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Personalizing Your Communications With Physicians, Patients and Employees

January 29, 2007

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More than 600 healthcare organizations rely on Vignette healthcare solutions to electronically capture, store, manage and access critical patient information in both clinical and back-office settings. Vignette Next-Generation Web Solutions for Healthcare Vignette Next-Generation Web Solutions enable you to immediately provide vital information in a personalized fashion via any device, at any time, to all […]

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A Vision Shared

January 29, 2007

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Global Care Solutions identified in 1997 that a single integrated Total Hospital Information System (THIS) is what clinicians and administrators need for their facilities. This would provide users with optimal work flow and reliability. Since those early days, a totally integrated, single database solution that serves the entire facility’s needs was born: GCS Hospital 2000 […]

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The Clinical and Financial Transformation of Asia’s Largest Private Hospital

January 29, 2007

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Established in 1980, Bumrungrad Hospital is a recognized provider of premium private healthcare throughout Thailand and Southeast Asia. Bumrungrad is the first hospital in Asia to be accredited by the U.S.-based Joint Commission on International Accreditation. Located in central Bangkok, the hospital is a 554-bed tertiary care facility serving over 1.2 million patients annually. This […]

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Eliminating Healthcare Fraud Through Technology

January 29, 2007

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There are many types of healthcare fraud. It can be driven by healthcare and insurance providers, patients, employers or any combination of the above. Healthcare providers might make claims for services not provided, or overcharge for services they did provide. They might also submit claims for additional or more expensive services than were strictly necessary. […]

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Q and A With Marc Probst

November 13, 2005

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Healthcare Technology: Can you tell us a little bit about Intermountain Health Care (IHC) and your work there? Marc Probst: IHC is 22 hospitals, about a hundred clinics, with an annual revenue of about $3 billion a year.We have approximately 500,000 members in the health plan, and provide administrative services for about another 500,000 members.We […]

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Q and A With Micky Tripathi

November 13, 2005

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Healthcare Technology: Can you please tell us a bit about the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative? Micky Tripathi: The eHealth Collaborative is a collaborative organization backed by 34 members of every part of the healthcare delivery value chain in Massachusetts, from healthcare professionals such as physicians and nurses, therapists, to large institutional providers such as hospitals and […]

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Q and A With Wayne Thompson

November 13, 2005

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Healthcare Technology: Can you give us some background on UMDNJ? Wayne Thompson: UMDNJ is the nation’s largest health sciences university.We are New Jersey’s statewide system of health sciences education, biomedical research and healthcare. Founded in 1970 to consolidate New Jersey’s health professions education, UMDNJ has become the very core of the state’s health sciences system. […]

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Using Market Projections to Identify Growth Opportunities

November 13, 2005

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Denton Regional Medical Center Location: Denton, Texas Size: 184-bed full-service hospital operated by HCA, one of the largest health-care systems in the nation. The hospital has more than 850 employees and 250 physicians on staff. Scope and Services: A full-spectrum of healthcare, including advanced open-heart surgery and neurosurgery programs. BUSINESS CHALLENGE Located in a booming […]

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Chartlogic Case Study

November 13, 2005

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The Decision With today’s challenges facing medical practices including government mandates, lower reimbursement and cost risk management, the physicians and administrator at Dover Orthopaedics needed a better alternative for managing patient charts. So in 2001, administrator Marilyn Orr set out to find an electronic medical record system (EMR) for her four-physician practice. Another administrator, who […]

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