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HIMSS22 Outlines Opportunities in Healthcare

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 3/25/22 11:48 AM

Time travel is still the stuff of science fiction, but after two years of a global pandemic, attending a live healthcare conference sure felt like a paradigm shift.

In some ways, the 2022 HIMSS Annual Global Health Conference & Exhibition, held in Orlando in mid-March, felt like early 2020, with in-person conversations, presentations, and networking.

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Topics: Population Health, telehealth, Patient Relationship Management, remote patient monitoring, PRISMA, healow TeleVists, remote patient management, HIMSS22, network EHR

Defense Matters: Keeping Remote Medicine Safe

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 2/17/22 5:41 PM

New technologies come with new security challenges

If you saw the end of Super Bowl LVI, you know that defense matters. With less than a minute to play, Rams’ star defensive tackle Aaron Donald barreled past two Cincinnati Bengals and spun quarterback Joe Burrow to the turf, sealing his team’s 23-20 victory.

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Topics: telehealth, telemedicine, remote patient monitoring, healow TeleVists, remote patient management, RPM

All the Ingredients for Population Health Management

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 2/10/22 11:58 AM

A complex topic will yield to a systematic approach

In last month’s opening blog in this series, we defined the field of Population Health as including “health outcomes, patterns of health determinants, and policies and interventions that link these two.”

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Topics: Population Health, ACO, PCMH, CCM, HCC, HEDIS, transition care management, remote patient monitoring, care plan oversight, Disease Explorer, Cost & Utilization Explorer

2021 eClinicalWorks Year in Review

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 12/30/21 8:00 AM

2022 is just a few days away, so we wanted to take a moment to look back at some of the things we’ve accomplished in 2021 to better our healthcare IT solutions for improving care for all.

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Topics: remote patient monitoring, healow Payment Services, PRISMA, VAMS, eCWNC21, national conference 2021, healow pay

Telehealth Is Long-Established Science Fact

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 11/4/21 11:44 AM

Delivering care at a distance has a long, successful record

Telephones, television, and teleportation were once in the realm of science fiction. OK, teleportation still is. But many things once thought impossible are part of everyday life. Why should telehealth be different?

Well, it isn’t. The future surely holds many advanced telehealth applications, but the idea of delivering care from afar — tēle is Greek for “far” — is an old one.

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Topics: telehealth, remote patient monitoring, telehealth visit, healow TeleVists

2021 National Conference: Opening a New Chapter in Healthcare IT

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 10/26/21 10:24 AM

The future is full of data

It’s safe to say that no one knows what to do with 2,314 exabytes of new data. According to statistica.com, that is roughly the amount of new healthcare data generated worldwide in 2020.

But no one has to. After all, the EHR and related systems have given the thousands who work in healthcare the tools they need to stem the data tide.

But there’s a catch: Only a networked EHR is up to the job.

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Topics: National Conference, healow CHECK-IN, remote patient monitoring, PRISMA, national conference 2021, healow pay, healow Open Access®, Robotic Process Automation, healow Meet

Targeting Behavioral Health, Remote Care & More

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 10/15/20 4:47 PM

Health centers in perfect position to make a critical difference

The COVID-19 crisis has placed enormous strain on the things that constitute community — connecting in person, discussing problems, and supporting patients with their health needs. It is natural that community health centers lead the fight against the effects of the pandemic.

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Topics: telehealth, Health Centers, healow CHECK-IN, depression screening, behavioral health, remote patient monitoring

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