Navigating Change in Healthcare: Insights from ROI's Experts
- Application Management
- Artificial Intelligence
- EHR Implementation
- EHR Legacy Support
- EHR Optimization
- ERP Implementation
- ERP Technology
- Event Recaps
- Healthcare IT
- Healthcare Leadership
- Human Resources
- Internet of Things
- Patient Experience
- Project Management
- Revenue Cycle
- Supply Chain
- Talent Solutions
The patient experience is a crucial part of healthcare. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning help by making sure patients are seen at the right time, processed correctly, and supported through their care. In this article, we’ll look at how AI could improve these three aspects of the patient experience.
In this article, we debunk some common myths and misconceptions about healthcare data quality and offer practical solutions for improving it.
It’s no longer news that the healthcare industry has adopted technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) to its advantage. Organizations are always trying to improve quality, reduce costs and ensure patients have quick access to care. One major technology in use is the Internet of Things (IoT). This technology involves the collection and analysis of data from various sources for business management, personalization, and practical purposes. With IoT being used more frequently, organizations should understand how they can leverage this technology to maintain high standards when it comes to patient care.
As healthcare IT systems continue to get more complex, it is becoming increasingly important for them to be implemented and maintained by trained project management professionals. As the use of technology helps reduce costs and improve the quality of care, it can also create challenges related to reduced service delivery timeframes and increased regulatory compliance pressures. The ability to manage such a complex environment is what can make or break the success of these projects.
Learn about the ways that artificial intelligence is changing the landscape of healthcare.
Organizations must make application management a priority by working closely with vendors and implementing best practices that enhance the value of their investments.
Healthcare organizations today face the challenge of adopting and implementing a healthcare information technology (IT) project that is expected to deliver clinical and financial benefits. However, navigating this journey can be difficult without the right staff.
We recently spoke with ROI’s ERP strategists about the potential pitfalls when implementing cloud-based solutions, such as Infor CloudSuite, and what organizations can do to improve their deployment efforts.
If your next technology project has a lot at stake, I highly recommend you securing a Client-Vendor Liaison to represent all organizations involved, bridging the communication gap, and helping to drive success with trust, integrity, and humility.
With this VLOG, we’ll tackle six top trends that you should know about to stay ahead of the curve.
In this article, we’ll cover the most common types of denials, a few ways to manage them, medical necessity, and how to break the cycle. Imagine the stability and financial strength your organization can gain when you take this step forward.
Interview with former healthcare CIO, Jim Cramer, and 28 takeaways from his experience at the CHIME 2021 Spring Conference.