Critical Content: A Focus On EHRs, ECM, & RCM

Editorial Opinion
Ken Congdon, Editor In Chief, Health IT OutcomesCritical Content Can't Be Siloed
Editor In Chief Ken Congdon discusses the interoperability strides that must be made between EHRs and other IT systems.

By Vicki Amendola, Editor, Health IT OutcomesStop Wasting Data
Editor Vicki Amendola examines how business intelligence and analytics tools can help you squeeze more value out of your health data.

Case Studies

BayCare's HIE Blueprint

Realizing that effective HIE starts within its own network, BayCare Health System has put a plan in motion that will allow its hospitals, affiliated practices, and homehealth agencies to seamlessly share patient data.

Can You Succeed Without A Mobile EHR Solution?

Having 24/7 access to the information in your EHR should be an integral part of your patient care strategy, especially if you want to retain your independence.

Don't Be Ruled By Your Forms

This NYC provider was tired of being held hostage by the costs and inefficiencies of its preprinted forms processes. A new eForms solution set them free.


EHR Role Models

Implementing an EHR isn’t easy, but these three health systems have been trailblazers in this regard. Following their advice may help you achieve your own EHR success.

Speaking Of Healthcare Revenue ...

Healthcare revenue cycle experts share their thoughts on the challenges and requirements of managing and maximizing provider reimbursement.


Empower Patients With Portal Technology

The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group (TSAOG) is a progressive, independent specialty practice that is helping to drive the development of patient portal technology, an IT initiative they feel is important to the future of healthcare.

Claims Processing Headaches Got You Down?

Automating claims processing can help providers conquer critical revenue cycle concerns, from billing accuracy to more timely reimbursement.

ICD-10: What's Next?

The ICD-10 compliance deadline may have been extended by one year, but it shouldn’t be viewed as an opportunity to procrastinate. Here’s how you should use the extra time to ensure success.