EHRs are a significant investment for every healthcare provider organization. As such, it makes financial sense to invest in their usability and personalization.
Once your EHR is fully operational enterprise-wide, regular upgrades and maintenance are the top priority.
Patients are the lifeblood of healthcare, moreso than ever in today’s post-pandemic world.
While COVID-19 raged, DeliverHealth introduced itself to the world. The global workforce quarantined at home.
Keeping Your Clinical Documentation Safe, Secure and Accessible: a Business Continuity Checklist For The New Now
In June 2017 a massive NotPetya cyberattack crippled clinical documentation systems worldwide resulting in weeks of dictation and transcription outages for healthcare provider organizations, and $98 million in lost revenue for Nuance.
Today’s urgent question facing hospitals and health systems is how to meet burgeoning call volumes as patients reach out, schedule appointments, and ask questions about the COVID vaccine.
DeliverHealth CEO, Michael Clark, explores the healthcare industry’s challenges over the past twelve months including shutdowns, restarts and aggressive back-to-work strategies with with Bill Siwicki, Features Editor at HIMSS Healthcare IT News.
Virtual go-live services are an excellent option to limit personnel risk while moving forward with plans to transition to a new EHR. By addressing remote assistance's unique considerations, healthcare organizations can advance safety precautions while ensuring go-live success.