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Published By: Truven Health Analytics     Published Date: Nov 17, 2015
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Patient Safety Indicators (PSI) are a set of metrics that provide information on the potential for inpatient hospital complications and adverse events following surgeries, procedures, and childbirth. PSIs can be used to help hospitals identify potential adverse events that might need further evaluation, provide the opportunity to assess the incidence of adverse events and complications, and understand patient safety events on a broader level.
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Truven Health Analytics
Published By: EMC     Published Date: Sep 03, 2015
Even as the move to electronic health records (EHR) progresses in earnest, there are a myriad of challenges involving legacy data systems. Chief among these challenges is the cost of maintaining obsolete systems solely for the patient information they contain. When up to 70% of a typical IT budget is spent on maintaining the current IT infrastructure and application portfolio, organizations have little left to invest in much-needed innovation. According to a recent HealthLeaders Media Survey, many organizations are still adjusting after their migration to a new EHR system. Hospitals need to get a better grasp on all forms and sources of data that they have—and the data they don’t yet have—so that the right information can be delivered to the right individual, and in the right context, at the point of care.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Apr 25, 2017
Physicians and their patients, medical policy makers and licensing boards, pharmaceutical companies and pharmacies all must work together to stem the opioid epidemic and achieve the fundamental objectives of reducing addiction and deaths. With so many players and data sources, today’s information is partial, fragmented, and often not actionable. We don’t have the data to understand what’s happening, to adjust policy, and to motivate physicians and patients to change their behaviors. Better data and analytics can help develop better treatment protocols, both for pain in the first place and for remediation when patients are becoming dependent on the drugs.
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SAS
Published By: Hyland Software     Published Date: Jun 16, 2016
Fueled by new technologies, expanding regulations and greater patient expectations, there’s a clinical content gold rush in the healthcare market. Sources and types of clinical content grow at an exponential rate and through increasingly refined input methods, including voice and improved OCR, clinicians capture more unstructured information about their patients than ever before. Making all clinically relevant content available together, in one place seems like a simple request. Must the response be so complex?
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healthcare, technology, solutions, best practices, business management, process management, analytics, content management
    
Hyland Software
Published By: Infomatica     Published Date: Jul 15, 2015
UPMC is a cutting edge leader in harnessing the power of technology and accelerating innovation. This case study explores how UPMC was able to integrate clinical, financial, administrative, genomic and other information and use this data to: • Improve research outcomes in search of cures and other diseases • Determine the true cost of providing care with longitudinal patient records • Examine clinical practice variations to benchmark and improve future procedures • Strengthen information security, privacy and compliance capabilities
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Infomatica
Published By: GE Healthcare     Published Date: May 12, 2015
Ongoing IT system improvements are required for cardiologists and cardiovascular clinicians to enhance the overall quality of care experience.
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cardiovascular care, patient data software management, cost containment, secure data integration, analytics, workflow, productivity, billing
    
GE Healthcare
Published By: Infomatica     Published Date: Mar 05, 2014
It’s no secret—healthcare is transforming. The transition to value-based care is well underway; healthcare players are feeling the impact and each has a role to play, including you! Moving to a value-driven model demands agility from every person, process and technology. These changes are generating more data than ever, there is a lot of data, in fact IDC Global Health Insights predicted that over the next 10 years, the amount of digital healthcare data created annually will grow 44 fold. Organizations that lead the pack and succeed will be those where clinicians, business leaders and patients are empowered with access to clean, safe and connected data. Learn more about your role in putting information to work…
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healthcare, technology, business, manage data, hospitals, performance management, value based care, consumerism
    
Infomatica
Published By: GetWellNetwork, Inc.     Published Date: Nov 22, 2013
Learn how to replace your hospital’s manual process for medication teaching and see how you can greatly improve consistency, efficiency, and measurability.
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getwell network, interactive whiteboard, patient care, quality patient care, quality of care, healthcare technology, patient satisfaction, hcahps
    
