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How Good Is The Patient Data Security In Your Multi-Disciplinary Clinic Applications?

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

 

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Can a Primary Health Clinic survive without Data Analysis?

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

In today’s changing world of healthcare: clients’ or patients’ expectations are changing; the range of health services that clinics provide are increasing and delivering quality services efficiently with less resources is more and more demanding. The role of your IT platform and your access to accurate and real-time data analytics for clinic planning is increasingly a vital part of quality healthcare practice.

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Why Are Primary Health Clinics Slow Adopters Of Marketing?

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

Marketing has been used expertly and affectively by most professional service providers for the past 10 years. However the primary health sector, which provides critical services to all ages, have been reluctant to promote themselves and compete for more clients!

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Enterprise Multi-Disciplinary Clinics Solution Software

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

Why changes in the world of healthcare support an enterprise approach to healthcare delivery “new look” of healthcare clinics operating as an enterprise business.

Enterprise in healthcare: multi-disciplinary and multi-site; many providers working under the same banner across a network of clinics.

NEW BUSINESS APPROACH: providers move from solo practice SO overheads can be shared and the ‘one stop’ shop gives greater service to theIR patients, in the one practice.

New models: integrative medicine, wholistic OR team based, and ‘consumer-focused’ medical specialty clinics.

New payment options; concierge retainer to tailored programs

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What Is Telemedicine Technology and Why Is It Important?

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

Telemedicine is a term that both healthcare providers and their clients are beginning to hear more often, and with good reason. Telemedicine technology is becoming more widely used today, and it holds the potential to facilitate a number of important changes that are underway in today's healthcare system. We'll get into the details of what telemedicine technology is and why it is such an important element of today's evolving healthcare landscape.

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Patient Engagement: Improving the Patient-Doctor Relationship

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

Solid, trusting patient-doctor relationships, always important to quality care, have become even more so in recent years. Today's healthcare consumers simply aren't satisfied with the traditional, doctor-in-the-driver's-seat relationship that once dominated healthcare interactions. Rather, they expect a more collaborative and patient-centered relationship, one that helps them feel valued, heard, and respected as active participants in their own process of care.

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Time Is Money: Are Your Staff Hours Being Used Efficiently?

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

If you run a medical office, it certainly isn't news to you that practices of all sizes are under a lot of pressure these days, as ongoing changes in the healthcare market demand that more is done with less revenue and fewer resources. Greater practice efficiency is key to making that happen, which means streamlining the way day-to-day business is done.

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Chronic Care Management And Technology: Making Strides Towards Better, More Cost Efficient Care

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

Individuals with chronic and complex health conditions are a large and growing segment of the population today, and account for a disproportionately large portion of healthcare utilization and costs. For that reason, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of chronic care management has been an important area of focus in ongoing efforts to increase the cost-efficiency, quality and consistency of care through value based healthcare models. Here, we'll look at the role healthcare information technology can play in promoting those improvements.

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The Relationship Between Quality Reporting and Bloated Administrative Costs

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

An ongoing shift to value-based care in today's healthcare industry offers a great many important benefits to healthcare consumers, healthcare providers, payers and other stakeholders, but the transition has had its share of difficulties as well. Increasing administrative burdens for healthcare providers is one of them. A 2016 study, published in Health Affairs spoke to the impact of this type of reporting requirements on medical practices.

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The Measure That Matters For Quality and Cost Improvements: Health Outcomes

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

Over the past few decades, the use of measures of care delivered has increased; quality of life 'health outcomes' questionnaires became a useful method in assessing the very difficult area of cancer treatment management; where the impact of treatment beyond the cancer target was to be considered case by case.

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