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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.
We sat down with Indu Subaiya, MD, MBA, co-founder and president of Catalyst @ Health 2.0 and senior advisor to HIMSS, to hear what she had to say about what's next in health technology.
This session will expand the clinical perspective on what health conditions that can be handled through telehealth and how patients can benefit from virtual care.
We're shining a spotlight on some incredible women in technology and HIMSS members who are championing diversity and inclusivity in the workplace.
November 7th Regional Networking Event | Madison, WI | "Navigating the Cloud" | Wisconsin Chapter of HIMS
Join the Wisconsin Chapter of HIMSS at HotelRED in downtown Madison to see Kevin Erdal, Director of Data and Analytics at Nordic Consulting Partners, Inc., present on "Navigating the Cloud." Come connect with your HIMSS colleagues at the networking event from 5:30-6:30 PM.
Physician burnout is not only a problem for the healthcare industry but also for the families of physicians. One advocate shares her personal journey of shedding light on the issue.
A host of health care IT stakeholders, including payers, providers, government regulators and vendors, will gather during the four-day event to network and collaborate around sessions focusing on topics.
In this Stage 7 success story, we explore how Arkansas Children's Hospital observed a sustained decreased in pediatric emergency transfers through the implementation of a new Watcher program.
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.
Workforce Development and Student Preparedness
“Many technologies have been around for a while. But they haven’t really disrupted the industry yet because there has not been a compelling financial reason to adopt them. That’s the piece that ultimately has to be there,” Molesworth explains. “You’ve got to have a financial model tha...