Hospital management & administration

Almost half of healthcare visits are to emergency department Why?

Emergency departments (EDs) play a significant role in U.S. health care, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. EDs deliver 47.7% of medical care, and that number rises dramatically when looking at marginalized populations. The study, published in the International Journal of Health Services, looked at medical

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Zoeticx Streamlines Healthcare System Connectivity For Government And Private Insurers Covering Annual Wellness Visits

Posted October 17, 2017 by admin in Latest News   Back to Latest News Zoeticx Streamlines Healthcare System Connectivity for Government and Private Insurers Covering Annual Wellness Visits Zoeticx, Inc ., the developer of medical software that bridges the gap between medical data and quality patient care, announced today it has launched ProVizion Wellness, a cloud

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5 key components to effective emergency management

Natural disasters cause nearly 500 deaths annually in the US. Unfortunately, healthcare facilities continue to fall short in disaster planning and preparedness. This lack of preparation creates the potential for serious ramifications, putting staff, patients and the financial security of the hospital at risk. In this guest post, Scott Cormier, VP of emergency management, environment

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How your hospital can avoid ransomware attacks & safeguard patient info

Tech attacks have become even more common in recent months for healthcare organizations and hospitals. In fact, hundreds of thousands of computers and systems have been brought down by ransomware, and this trend is poised to continue. Cyberattacks like WannaCry have exposed vulnerabilitiesin many operating systems that must be addressed by IT departments.

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Impact of Scribes on Physician Satisfaction, Patient Satisfaction, and Charting Efficiency

PURPOSE Scribes are increasingly being used in clinical practice despite a lack of high-quality evidence regarding their effects. Our objective was to evaluate the effect of medical scribes on physician satisfaction, patient satisfaction, and charting efficiency. Scribes drafted all relevant documentation, which was reviewed by the physician before attestation and signing.

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