GetWellNetwork, Inc.
Published By: GetWellNetwork, Inc.     Published Date: Nov 22, 2013
Learn how to improve the efficiency of your pain management workflow and see how these changes will improve the day to day tasks for your nurses allowing them to work more effectively.
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getwell network, pain management, pain management workflow, joint commission, pain assessment documentation, pain management workflow, performance improvement, managing patient pain levels
    
GetWellNetwork, Inc.
Published By: ZirMed     Published Date: Apr 03, 2013
Information allows patients to make the right decisions when planning for their care from a clinical and financial position, and helps them stay out of debt and pay off their balances sooner…improving the provider’s cash flow.
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patients, satisfaction, provider, collect, plan, products, services, information
    
ZirMed
Published By: Imprivata     Published Date: Jul 09, 2014
Efficient communication and collaboration amongst physicians, nurses and other providers is critical to the coordination and delivery of patient care, especially given the increasingly mobile nature of today’s clinicians and the evolution of the accountable care organization (ACO) model. Download to learn more!
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imprivata, economic impact, patient care, healthcare it, protected health information, phi
    
Imprivata
Published By: Actiance, Inc.     Published Date: Jan 15, 2015
Healthcare providers are starting to realize that using electronic communication, collaboration, and social networks to keep in touch with each other and with patients can improve the quality of care they provide. However, it also exposes them to risk since the information they share on these networks has to be protected in order to meet specific regulatory guidelines, like those mandated by HIPAA. The prescription for success is to consider compliant use of these networks before and while they are being used and the technology that helps achieve that goal. Read this paper to gain an understanding of: What the regulatory landscape of the healthcare industry looks like What concerns you should be aware of from a legal perspective
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electronic communications, hipaa requirements, social networks, compliance
    
Actiance, Inc.
Published By: NuView     Published Date: Jun 07, 2011
Is your HR department equipped to handle the Health Care Reform Changes? NuView is the only vendor that offers this level of flexibility and configurability designed to help you adapt to the healthcare reform changes. Download to see the changes and timeline for important issues planned during each calendar year.
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nuview, health care reform, president obama, ppaca, hceaa
    
NuView
Published By: Ciena     Published Date: Nov 15, 2016
"In healthcare, as the trends supporting eHealth accelerate, the need for scalable, reliable, and secure network infrastructures will only grow. This white paper describes the key factors and technologies to consider when building a private network for healthcare sector enterprises, including: Transport Network Equipment Outside Fiber Plant Converged Platforms Reliability, Redundancy, and Protection Reconfigurable Networks Management Software Security Services, Operation, Program Management, and Maintenance Download our white paper to learn more."
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packet networking, packet networking portfolio, packet optical hie network, packet-optical transport, patient data security, private and hybrid cloud, private optical network for healthcare, private optical network for hospitals
    
Ciena
Published By: Ciena     Published Date: Nov 15, 2016
Healthcare providers use Packet-Optical Networks to meet performance and bandwidth demands. Learn the advantages of Packet-Optical Networks.
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packet networking, packet networking portfolio, packet optical hie network, packet-optical transport, patient data security, private and hybrid cloud, private optical network for healthcare, private optical network for hospitals
    
Ciena
Published By: Ciena     Published Date: Nov 15, 2016
Healthcare providers use Packet-Optical Networks to meet performance and bandwidth demands. Learn the advantages of Packet-Optical Networks.
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packet networking, packet networking portfolio, packet optical hie network, packet-optical transport, patient data security, private and hybrid cloud, private optical network for healthcare, private optical network for hospitals
    
Ciena
Published By: IBM US Smarter Buildings     Published Date: Dec 20, 2011
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.
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ibm, asset management, hospital, health care, technology, assets
    
IBM US Smarter Buildings
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.
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siemens, hie, clinical workflows, care coordination, reduce costs, streamline communication, healthcare, patient portal
    
