1. Optimizing Patient Flow To Improve Care Quality And Operations

    Patient flow may feel as if it is only a major concern for hospitals and health systems, but on a smaller scale, it can be just as impactful to the operation of clinics and private practices. Not only does poor patient flow impede day-to-day operations, but it can also impact your bottom line in a variety of ways — some of which may not even seem directly impacted. If your practice is looking fo…Read More

  2. Improve Your Processes With Professional Medical Billing Services

    In most industries, it makes perfect sense to keep billing in-house. Simple payroll software is available to help the smaller businesses, and most larger businesses can afford to pay for billing specialists. When it comes to a hospital or even a single-specialty medical practice, however, an in-house billing team may actually be a disservice. Here’s why it is more beneficial to hire a revenue cy…Read More

  3. Ready To Drive Patient Engagement? Turn To Technology – Part 2

    Technology can either be a boon or a hindrance. When it comes to practice management software, the key is not only to embrace technology, but also to choose options that will make your practice’s workflow easier. Neither your staff nor your patients are likely to use any engagement tools if they are too much of an annoyance! As we mentioned in part one of this blog series, an online patient port…Read More

  4. Ready To Drive Patient Engagement? Turn To Technology

    So many advances in technology are driven by human need (or desire). This accounts for everything from broad-spectrum issues to small annoyances. For example, we needed faster, safer ways to travel, which led to trains, automobiles, and airplanes. We craved easier, quicker means of communication, which led to the telephone, the internet, smartphones, and so many related innovations. In the world o…Read More

  5. EHR and Practice Management Software: How AI Powered Programs Are Changing Healthcare

    In our modern digital age, it is easier than ever before to share complex, comprehensive information quickly and easily. The logical assumption, from there, is that the speed with which we can share data should help reduce diagnostic errors. However, the healthcare industry still sees millions of “serious diagnostic errors” every year — more than 12 million errors a year, according to Fortun…Read More