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Guest blogger and HIMSS member shares how the abundance of technology in healthcare can lead to a disconnect when working with patients and how CRM systems can knit the digital and personal sides of patient care together.
“By leveraging some of the great work that’s being done in healthcare and sharing that with other industries, innovators outside the field can understand what’s happening in the world of healthcare and then build on it, becoming part of the changing healthcare ecosystem.”
HIMSS Analytics is proud to recognize Cook County Health & Hospitals System (CCHHS) for its recent validation as a Stage 7 healthcare system, as tracked by the EMRAM SM
The HIMSS state government and federal affairs team is hosting the first of a series of three webinars, Leveraging Health Information and Technology to Mitigate the Opioid Crisis: Policy Landscape and Steps Forward, on Monday, June 4 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT.
HIMSS is excited to announce the appointment of two new executive team members.
The three Pennsylvania HIMSS chapters are working together to develop advocacy efforts focused on telehealth, the opioid crisis, veteran suicide and workforce development.
HIMSS released an educational resource to keep hospital executives up-to-date on national health information exchange developments and interoperability initiatives.
Just over a year ago, the WannaCry ransomware attack wreaked havoc on the UK National Health Service (NHS), ultimately disrupting a third of its facilities and causing a rash of canceled appointments and operations. Breaches are always a concern in healthcare, but this incident brought to light its impact in terms of patient care and patient trust.
Healthcare organizations face challenges in managing their revenue cycles, reporting a complicated environment in which they typically use more than one solution that appears to be making the task more difficult.