If joining or forming a successful CIN is something you’re considering for your practice to improve patient outcomes and healthcare performance, here are a few important considerations.
Patients want access to their personal health records, and they want to make it easy for any relevant party within the continuum of care to access that information as well.
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
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Technology has made CIN connectivity even more possible. Asking the following questions while developing your program is a good place to start.
As technology evolves, access to data transparency as well as placing the power of information with patients is key. The latest edition of USCDI is designed to provide standards for data sharing, however there will still likely be some costs associated with providing or receiving data.
The healthcare industry generates an incredible amount of data — almost a third of the entire world’s data volume — but the field is always changing. From new technologies to new health concerns, medical organizations need sophisticated data management tools to help make sense of it all. To get there, they rely on data libraries.
Today’s healthcare landscape often runs on an array of disparate programs, all constantly collecting data — but this approach is at odds with the industry’s need for data centralization, artificial intelligence and modern technological solutions.
Improved data collection and reporting can maximize reimbursement and incentive payments through various programs designed to improve healthcare for marginalized populations. Reporting on various health measures can increase eligibility for incentive programs, leading to greater revenues year over year.
Being able to access and share patient information without breaking confidentiality or compromising patient privacy is an ongoing challenge in today’s increasingly digitized world. Electronic health information exchanges (HIEs) facilitate the secure transmission of and access to patient data.