Physician credentialing isn’t the first thing people think of with blockchain, but it has the potential to fundamentally transform the process, according to David Chou and Bill Wellman.
It’s time to put an end to corporate-speak clichés, says Kate Gamble. Not just because they can create distance between coworkers and hinder productivity, but because they can be downright cringe-worthy.
If health systems really want to engage patients, they need to offer services when patients want them – not just when the office is open, says Paul Roemer.
From determining key drivers to establishing governance, there are several steps organizations must follow to ensure a successful telehealth program, says Sue Schade.
Vendors can’t be expected to create innovative solutions unless they’re able to truly understand what providers want, says KLAS’ Jared Jeffery, reflecting on data presented at the recent Utah HIMSS conference.