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The Importance Of Solid Workflows For Automation In Healthcare

By The HCI Group
May 15, 2019
, By The HCI Group
May 15, 2019

There are many healthcare IT solutions and tools available these days that promise to deliver value and make lives easier for many players within a large health system or healthcare organization. A primary strategy for improving care delivery and...
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Anything and Everything EMR: Best of EMR Clinical Adoption

By The HCI Group
April 11, 2016
, By The HCI Group
April 11, 2016
, By The HCI Group
April 11, 2016
, By The HCI Group
April 11, 2016

Last week, we published the first chapter in our new blog series “Anything and Everything EMR: Best of Go-Live Support.”  If you missed the first post and would like a preview of what to expect in the series, you can still read the full blog, ...
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Revenue Cycle Management: Key Steps in Preserving Revenue Integrity During Install

By The HCI Group
July 30, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 30, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 30, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 30, 2015

The EHR Implementation Go-Live Series The biggest disruption in the RCM process is that the vast majority of charges (usually around 80%) are now actually entered by the clinicians themselves. Here is what your organization will probably look...
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Go-Live Clinical Adoption – 10 Tips

By The HCI Group
July 28, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 28, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 28, 2015

The EHR Implementation Go-Live Series In this blog post we discuss 10 tips to meeting the needs of your clinicians and physicians when implementing new technology.
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EHR Go-Live Support: 5 Steps to Build a Proactive Strategy for Optimization

By The HCI Group
July 23, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 23, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 23, 2015

After the initial Go-Live phase is over, your project will move into the optimization phase. It might feel easy to let your foot off the gas and slow down, either on issue resolution, communication or a mix of the two, but this is typically not a...
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Go-Live Adoption and Support

By The HCI Group
July 21, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 21, 2015
, By The HCI Group
July 21, 2015

The EHR Implementation Go-Live Series Adoption: Just when you thought the go-live was the last step, along comes the question of support. Not long after go-live there tends to be a revelation that supporting this new way to do business may cost...
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5 Tips to Reducing Epic Incident Call Volumes - Infographic

By The HCI Group
January 30, 2015
, By The HCI Group
January 30, 2015
, By The HCI Group
January 30, 2015

The investment in an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is substantial, yet the value, when optimized, reaches all facets of the organization.  Swinging the balance from keep-the-lights-on (KTLO) activity to that of focusing on enhancing the...
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Beyond the Clinical Service Desk: Sustaining Your EHR in Austerity | Q&A with Cynthia Petrone-Hudock

By The HCI Group
April 14, 2014
, By The HCI Group
April 14, 2014

In this interview, Cynthia Petrone-Hudock takes some time to reflect on the reasons and the need for a new approach to supporting healthcare IT applications in a way that increases efficiencies while reducing cost. If you talk to Cynthia...
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7 Keys to Successful Physician Adoption: The CPOE Perspective | Part Two

By James B. Donohue
January 02, 2014
, By James B. Donohue
January 02, 2014

We recently published the first post of our two-part blog series covering seven keys to successful physician EHR implementation. Created by those who design, build and implement order sets for CPOE, these keys should give a better path for those...
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7 Keys to Successful Physician Adoption: The CPOE Perspective | Part One

By James B. Donohue
December 18, 2013
, By James B. Donohue
December 18, 2013

Physician adoption of Electronic Health Records is reportedly well received in Western Europe. Governments there have worked closely with physicians and subsidized the costs of new technology. While in the United States the initiative enacted in...
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