Ian shares some HIMSS16 takeaways on optimization, quantifying success. Then, about some of the client conversations he's had around large EHR rollouts.
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Discussion covers CCM from the point of view of the patient, the provider, and then the IT team, sharing some of the different organizational approaches.
Nordic offers some of the most likely trends, but then, in addition, offers concrete actions you can take to move your healthcare organization forward. Here’s to a fantastic 2016!
Here’s a quick look at some of our most popular 2015 posts. If they’re new to you, we encourage you to give them a read, view, or listen.
What can you learn from cross country skiing that will help your EHR run more efficiently? See what the experts can do to improve your performance.
Senior Nordic Consultant Kassie Remo discusses Meaningful Use, patient engagement, and pro tips for getting all you can out of Epic’s MyChart.
Nordic Consultant Karen Hahn talks about some of the trickier parts of Meaningful Use. As a nurse with 15 years of experience, Karen has great insights ...
After ICD-10, issues range from physician documentation to more A/R days. In this video, learn how to decrease denials and improve your revenue cycle.
HIT Breakdown 11 - Epic MyChart patient engagement strategies: Buy-in, special challenges, and Meaningful Use
In this video, Nordic consultant Andrew Nordmeier talks about the benefits of using Epic MyChart and how to get clinicians and patients to take full advantage.
CMS has recently released a few new CPT codes that allow organizations to bill for transition of care management and chronic care management, which can lead to significant returns.
In today’s show we discuss the fifth, and last, step: measurement. Looking at measurement, we discover a two-pronged approach that helps healthcare providers improve patient outcomes and those processes to get there.
In this episode, we’re focused on the first seven days of cutover and, specifically, the importance of communication. Nordic consultants Nick Daar and TJ Smith continue the conversation with Josh Kalscheur.