The University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center IT team recently completed a large-scale effort to migrate more than 75 million pages of scanned medical records documents, bringing hosted solutions back in-house and saving the hospital more than $1.8M in HIM hosting fees.
Whether being pulled by government mandates or pushed by the need for better interoperability and care coordination, hospital executives are feeling the pain and searching for solutions to these and other issues that threaten their profit and viability.
With a new found focus on EHR systems, the community is poised for a restart and reset. That leaves many questions and concepts unanswered, but it does show promise for clearer and more efficient strategy. Join DoD/VA EHR Integration and Interoperability to gain knowledge on this conversion process to understand the future of electronic healthcare records.
OpenText Fax Appliance A102 and A104 are designed specifically to help small businesses and departments within larger organizations send and receive faxes without paper, at low cost, straight from the desktop.
As reimbursement and incentives increasingly shift from traditional fee-for-service to a shared savings model, providers and payers need to optimize the transition. Building an IT infrastructure that allows you to continue using existing systems in today's fee-for-service world while enhancing communication, coordination, and reporting for tomorrow's shared savings world is challenging and time consuming.
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