Published By: Phunware
Published Date: Aug 11, 2014
Many hospitals are losing revenue and receiving poor reviews due to process inefficiencies that can often result in missed or delayed appointments and patient dissatisfaction. Additionally, with the influx of newly insured health care patients resulting from the Affordable Care Act’s new regulations, it is more of a challenge than ever before to guide patients through the hospital system in an efficient manner.
In this white paper, we’ll examine how hospitals can use mobile technology to enhance the patient and visitor experience and drive new revenue through increased efficiency.
To gain fast access to patient records, Kochi Medical School Hospital in Japan struggled to use aging mobile devices that were unreliable and expensive to repair. Read the case study to learn how the hospital used IBM Mobility Services and desktop cloud to deploy hundreds of mobile devices at a lower per-device cost in a security-rich cloud environment. IBM helped the hospital achieve anywhere, anytime access to patient records; maintain the confidentiality of patient medical information; improve patient care coordination; and increase staff productivity.
Published By: Neustar
Published Date: Mar 30, 2011
SMS offers a simple and effective way to communicate with consumers when they are in the process of making travel plans and purchase decisions, keeping them up-to-date, and influencing which destination they choose.
Exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals isn’t limited to industries like oil and natural gas. With routine
contact to various cleaning chemicals and other hazards, employees in the hospitality/resort industry
are equally at risk to injury. In fact, studies show that hotel workers have an injury rate 25% higher than all
service workers, with housekeepers experiencing the most injuries. These numbers are due to exposure
to corrosive chemicals in certain cleaning products that have the potential to not only irritate skin, but
to also cause severe burns if splashed on skin or into eyes. It’s a risk for all workers in this industry,
including the staff at Extended Stay America, the largest and most popular extended-stay hotel chain
in North America.
Published By: Seamless
Published Date: Jun 18, 2013
Michael Farino is the Hospitality Manager for the New York office of DLA Piper (DLA), one of the world’s largest business law firms.Michael and his team oversee the firm’s meal program and all caterin gand special events. With 500 employees in the office and dozens of client meetings and special events each month, this is no small task.
DLA worked with Seamless to create a set of rules that would govern when and how employees could order food. Each and every one of DLA’s 500 NYC-based employees was given a username and password. Everyone was free to log-in and order their own meals. Everyone was also assigned to a specific budget group. These budget groups are based each person’s role at the Firm and can accommodate different spending limits and permission levels. As Michael notes, “right away, Seamless gave us the power to enforce our rules,but still be flexible so people get what they need. It’s a win-win.”
Throughout the industrialized world, healthcare systems are in crisis. Aging populations and skyrocketing costs are putting unprecedented financial and organizational pressure on healthcare providers and payers. The result is often a decreasing level of care. In response, fundamental changes are taking place. Patient-centric systems are evolving in which the patient's well-being and the responsibility for good health are defining treatment and operational policies.
View to this webcast and learn how Memorial Health System, a 500-bed hospital system in Colorado Springs, Colorado, has recently implemented a portal strategy based on IBM WebSphere Portal and Lotus Web Content Management that allows them to quickly and securely provide online capabilities for their external and internal user constituencies.
Many healthcare providers have gone through several challenging years of organizing their electronic records systems. And during that time, consumer-driven healthcare has gained momentum. This executive brief explains how an IBM WebSphere Portal software–based solution can provide a flexible and valuable long-term solution compared to other options, with personalized user experiences that help deliver agile, security-rich access to relevant information.
Get this free white paper to read why mass casualty and other public health emergencies create a demand for information within hospitals, between hospitals, between hospitals and local incident command centers, and between local, statewide and multi-state incident command centers and agencies.
Published By: SpringCM
Published Date: Dec 06, 2006
A New York based psychiatric hospital maintains a record system to manage basic data entry and patient information. However, the organization did not have a central source for patient records, accompanying doctors’ notes, x-rays or other relevant information. Download this case study and learn how they overcame this challenge.
Published By: Blue Lane
Published Date: Aug 31, 2007
Needing to implement a patch management solution to comply with SAS 70, Davidson found the solutions on the market lacking. They either required significant resources to test all patches, or were expensive automated solutions. Then, Davidson learned about Blue Lane Technologies, a concept that Davidson loved.
Baylor Medical Center at Frisco (BMCF), outside of Dallas, Texas, is one of approximately 100 hospital facilities run by United Surgical Partners International (USPI). In this large system, BMCF is known as the most profitable medical facility in the entire USPI system.
Healthcare Management Solutions (HMS) is an industry leader in outsourced revenue cycle management for hundreds of healthcare industry clients. Its client base includes large for-profit and not-for-profit integrated healthcare delivery networks, stand-alone hospitals of all sizes, physician groups and managed care organizations of all types.
This webcast features a conversation with Tom Lentz, Manager of IT and Finance for the Facilities Department at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD/USA. 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: Workday
Published Date: Aug 07, 2018
This e-book features 10 must-read articles on the rapidly evolving world of supply chain published by Becker’s Hospital Review. Articles cover a range of topics, from new entrants pushing into healthcare to how new business collaboratives are shaking up conventional distribution models.
Published By: Siemens
Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
Researchers in the occupational electrical medical emergencies show that in a six-year period 32,840 serious but non-fatal injuries occurred, some 60% involving electric shock and 40% involving electric burns. Obviously, the electric shock injuries occurred in relation to low voltage equipment since electric shock in relation to medium voltage equipment is as a rule fatal. It is reported that in the U.S., annually about 2000 arc burn related injuries occur and require hospitalization. Thus, the impact of such injuries on workers becomes a major concern in itself, beyond the economic aspects which are not to be ignored.
Millennials ermöglichen eine signifikante Chance für Hoteliers und Gastronomen und diese Studie: „Millennials und Hospitality: die neu Definition von Service“ gibt Ihnen die Informationen, wie Sie die Erwartungen diese Zielgruppe erreichen können.