Interoperability

Interoperability

How Providers Can Use Social Determinants of Health to Improve Patient Care

When Louisiana established its Permanent Supportive Housing program in 2008 to help reduce homelessness and unnecessary institutionalization, an independent analysis found something startling. For all of the people housed under this program, Medicaid acute-care costs fell by an average of 24% over time.1 In other words, regardless of the specific medical conditions of these individuals, […]

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Health Event Notifications, Interoperability

How Post-Acute Facilities Can Improve Workflows and Patient Care Coordination

From a care-coordination standpoint, it would be ideal if a patient’s entire healthcare journey took place in a single location. The patient’s primary care physician could take an elevator to the surgical floor and speak directly with that team about the unique circumstances of the patient’s upcoming procedure. After surgery, the acute-care staff could walk […]

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Health Event Notifications, Interoperability

Ready to Meet the New CMS Final Ruling Deadline? An Overview of ADT Notifications

In An Already Challenging Healthcare Environment, Electronic ADT (Admission, Discharge, and Transfer) Notifications Are More Critical Than Ever Brenda Hopkins, J2 Chief Health Information Officer, recently authored a number of blogs where she outlined how the current pandemic and new compliance requirements bring communication and interoperability challenges to the forefront of healthcare. These blogs reinforced […]

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Healthcare Fax, Interoperability

Three Reasons Why Cloud Fax Is Critical For the Future of Work-From-Home

In this article, we continue exploring how cloud fax and remote communications play a key role in the economic response to COVID-19. The Way We Work Has Changed: Now What? The social distancing response to COVID-19 is moving portions of the workforce away from the office and facility settings into remote or work-from-home (WFH) environments. […]

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