How a Point of Care solution can boost both nursing efficiency and engagement


Take a moment to think about how many demands we make of our nurses. We’re constantly asking them to do more with less. Care for more patients in less time. Improve the quality and the safety of the care they’re providing, while simultaneously asking them to be more efficient.

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Topics: Nursing, Transformative Technology

Why nine hospitals worked together to achieve success for their patients


When Kelly Del Gaudio started working at Galen Healthcare Solutions, her interest in clinical optimization drove the direction of their MEDITECH consultancy offerings focusing strongly on rule driven clinical workflow redesign.

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Topics: Healthcare IT, Transformative Technology

MEDITECH’s Top 5 Blogs of 2018


What a year it’s been! On the MEDITECH blog, we’ve been lucky enough to connect with industry thought leaders and healthcare innovators on important topics such as new government regulations, interoperability, and the future of nursing. We hope that you’ve enjoyed reading and learning with us, and we’re excited to see what’s to come in 2019!

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Topics: Industry Leaders, Healthcare IT

MEDITECH celebrates 50 years of bold innovation [VIDEO]


Reaching 50 years is an outstanding achievement, and all of us at MEDITECH couldn’t be prouder. To celebrate this milestone, we’ve put together a video to give you a sense of who we are — a diverse group of innovators who share a personal investment in caring for others.

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Topics: C-level, Health IT

How to implement a successful care transition


In 2014, there were 28 million patient discharges in U.S. hospitals. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services estimates that in 2017, six million senior citizens were readmitted to hospitals, which cost an average of $15-20 million.

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Topics: Nursing, Patient Safety, Care Coordination

The latest technology in health care

Posted by Michele Wojciechowski on December 4, 2018

MEDITECH Associate Vice President Cathy Turner was featured in Minority Nurse's blog called "The Latest Technology in Health Care." Turner, along with other industry thought leaders, gives her take on what technology is coming in the not-too-distant future and how it will impact nurses. 

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Topics: Nursing, Healthcare IT, Patients, Transformative Technology

A New Twist on ‘An Apple a Day’: Reflections from Becker’s Revenue Cycle Conference


At a time when financial pressures could lead to more hospital closures, it’s no surprise that the Becker's Hospital Review 4th Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference drew a full audience, to explore how our industry is responding to the growing demands of the patient as consumer.

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Topics: Industry Leaders, Health IT, Patients

5 blogs from home care and hospice thought leaders


As National Home Care and Hospice Month draws to a close, we’re looking back on the home care blogs that have captured the attention of our readers. If you missed them the first time around, or simply want to refresh your memory, check out our five most popular home care and hospice blogs:

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Topics: Home Care, Nursing, Hospice

Understanding what matters most to hospice patients


The transition into hospice care is a sensitive time for patients and their families. I’ve spent the entirety of my career working in one form of home care or another, including 28 years spent in various roles within home health and hospice.

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Topics: Home Care, Nursing, Hospice

How the MEDITECH mobile app transformed home care for Kalispell Regional [Video]


Delivering effective care to homebound patients carries a number of challenges — from scheduling aides to providing up-to-date care instructions to transmitting information back to the doctor’s office or hospital.

In facing these challenges, Kalispell Regional Healthcare (KRH), a network of three hospitals, 32 clinics, and 20 affiliated outreach clinics in northwestern Montana, weighed the benefits of a new system with the potential costs.

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Topics: Home Care, Video, Care Coordination