Securing Healthcare Data: Be Prepared in Case of a Disaster

Healthcare facilities provide necessary treatments to patients that rely on stored data. Healthcare disaster preparedness is essential to ensure you can continue to access the information you need to treat patients and continue your operations as usual. Taking steps to prepare your healthcare facility in case of a disaster can help you reduce downtime while

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Impact Of Medical Debt

Putting Patients First: The Role of Payment Plans in Modern Healthcare

Medical debt is a destructive force that affects millions of Americans every year, especially those without emergency funds or limited access to credit. This unforeseen expense can cause people to spiral into debt and, in some cases, even file for bankruptcy. High medical expenses continue to be one of the common reasons that people file

Just Because You Can Build Connections Does Not Mean You Should

Just Because You Can Build Connections Does Not Always Mean You Should

The healthcare field is teeming with data coming from every direction. If your organization wants to make the most of that data, you might be interested in linking up disparate systems like electronic health records (EHRs), independent labs, mobile apps, imaging platforms and other entities. Building these connections calls for a niche area of expertise

Advantages Of A Bi Directional Healthcare Order Management System

Advantages of a Bi-directional Healthcare Order Management System

Healthcare order management has made significant progress since the days of fax machines. Computerized healthcare order entry is still fragmented for many practices, though. For healthcare order management to be fully functional, physician compliance and integration with the electronic health record system are essential. With a quality healthcare order management system, you can develop streamlined

Benefits Of Ris Pacs Integration

Benefits of Radiology Systems Integration

The radiology environment depends on many systems, including radiology information systems (RIS) and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS). These platforms and numerous others play key roles in running a healthcare organization, but they do not always play nicely with other systems in the industry. In settings from primary care facilities to multi-specialty clinics to