HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

Testing the EMR and Beyond

October 5, 2021

At every stage of a patient’s well-being, different forms of technology and software support the expansion of better healthcare. As the reliance on technology grows, ensuring that these lifesaving systems don’t break under the strain is imperative. To keep operations running smoothly, healthcare IT professionals must perform regular and exhaustive testing. Fortunately, the introduction of automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence (AI) has made testing easier to deliver. In this eBook, you will discover how these technological developments help optimize processes, integrate workflows, and improve the performance of systems and medical devices.

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What is Heart Failure?

whitePaper | November 1, 2015

If you have heart failure, you’re not alone. About 5.7 million Americans are living with it today. In fact, it’s one of the most common reasons people age 65 and older go into the hospital. It can take years for heart failure to develop. Heart failure is called congestive heart failure when fluid builds up in various parts of the body. So if you don’t yet have it but are at risk for it, you should make lifestyle changes now to prevent it!

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Securing Medical Imaging in the Cloud

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Regardless of your organization’s size or specialty, the reliable, quick, and universal access to clinically rich imaging data is essential across the entire care continuum. The traditional way of managing information in departmentalized PACS is falling short. The closed loop design of these systems combined with data exchange on CDs and VPNs leaves much to be desired...

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Community Pharmacy- helping provide better quality and resilient urgent care

whitePaper | November 30, 2014

Both our urgent care system and general practitioners (GPs) are more stretched than ever before. In order to deliver our vision of “high quality care for all, now and forfuture generations” we need to transform the way we deliver services. Simon Stevens outlined recently in his Five Year Forward View how we need to make far greater use of pharmacists; in prevention and support for healthy living; support to self-care for minor ailments and long term conditions; medication review in care homes and as part of more integrated local care models.

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9 Ways to Attract New Medical Patients and Keep the Ones You Have

whitePaper | February 9, 2018

Instead of picking a doctor and just sticking with them for most of their lives, today’s patients are much more likely to switch practices if they are not happy. The Patient Provider Relationship Study found that one in three medical patients are likely to switch practices within a year or two. Making things even more complicated, patients are doing extensive homework before selecting a practice in the first place. The following are nine proven healthcare marketing techniques which help practices like yours win new patients and keep the ones they have. These steps include everything from how to improve your online reviews to maintaining a social presence.

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Comprehensive Spine Care - Surgical and Non - Surgical Treatment: A whitepaper on Surgical and non surgical options

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Research on the treatment of spinal injuries and spinal surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is changing the care and treatment of these patients around the world. One of the things that is unique at Brigham and Women’s is that we really are at the epicenter of generating the evidence that guides spine care not only at our own institution but across the nation, explains neurosurgeon Michael W. Groff, MD, Co-director, Spine Center. Patients in our hospital and around the country benefit from the work conducted at Brigham and Women’s. The reason for forming our comprehensive approach to spine care and our Spine Center is that it affords the opportunity to have multidisciplinary collaboration on a very challenging patient problem – back pain.

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The Digital Waiting Room: Marketing to Physicians and Patients

whitePaper | October 17, 2017

Healthcare marketing can feel like you’re navigating a field of landmines in a constantly changing environment. Whether you’re trying to reach patients, physicians (or both!), each year companies spend billions of dollars to advertise their products and services. That’s because there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach or a direct path to break through the clutter, but one thing is certain: relying solely on traditional media just won’t cut it. Healthcare businesses, compared to other industries, have been slow to adopt digital marketing and even resistant to shift from traditional communication. However, it’s clear there is a benefit to embrace digital marketing. According to recent studies, over 72 percent of online users researched health information within the past year, and the average doctor controls about $2 million per year in healthcare costs or roughly 80 percent of all healthcare spending in the U.S.

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