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Corporate White Papers
Tightening margins and regulatory changes are making it hard for labs to be sure they are not leaving potential profits on the table. This white paper details how labs can maximize reimbursement.
As healthcare models evolve, IT infrastructures must also evolve to meet these new population health and care management demands. As good as some care management solutions may have been, the reality is that yesterday’s care management tools simply weren’t designed to provide the kinds of insight and communication needed to drive today’s targeted, proactive care management programs.
How virtualized IT networks can help healthcare organizations improve patient outcomes
This Frost & Sullivan whitepaper will help you understand how to select a comprehensive new enterprise imaging system.
As you contemplate making the transition from PACS to Enterprise Imaging, this article will provide helpful information for navigating the maze of options and questions you may have.
This paper describes the current thinking around patient identity and designs to replace a broken process with one that seems to be "good enough". We propose that there is a better way that has been in place for many years and has been used successfully by other industry sectors. There is a solution that is ready for deployment today and will have an immediate impact on patient safety.
This whitepaper explores how analytics and business intelligence (BI) tools can help health systems implement role-based BI to improve outcomes and performance across an organization
This whitepaper offers advice on how to avoid common pitfalls of healthcare business intelligence evaluation.
Steps for Automating, Streamlining and Improving Healthcare Communications
Find out what are the real economic forces impacting the business of medicine.