Siemens
Published By: Xangati     Published Date: Sep 01, 2015
If you are a healthcare professional, then you and your organization are caught between the horns of compliance and improving the patient experience. With the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) now in full effect, the days of lax enforcement are over. First-time penalties or violations can reach up to $250,000. The transition to EMR/EHR use, along with all of the systems and equipment upgrading that entails, will be done and done well – or else. Penalties can also extend to your organization’s business associates.
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performance management, information technology, cloud and systems virtualization
    
Xangati
Published By: OnBase by Hyland     Published Date: Jun 29, 2015
Manage medical imaging and documentation better by presenting patient information – in context – in one location. Read on to see how a flexible, enterprise patient viewer helps healthcare IT ensure patient and clinician satisfaction while supporting the market’s healthcare delivery and payment system initiatives.
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medical imaging, patient information, enterprise patient viewer, healthcare it
    
OnBase by Hyland
Published By: Ciena     Published Date: Jun 12, 2017
In healthcare, as the trends supporting eHealth accelerate, the need for scalable, reliable, and secure network infrastructures will only grow.
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sdn, nfv, packet networking, packet networking portfolio, packet optical hie network, packet-optical transport, patient data security, private and hybrid cloud
    
Ciena
Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Jun 15, 2017
Mobile devices help clinicians improve the quality of patient care and save lives by improving staff communication and collaboration, and by providing instant access to a wealth of mission-critical information — from real-time lab results to a change in a patient’s condition or verification of the “5 rights” of medication administration at the patient bedside. In addition, mobility also helps healthcare organizations comply with important governmental and regulatory safety standards, without tasking an already overburdened nursing staff with additional paperwork. This white paper provides guidance for planning and implementing a clinical mobility solution in today’s healthcare environment, including a five-step roadmap to help key stakeholders identify needs.
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clinical, mobility, strategy, best practices, device, save lives
    
Zebra Technologies
Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Jun 15, 2017
Dallas-based Parkland Health & Hospital implemented a Zebra technology solution to create a mobile-enabled workforce at its new state-of-the-art hospital campus. That mobile solution enabled the nursing staff to focus on what’s most important — patient care. The solution gave nurses the ability to communicate in real time, access right-now information and take the right action with that information. Parkland’s leadership was able to track all patient activities from positive patient identification and specimen collection to laboratory specimen tracking and pharmacy medication administration. Additionally, hospital staff communication with voice and secure texting, along with patient alerts and alarms—all help increase patient safety, care and satisfaction.
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parkland health, hospital, system, zebra, mobile
    
Zebra Technologies
Published By: Comcast Business     Published Date: Mar 24, 2015
New research findings, new technologies, and the evermore urgent needs for speed and cost-efficiency are converging to drive a revolution in medicine. Supporting this convergence are high-speed secure telecommunications networks, enabling unprecedented teamwork among institutions, researchers, practitioners and patients to create a new paradigm: telemedicine, the exchange of medical information via electronic communications among dispersed facilities and patients to improve patient health. Download this white paper to learn more about telemedicine.
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bandwith, ethernet communications, medicine, telemedicine, telecommunications, healthcare technology
    
Comcast Business
Published By: Comcast Business     Published Date: Mar 24, 2015
The digitization of data has empowered both healthcare providers and patients to improve how, when and where healthcare is administered, giving patients greater control over their personal health and well-being. The key to success lies in the ability to get the right information to the right people at the right time. And a crucial enabler of improved communications is the ability to transfer data across like and disparate systems through mobile technology. This was the topic at a recent focus group Comcast Business held at HIMSS14 that included healthcare IT professionals from six leading healthcare providers. The participants shared the following insights on how advancements in data mobility can engage the entire healthcare ecosystem and help improve patient outcomes. Download this white paper to learn more.
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healthcare, patient care, communication, electronic health records, remote diagnostics, mobile technology
    
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