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For most healthcare organizations, client onboarding has traditionally been a largely manual, time- and resource-intensive process. As a result, organizations experience significant delays in time to go-live estimates and waste resources on an error-prone process that doesn’t move at the same speed of their accelerating business. MarkLogic’s agile database platform offers an alternative approach to client onboarding that leverages flexible data models, advanced search and query, and semantics to streamline client onboarding processes for payers, providers, TPAs, and health IT vendors alike.
Organizations need to be able to share and consume data about where patients received care, what care they received,and who provided that care.
Managing Non-DICOM Images within an Enterprise Imaging Solution.A Workflow-based Strategy for the Growing Volumes of Patient Image Data
Right Motivation, Right Tools Pave the Way for Interoperability Success
Discrete Diagnostic Information is the New Currency of Healthcare
A white paper describing the benefits for medical practitioners and patients of developing an Enterprise-wide imaging strategy.
The process of health information exchange (HIE) – typically handled by health information management professionals – requires an understanding of complex regulations and operational imperatives, with protection of that information being the most critically important element.
Selecting an interface engine for your healthcare organization is not a trivial matter. The decision you make will impact the reliability and flexibility of healthcare data delivery within and outside your organization for years to come.
Methodologies, roles and responsibilities, and tools have been developed and adopted by organizations committed to improve data analytics initiatives.
Unified approach to a solution architecture that anticipates and supports the need for medical images to be accessed by caregivers along with the rest of required medical history
The future of healthcare will be built on data - data to support population health management and analytics to improve outcomes.
Challenges that compromise continuity of care today, and the package of technology solutions that represents an efficient and affordable solution.
Quality measurement enabled by health information technology (IT) is an evolving field that seeks to support systems of quality improvement.
As Healthcare reform necessitates a shift from a fee-for-service reimbursement model to a value-based model, does the laboratory offer enough value in service and speed of results to convince practice administrators that it needs to stay safely ensconced within the facility?