Healthcare News & Insights

Patients, not paperwork: 3 ways to take advantage of CMS’ reduced burdens

Regulations are created for a reason – keeping patients safe and providing quality care. Today, physicians and facilities are looking for ways to reduce costs and save time, while still providing quality care. In this guest post, Larry Lacombe, VP of program development, support and FM compliance at a company specializing in facilities management, safety, […] [MORE]

Study: Cut down on interruptions for ED nurses to improve efficiency

Workflow interruptions, like unexpected phone calls, may seem like minor inconveniences that don’t significantly affect efficiency at your facility. But new research shows when nurses in the emergency department (ED) are interrupted, patient care can suffer.

Top 10 U.S. health systems — is yours on the list?

Is your hospital part of the Top 10 health care systems in the U.S.? Read on to find out.

Advanced EHRs slash ER wait times

The right electronic health records (EHR) system can have a significant impact on key measures of quality.

Hospitals find assembly-line approach saves money; improves outcomes

Some hospitals are finding that adopting a manufacturer’s approach to streamlining can benefit both patients and the bottom line.

Telehealth: Who’s using it and how

A recent survey shows most health care providers are using telehealth with some success. But getting paid for it remains an on-going battle for many.

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