Duplicate and fragmented shared patient records are progressively putting patient safety at risk and afflict provider bottom lines.
Healthcare IT research firm's sweeping worldwide study reveals rapidly advancing opportunities for US-based and local tech vendors
Eight in 10 independent physician specialty practices have affirmed their confidence in specialty-distinctive electronic health record systems and robust multi-use EHRs with well-constructed specialty modules, as the more detailed aspects of fourth generation usability come into play and provider connectivity issues persist. Eleven percent of specialists seek to end chronic system replacements with flexible cloud-based and specialty-driven EHRs tailored to improve financial, workflow, clinical outcomes and satisfaction.
The health IT arm of the Department of Health and Human Services charged with coordination of nationwide efforts to implement and utilize the most advanced health information technology and electronic exchange of health information, has both providers and payers anticipating major ONC population health initiatives and government-led motivations ahead.
Medical and health system technology advisory practices remained among the least impacted, holding up better than other global management consulting industries, although a 13.9% contraction year-on-year is indicated for CY 2020.
Seventy-three percent of health system, hospital and physician organizations report their infrastructures are unprepared to respond. The survey results estimated 1500 healthcare providers are vulnerable to data breaches of 500 or more records, representing a three hundred percent increase over this year.
Hospital system and physician organizations ranked cybersecurity firms by industry client satisfaction and loyalty scores via independent key performance indicators.
Nuance maintains the highest industry client satisfaction ranking for informatics in the evolving enterprise-wide software market for front, middle and end coding & clinical document processes.
Growth in clinical documentation market is expected to reach US$5.3B by 2022 from $3.2B 2018 with a 10.3% CAGR driven by mid-RCM artificial intelligence supported solutions to reduce costs, manage unstructured data and check for billing and coding losses.
HR outsourcing in hospitals and physician groups has matured. Whether it's payroll, recruitment, data analytics or other overly stressed HR functions, a data-rich automated service underpinned by artificial intelligence is the key to successful HR transformation.
Two of three consumers revealed they will consider changing their physician and hospital providers in the coming year after learning how their health record was not shareable or available or was blocked in the past year
The industry-wide movement of radical IT housecleaning identifies gaps, redundancies, and conflicts in financial digital transformations.
Cerner is recognized as the top-rated inpatient EHR vendor for hospitals and health systems over 250 beds. Cerner also ranked highest client experience scores in Children's Hospitals, Academic Medical Centers, and in Outsourced Tech Support to hospital networks.
Allscripts is recognized as the top-rated inpatient EHR vendor for hospitals under 101-250 beds.
Evident, a member of the CPSI family of companies is recognized as the top-rated inpatient EHR vendor for hospitals under 100 beds.
Every post-acute executive surveyed insisted that interoperability tools and database access among government agencies and providers would radically improve their ability to contain COVID-19 in nursing homes
Despite the years of frustration noted in the annual Black Book EHR user surveys, ninety-seven percent of nurse respondents said they would not want to go back to using paper records.
Surgical Information Systems Amkkai achieved top ratings in thirteen of the eighteen key performance indicators focused on vendors delivering perioperative IT to ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and hospitals.
The acquisition wave of cloud-based community EHR is building momentum among small, rural, specialty and critical access hospitals.