Published By: Zuberance
Published Date: Feb 11, 2012
In the social media era, Word of Mouth can make or break a hotel. Download the whitepaper to learn how to find and activate your most enthusiastic guests (AKA "Brand Advocates") to recommend your hotel, boosting ratings and bookings.
View this webinar to learn how Seattle Children's Hospital was able to successfully deal with compliance issues, security requirements, budget constraints and more, all while ensuring a high quality user experience with Citrix XenDesktop and Wyse Xenith.
Jack Porco from William Beaumont Hospital and Mike Stephens from Atkins give an overview of their use of IBM Maximo Asset Management for facilities management and how it helped them run their buildings... smarter.
IBM Maximo Asset Management helps healthcare providers track, monitor and manage the increasing variety of assets on which clinical outcomes and patient care depend. It provides a fully integrated software technology platform, allowing a clear view of information on all assets.
During this Webcast, Axendia Industry Analyst Daniel Matlis discusses with Mr. Lentz how The Johns Hopkins Hospital uses its Integrated Asset and Service Management solution to improve uptime to support patient care; control costs for procurement, maintenance, labor and materials; support regulatory compliance activities; and use workflow capabilities for internal controls.
Published By: Siemens
Published Date: Jun 06, 2014
Using MobileMD technology from Siemens and Intel® data center technologies, the Charlotte Hungerford Hospital (CHH) and its CHHconnect partners are demonstrating meaningful use, coordinating care, and improving efficiency across their extended community.
Published By: Siemens
Published Date: Jun 06, 2014
In implementing its patient portal, Main Line Health’s goal was to create a one-stop portal for the entire health system. With four acute-care hospitals, several outpatient facilities, a physical medicine and rehab hospital and a drug and alcohol treatment center, Main Line Health needed a solution that could quickly relay information from multiple points of care to thousands of patients.
Poor quality of care takes a tremendous toll, not just on the system as a whole, but on the patients and their families at the center of that system. It also has a tremendous effect on employers, who already face unsustainable health care costs. When we evaluated one of our customer's claims, we found numerous signs of preventable complications that had cost our client significant amounts, not to mention the toll on the individual. Specifically, we identified the following preventable hospital- acquired conditions (HACs):
• Fourteen instances of stage III and IV pressure ulcers
• Twelve instances of vascular catheter-associated infections
• Thirteen instances of catheter-associated urinary tract infections
• One instance of a patient dying or experiencing a serious disability associated
with intravascular air embolism
• Five instances of foreign objects remaining in patients after a procedure.
Please download the whitepaper to learn more!
Founded in 1968, Nashville-based HCA is the largest hospital system in the world, with 165 locally managed hospitals and 115 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states, China and England. Since its inception, HCA’s focus has always been centered on patient care, with an ongoing mission to deliver high-quality, cost-e?ective healthcare in the communities it serves.
Mobile devices have become an integral part of the travel experience. Guests shop, book, and check-in on mobile devices today. See how you can empower your staff and deliver more individualized guest experiences with mobile devices today.
In our new report, Cost Control in Food & Beverage: How Technology Can Help Maximize Profits, we surveyed more than 200 independent operators and chains to understand how they are managing labor, inventory, and loss prevention costs.
The millennial generation is larger than baby boomers or Gen X. 46% have booked a hotel room with a mobile device, 20% have checked into a hotel with a mobile device. Millennials are expected to spend an average of $3,900 on travel this year alone. Our research report discusses how millennials are driving change in the hospitality industry and what you need to do to win the hearts and minds of millennials.
To be successful, a loyalty program must deliver value to the guest and it must deliver value to a restaurant operator’s business. To help food and beverage operators understand what guests are seeking in a loyalty program, Oracle Hospitality conducted a global consumer survey. On the following pages, you will find the answers to these questions and more: • What rewards do guests most value in a restaurant loyalty program? • Do they prefer paper stamp cards? Mobile apps? Plastic swipe cards? • What prevents them from joining a loyalty program? • Why do they leave a loyalty program or stop using it? • What’s their favorite restaurant loyalty program?