On today’s episode of the Making Rounds podcast, Nordic Head of Thought Leadership Jerome Pagani, PhD, sits down with Digital Health Practice Leader Kevin Erdal and Head of EHR Implementation Services Andy Splitz. They discuss the complex nature of EHR implementations, the global landscape where organizations are only now starting to move to digitization, and how imperative it is that data management is done well and with real end-users in mind.
In this edition of The Remedy, Laura Copeland, MD, of Healthtech Consultants shares a bit about the history behind Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and how learning about the indigenous history of the land on which you live and work can help guide decision making.
A recent study discovered a significant link between the safety of EHR systems and the user experience of frontline clinicians. The frustration caused by poorly designed EHRs could affect patient safety, read more from Craig Joseph, MD, in this edition of the Checkup.
In this episode of the In Network podcast feature, Designing for Health, Nordic Chief Medical Officer Craig Joseph, MD, and Head of Thought Leadership Jerome Pagani, PhD, sit down with Vice President of Care Coordination at Corewell Health West, Tricia Baird, MD.
This epidemic of burnout can impact a variety of business imperatives. It’s time to evaluate solutions and act. The EHR is the perfect place to start.
Cloud technologies have become the backbone of clinical care delivery, supporting the drive to innovate. Health systems looking to strategically transform their operations by doing ‘more with less’ are finding cloud-based transformation as a beneficial asset. Tune into the latest episode of making rounds to learn more.43
Recorded live at the 2023 Nordic Summer Social, in this episode of the In Network podcast feature, Designing for Health, Nordic Chief Medical Officer Craig Joseph, MD, and Head of Thought Leadership Jerome Pagani, PhD, chatted with UCHealth CMIO CT Lin, MD, Director of Communications and Patient Initiatives at OpenNotes Liz Salmi, and postdoctoral research fellow at the Vanderbilt Clinical Informatics Center Bryan Steitz, PhD.
The healthcare industry is approaching a period of unprecedented technological change. Advancements such as machine learning, sensor technology, and telehealth have already changed how we think about and deliver care, read more in the latest edition of Office Hours with Jerome Pagani, PhD.
As the decisions that patients have to make about their health involve a plethora of nuanced questions, leveraging shared decision-making can ensure that physician recommendations are balanced with patient preferences and values.
In this edition of The Remedy, Laura Copeland, MD, of Healthtech Consultants paints the picture of the healthcare system of our dreams.
In the latest episode of the In Network podcast feature Designing for Health, virtual primary care physician and chief medical information officer at Sutter Health Matt Sakumoto, MD, joins Head of Thought Leadership Jerome Pagani, PhD, and Chief Medical Officer Craig Joseph, MD. They discuss harnessing emergent technologies as a crucial element in increasing the quality of care and patient engagement.
In this edition of the Checkup, Craig Joseph, MD discusses the balance between leveraging technology for physicians while prioritizing social interactions.
In the latest episode of the In Network podcast feature Designing for Health, Karim Jessa, MD, joins Head of Thought Leadership Jerome Pagani, PhD, and Chief Medical Officer Craig Joseph, MD, to share his perspective on the Canadian healthcare landscape, including how the industry differs from that of the U.S., the state of its IT, and how its physicians interact with the EHR.
Margin improvement transformation: An additional 1% increase in margin improvement and still growing
The second phase of Nordic's transformative engagement with Lawrence General Hospital helps achieve revenue goals and increase margins.
In the latest edition of Office Hours, Jerome Pagani, PhD shares that health systems need to think holistically about their role in the health ecosystem, how to attract and retain patients, and how to align cost and quality that matches the increasingly empowered health consumer.
Fragmented care in Canadian health systems was exacerbated by COVID-19, causing a direct impact on patient/physician relations. Kristina Garrels of Healthtech, discusses recent strides made and the overall need for #data delivery in an accurate and concise fashion.
Dr. A Jay Holmgren, assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at UC San Francisco, joins Dr. Jerome Pagani and Dr. Craig Joseph in the latest episode of the In Network podcast feature Designing for Health.
Katherine Sager (Executive Vice President, Staffing Services) shares how the right strategic partner can help you navigate the complexities of finding and placing highly skilled, experienced professionals.
Compared to nations with similar economies, progress notes in the U.S. are extremely voluminous. In this edition of the Checkup, Dr. Craig Joseph dives into the perils of note bloat and what’s needed to course correct.
In this episode of In Network’s podcast feature Making Rounds, Nordic Head of Thought Leadership Dr. Jerome Pagani sits down with Nordic’s Digital Health Practice Leader Kevin Erdal and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Craig Joseph to discuss recent strides in generative AI, the promise it holds, and if the hype around it is warranted.
The need for efficiency has gained urgency as pressure is added to health systems and IT services are the first to be cut. In his latest blog, Paul Slaughter advocates for a comprehensive managed services strategy to transform care delivery.
Strengthening financial sustainability and enhancing business operations is key to delivering high-quality care. Learn more in our latest infographic.
The latest episode of the Designing for Health podcast features Jiva.ai CEO Dr. Manish Patel, along with hosts Dr. Jerome Pagani and Dr. Craig Joseph to talk about AI, the founding of his company, and how AI can and will revolutionize the healthcare industry.
Healthcare leaders prioritize high-quality patient experiences, but patients often find healthcare encounters inconvenient, inconsistent, and confusing. Digital front door strategies improve access and health equity.
In this episode of In Network’s podcast feature Making Rounds, Nordic Head of Thought Leadership Dr. Jerome Pagani sits down with two of Nordic’s Practice Leaders, Abby Polich from Implementation and Wally Ward from Performance Improvement.
Nordic experts share high-level strategies to minimize the financial and operational impact of Medicaid unwinding. Read now!
Care delivery models must adapt to the pressures that have created a feed-forward loop of bad staffing ratios and heavy workloads, resulting in historic workforce exit rates, according to Dr. Pagani.
This edition of The Remedy reviews a brief history of the hospital IT department, digital health’s current state as partners in care, and what the future could hold for health IT.
On the latest episode of Designing for Health, hosted by Dr. Craig Joseph and Dr. Jerome Pagani, the vice president of consumerism at Memorial Hermann Health System, Denise Worrell, joins the podcast.
Kristina Garrels, associate CMO at Healthtech Consultants, discusses the necessity and benefits of having a strong relationship with technology in her latest blog.
IT has long been treated as a commodity in healthcare when it should instead be a strategic asset to optimize and transform the organization, leading to innovation, cost savings, and patient satisfaction.
Pressure on the healthcare industry continues to be exacerbated by the prevalence of chronic diseases. President of Managed Services, Paul Slaughter, breaks down a command center approach to relieve system pressure.
The latest Designing for Health podcast features Dr. Alison McCoy of Vanderbilt University's School of Medicine. Tune for her conversation with Dr. Craig Joseph and Dr. Jerome Pagani about customized workflows for patients, the value of real-world observations, and more.
The knowledge currently behind AI is wide but not deep. The words are there, but true understanding hasn't reached its full potential.
The latest episode of the Designing for Health podcast features John Whalen, along with hosts Dr. CraigJoseph and Dr. Jerome Pagani. Our guest supports designing with the brain in mind to create a better healthcare system for patients and clinicians.
This week’s Designing for Health podcast features Vanderbilt Medical Center's Dr. Adam Wright. Dr. Wright brings his self-developed EHR expertise to the table for an insightful conversation with Dr. Craig Joseph and Dr. Jerome Pagani.