As healthcare organizations develop strategies to comply with federal mandates and succeed in the new environment, wireless is one of the emerging technologies that can enable organizations to meet their clinical and business objectives, especially in this era of having to do more with a finite set of resources.
By Drew Borland, Manager, Architecture and Research, Wellcentive
A quality program (or Clinical Quality Improvement program) is a collection of healthcare quality measures/metrics grouped together and applied for a meaningful purpose, to evaluate and/or incentivize an entity to improve clinical and/or financial outcomes. The main purpose of a healthcare quality program is to assess performance as it relates to controlling costs and to create an environment that incentivizes participants to adhere to the quality standards.
People expect more from healthcare providers than of any other type of public institution. As understandable as this is, it places hospitals under tremendous pressure. How can you meet your targets in a real world of budget constraints and staff shortages?
Zebra's QL family of direct thermal mobile printers has built a highly satisfied following through its proven drop-resistant durability; user-friendly, productivity-boosting features; and easy integration.
The Physical Records Management module treats records and content equally, enabling users to store, manage, and retrieve content regardless of location or type.
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