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Can a Primary Health Clinic survive without Data Analysis?

Posted by John Kerry

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 John Kerry

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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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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Why Single Platform HIT? Because Well-Coordinated Care Requires Ready, Secure Access to Well-Coordinated Data

Posted by Sue Ellen McKelvey

Healthcare has developed into fragmented specialities of care, costs and the patient is lost in the processes.Health information technology (HIT) is more important than ever in being able to support new delivery models of delivery and value based payment reporting. Not only do providers, facilities and healthcare systems need to collect a greater amount of data and from more diverse sources, but that data needs to have integrity and be much more detailed than in the years past. And data, like new care models, must be better integrated across the care continuum – after all, fragmented data isn't conducive to fixing fragmented system.

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