Engaging and supporting teams working on safety improvement in mental health

May 16, 2015

The strategic case for change: Improving quality of care is our core purpose. Of greatest importance to all our stakeholders. Build on the excellent work already happening to improve quality. The need to focus on a more compassionate, caring service with patients first and foremost. More structured and bottom-up approach to improvement.

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Hutt Valley DHB

We provide and fund health services to about 140,000 people in the lower North Island of New Zealand. We are proud to serve our multi-cultural community and we're proud of the work we do to improve their health. Hutt Hospital, operated by the Hutt Valley District Health Board, is New Zealand's first and only Magnet designated hospital, putting it among the elite American hospitals which hold the designation. We provide a range of health and well-being, hospital and specialist services based out of our Hutt Hospital campus and other district locations with more than 2400 full-time equivalent staff.

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Reimagine Organizational Structure, Culture, and the Health of Your People

whitePaper | May 28, 2021

Hospitals and health systems need the flexibility to examine and reassess their organizational culture, build resilience, and remain hyper-vigilant in keeping staff healthy and safe. This best practice guide outlines ways for hospitals and health systems to adapt their culture to ensure the job satisfaction, wellness and empowerment of their people.

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Mandated ADT Notification: How Frontline Teams Use CMS To Improve Care

whitePaper | April 9, 2021

Clear and constant communication is a vital ingredient to any well-functioning healthcare system. Making sure physicians are alerted when patients need and receive care, and keeping patients informed about their own treatment improves health outcomes and saves time. Learn about the key role that alert notifications for ADT plays in that process.

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Healthcare IoT Security Operation Maturity

whitePaper | December 21, 2021

This paper suggests that a more simplified approach to modernizing healthcare security operations is warranted. It suggests that a renewed focus on foundational enhancements presents a more rational path to maturity. The "blocking and tackling" sports analogy comes to mind, as only teams that effectively execute at this level can successfully move to the next.

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How health systems can recover millions in lost revenue

whitePaper | February 5, 2020

The landscape of healthcare revenue appears bleak: costs and expenses are rising, while reimbursements decline. Traditionally, solutions focus on preventative measures, yet costly write-offs remain ever-present. This is especially true with respect to commercial claims, where denials are plentiful and appeals complicated and labor intensive. How, then, can you mitigate loss without straining your resources? One answer is claims appeals through the Federal ERISA process. Through specialization in Federal ERISA Law, the experienced staff of ERISA Recovery can collect on aged claims without undue burden on your systems.

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Building the Future of Digital Oncology on the Innovaccer Health Cloud

whitePaper | June 7, 2021

In an increasingly digitized world, healthcare organizations are looking for solutions to enhance their understanding of the health issues patients are facing and allow them to both meet their patients virtually and significantly contribute to disease diagnosis, prevention, and treatment.

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Healthcare Provider Network Saves $5 Million and Acquires In-House Archiving Skills

whitePaper | September 7, 2021

Numerous acquisitions and technology upgrades put many applications and associated data stores into a legacy state for a large, multi-state integrated healthcare provider network. The organization turned to Flatirons Digital Innovations (FDI) to help decommission those applications deemed most critical to save costs and eliminate risks associated with running aging legacy systems, while ensuring ongoing access to complete patient data.

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Hutt Valley DHB

We provide and fund health services to about 140,000 people in the lower North Island of New Zealand. We are proud to serve our multi-cultural community and we're proud of the work we do to improve their health. Hutt Hospital, operated by the Hutt Valley District Health Board, is New Zealand's first and only Magnet designated hospital, putting it among the elite American hospitals which hold the designation. We provide a range of health and well-being, hospital and specialist services based out of our Hutt Hospital campus and other district locations with more than 2400 full-time equivalent staff.

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