Healthcare professionals must keep top of mind the fact that reporting is a huge part of both financial and clinical records. It can be easy to neglect this important aspect of your organization when you’re primarily focused on delivering services to patients and coordinating care with other entities. But without effective reporting, you can leave both your practice and your patients in jeopardy.
Medical credentialing verifies that nurses and doctors are properly trained and certified and have the required professional experience to provide healthcare services to patients. It’s a crucial aspect of maintaining high standards of safety in the medical profession.
Learn why patient engagement is a necessity and how you can master it within your practice.
As a technologically-minded individual who wants the most for your medical practice, you already have recognized the importance of using cloud-based healthcare software. Cloud computing service providers use multiple, redundant facilities for storing data to keep it safe in the event of a catastrophic breakdown in any one server center.
See Past Events: 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 As this challenging year comes to a close, it’s worth looking ahead to 2021 and what it promises for the healthcare industry. One of the best approaches is to attend as many healthcare events and conferences as your schedule and budget will permit.
Hackers in the healthcare space can be some of the most ruthless in the business. Pretty much by definition, hackers are cold, heartless, unscrupulous menaces on “bullet headed” missions to get into their targeted systems to extract and exploit data.
Healthcare implementation is a broad term especially when it comes to healthcare software. Is it the process of implementing it, the software we are implementing, some combination of both? It can be hard to say depending on the situation.
The more you can do to improve patient engagement, the better your staff can serve members of the local community. With so many health care providers working hard to cope with the spreading coronavirus pandemic, it’s useful to highlight different tools that help improve patient engagement, especially during the telemedicine, virtual experience we are living in today.
How healthy are the people in your immediate environment, and how does their quality of health relate to others on a local basis as well as nationwide? In this day and age, the public is experiencing a lot of concern about the health of a country, city, town, and even at the household level.
Contending with the emerging global pandemic of the novel coronavirus is becoming even more difficult now because of anxiety and pressure causing individuals to abuse opioids. Due to the lockdown and stresses caused by COVID-19, there have been major spikes in opioid abuse both by workers and those who are stuck at home.
As we strive to preserve people’s physical health and well-being during the pandemic of the novel coronavirus, it’s important to recognize COVID-19’s impact on mental health as well. The behavioral health/mental health industry is already seeing a major spike because of COVID-19 limiting individuals’ ability to see therapists or participate in group meetings.