The Paperless Future of Healthcare and Life Sciences

July 5, 2017

Your management and IT departments are driving towards tomorrow’s wholly digital world, making critical technology investments in an effort to streamline your business. Unfortunately, they often overlook a critical last step. A hospital or medical office might be state of the art until a patient walks in the door and is handed a clipboard full of paper forms to fill out, which then must be manually keyed in, costing precious time, and possibly resulting in serious errors.
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Annual Report 2013–14

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Alfred Health is a leading major metropolitan health service, serving more than 680,000 people living in Melbourne’s bayside and inner southeast areas. We have three hospital campuses – The Alfred, Caulfield Hospital and Sandringham Hospital – as well as clinics and a range of community-based services.

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The State of Value-Based Reimbursement and the Transition from Volume to Value in 2014

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We can now say with certainty that healthcare delivery is moving in one direction: towards value-based care. The affordability crisis is causing unprecedented changes in the healthcare landscape, the most significant of which is the transition from the current volume-based model to myriad models based on measures of value.

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Thiving Youth & Healthy Minds

whitePaper | November 7, 2015

In May 2015, Talbert House served as the lead agency for the Hamilton County Summer Youth Employment Program, a collaboration of several agencies providing services to eligible youth referred by Hamilton County Department of Job & Family Services.

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Overcoming the Challenges of Healthcare Digital Documentation

whitePaper | December 8, 2017

This white paper details the ability of HIPAA compliant online form solutions to help practice managers, call center leaders, IT directors, and others charged with managing sensitive patient data solve many common challenges related to Capturing, storing, and sharing secure patient data, Reducing administrative costs, Enhancing the patient experience.

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What's Next for U.S. Healthcare Under Trump?

whitePaper | December 28, 2016

What will the transition to a Donald Trump administration mean for the healthcare industry’s key constituents? While experts of all stripes are asserting predictions, they are typically long on speculation and short on evidence.

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Breast Tomosynthesis The Use of Breast Tomosynthesis in a Clinical Setting

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Since the United States (U.S.) Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of the first commercial systems in 2000, digital mammography has become an accepted standard of care in breast cancer screening and diagnosis and has paved the way for the newest groundbreaking technology in this arena – breast tomosynthesis, also referred to as tomosynthesis, or simply “tomo.”

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