EHR users concluded that productivity rates in their practices have risen from 7% in 2013, to a staggering 63% in 2015, due to stronger EHR usage. Though that doesn’t represent the entire healthcare landscape, it does represent a trend that EHR’s have a tremendous impact on healthcare organizations and that it is a technology all healthcare systems should be adopting.

  • Enterprise Imaging in the Large Enterprise

    Today, progressive imaging departments manage images from myriad modalities—simplifying the viewing of and centralizing image management across complex health systems to broaden enterprise access and help exams get reimbursed. A large university medical center well-known as an imaging pioneer is using GE Healthcare’s Centricity™ PACS and Centricity Clinical Archive solution1 to optimize imaging across the enterprise. Take a closer look at how they are doing it and why it might be the way to go for you, too.