Thought Leader Podcast Series: EHR Value & Sustainability


In this episode of our thought leader podcast series, I chat with John Haffty, CEO of Navin, Haffty & Associates, on the importance of EHR value & sustainability in the vendor selection process. With extensive experience helping healthcare organizations maximize the value of their EHR, John shares his insights into how to make a wise EHR investment.

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Topics: Value, Sustainability, Podcast, Healthcare IT

Special Feature Podcast: MEDITECH AVP discusses the future of healthcare IT on Healthcare de Jure


As an EHR vendor, it’s our responsibility to know where the industry is going and why. We drive innovation in the healthcare IT space so we can provide the tools clinicians need to care for their patients. The healthcare spectrum is complex, and we know that our technology has to provide interoperable data across care settings.

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Topics: Podcast, Transformative Technology, Healthcare IT

Finite vs. Infinite: Learning Gameplay at MGMA18


Over the past year, we’ve seen the term ‘gameplay’ popping up in more and more places. People seem to be quite taken with the notion that the logistics and patterns surrounding games and their rules can be applied to business, politics, and everyday obstacles. As I would discover at the 2018 MGMA Annual Conference, gameplay can tell us a lot about how to succeed in healthcare today.

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Topics: Healthcare IT, Industry Leaders, C-level

What the proposed 2019 MACRA changes mean for you


Developing standards for healthcare is nothing new — in fact, you could say the concept of identifying quality measures started in the early 17th century, when a Hungarian Doctor, Ignaz Semmelweis, championed handwashing in his clinic.

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Topics: MACRA, Healthcare IT, Patients, Government Regulations

How do doctors want to spend their free time? [Video]


It’s up to EHR vendors to create solutions that make doctors’ work easier, and give them some much-needed time back. But what doctors do with that time is up to them — so we asked members of our Physician Advisory Committee to share how they like to spend that extra time they’re getting back from their MEDITECH EHR.

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Topics: Healthcare IT, Physician, Video

Tips and lessons learned for a successful clinical EHR implementation

Posted by Leah Farina, Vice President, MEDITECH on July 10, 2018

An Electronic Health Record (EHR) implementation is so much more than just an information technology project — it's a vitally important transformation that impacts every clinician and staff member within a healthcare organization.

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Topics: Implementation, EHR, Healthcare IT

Q&A: How women can lead the way toward healthcare IT’s future

Posted by Tracy Gavel, Editor, MEDITECH on June 19, 2018

In this age of #MeToo, more organizations are now grappling with power structures that often have not welcomed many women and minorities at the head of the decision-making table. A 2017 study by Rock Health estimated that women make up only about 23 percent of the executive leadership at Fortune 500 healthcare companies, even though they comprise nearly half of the U.S. healthcare labor force.

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Topics: Healthcare IT, Industry Leaders

Winning Partnerships: How to make rural IT hosting relationships work


The challenges faced by rural healthcare organizations today — Critical Access Hospitals in particular — are truly daunting. Many never fully recovered from the economic downturn and most continue to experience provider shortages while caring for an increasingly older and more chronically ill population.

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Topics: Healthcare IT, Health IT, Interoperability

How nurses can immunize your organization against cyberattacks


Every day, nurses collect and analyze information to ensure that patients are getting the right care at the right time. That same preventative approach is critical to improving cybersecurity at the point of care.

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Topics: nurses, Security, Big Data, Patient Safety, Healthcare IT

5 ways hospitals can improve stroke outcomes


Improving stroke outcomes is all about recognizing stroke symptoms FAST and cutting the time between symptom onset and treatment. Ischemic strokes, which account for 88% of all stroke cases, leave patients with only a small three-to-four-and-a-half hour window in which they can receive medication, without suffering potentially permanent disability. When it comes to these patients, there is literally no time to lose.

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Topics: Healthcare IT, Nurse, EHR, How to, Lists

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