Defining CRM in healthcare.
Health economist and HIMSS social media ambassador, shares there are green shoots in healthcare communities demonstrating that adopting a variety of digital health tools can boost economies.
Our guest writer shares how now more than ever, hospitals need to close the gap between IT and the healthcare business, and fully understand how this ties into the patient experience and care continuum.
Our digital influencer and blockchain in healthcare subject matter expert shares how a world where individuals have ownership of their personal health data is possible with blockchain technology.
Our guest writer shares how focusing on one function within revenue cycle management, prior authorization, can give insight into potential solutions for streamlining the healthcare system.
As healthcare transitions to a value-based reimbursement model, nursing documentation in EHRs and other health IT systems will increasingly be used to demonstrate nursing’s contribution to that value.
Our guest blogger shares how as new interoperability standards are developed, like FHIR®, organizations can still leverage C-CDA in their document exchange workflows to leverage emerging standards.
Our guest writer explains CMS's Primary Care First model and how it enables primary care providers to shift to more value-based care for both general and high-needs patient populations.
Here are four tips to help your organization improve its supply chain management through clinical integration.
In a challenging environment, health systems are leveraging a variety of information and technology tools to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Women’s health innovation holds massive potential to break the barriers contributing to health disparities, but it’s taken a while to reign in more focus on the topic. Here’s why.
Pharmaceutical Supply Chain with Blockchain: Drug Tracking, Tracing and Verification at the Last Mile
Under the U.S. Drug Supply Chain Security Act, pharmaceutical supply chain will need to trace prescription drugs as they're distributed. One study shares how blockchain can save costs and enhance data security to help ensure medications reach the patients who need them.