It’s all hands on deck when it comes to responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Medical scientists and computer scientists are working toward a common goal to improve how we gather healthcare data and then store and analyze it.
We’ve all been through a lot of financial uncertainty brought on by the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Healthcare institutions have had their share of financial turmoil. Practices large and small are now trying to build back up.
Learn why patient engagement is a necessity and how you can master it within your practice.
It’s no secret that the more you can standardize and automate processes, the more efficiently you can run an enterprise. There’s a timeline you can draw from the dawn of Henry Ford’s automotive assembly lines to the age of computerization and the ICD-10 codes we use today as standardized, universal descriptions for diagnosing and treating patients.
Your doors are open and patients in your community are starting to slowly emerge from sheltering in place. They are tentatively moving toward getting back to normal after the lockdowns instituted during the early days of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
MedicsRCM outsourced services and MedicsPremier as an in-house system present the following, and how they can help increase revenue and productivity.
Each decision you make in a health care environment can lead to life-or-death consequences. That’s why medical professionals study throughout their career. They have to stay current on best practices. But that’s only part of the picture. They need all the help they can get. This is where clinical decision support becomes a factor.
Consider the mountain of information that medical practices, clinics, hospitals and other healthcare service providers collect, store and analyze. The power of all of this data being stored on providers’ servers is difficult to overstate.
The state of the economy, with a rise in unemployment and so many companies shut down in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic is putting financial pressure on many individuals. Health practices are not immune to pandemic-related downturns either. So in the face of more and more denied claims, it makes sense to put some effort into reducing their number, for the sake of the financial strength of your organization.
Healthcare providers looking to increase cash flow are right to pay close attention to their computer and software systems. That’s essential for making sure they’re using the correct tools for critical jobs. Owners and managers are aware they should know the reason for having a particular application installed and why your staff is using it.