BHS wanted to foster a culture of transparency, engagement, and accountability. It also sought to ensure that clinicians at all five hospitals worked together to develop and share best practices. Managers believed they could increase performance by disseminating information broadly and in near real time.
By Motion Computing, Inc.
In this case study pack two hospitals, a clinic, and a mental health center see major improvements in productivity and more with the implementation of tablet PCs from Motion Computing.
By Thomas M. Deas, Jr., M.D., chief medical officer, Sandlot Solutions
In the healthcare arena, there are many incredible outcomes achieved through collaboration and some colossal failures of note when partners will not cooperate. We believe firmly that effective partnerships can move mountains (or 80-ton statues on Easter Island, at the very least). However, it’s one thing to talk about collaboration and another to live it, building effective organizations that consistently deliver desired outcomes.
By Stacy Humphrey, director of product marketing, Dimensional Insight
Healthcare Business Intelligence (BI) & Analytics have been in the spotlight recently, and they will continue to be a top priority for healthcare organizations. But the focus of BI and analytics is changing — from implementation to leveraging data to drive improvements in the delivery of healthcare.
By Ken Congdon, editor in chief
Hospitals lose a ton of productivity and money each year because of unreliable or insufficient Wi-Fi communications. How can your healthcare facility optimize its wireless communications for growing EHR and clinical data traffic?
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