How can you improve your bottom line? Ask Hyland Healthcare at AHCA/NCAL 2018

The AHCA/NCAL Convention & Expo is coming up quickly. With all the innovation happening in healthcare, there’s going to be a lot to talk about.

To prepare for the show, you should answer these important questions:

  • Are you leveraging technology to improve business process automation efficiencies?
  • Are these processes completed at the facility level or are they centralized?
  • Are your current technologies producing ROI?
  • Do your current technologies offer scalability for a lower total cost of ownership?
  • Are your care centers participating in any preferred networks?

Easily – and securely – share medical documentation

If you answered ‘no’ to any of the questions above, there are solutions that can help you make the transition of care with referral sources more efficient. The right solution will even produce ROI.

Patient information resides in a variety of formats and lives in a number of areas in your organization. To effectively coordinate post-acute care, your health system needs to make it easier to access and share medical records. This improves the referral process, makes patients happy, and helps you fill beds faster.

As post-acute care continues to evolve, the expectation is to care for higher-acuity patients, to produce quality clinical and functional outcomes, and improve patient satisfaction. It’s time to embrace innovation and leverage technology to meet these expectations.

To find out how, stop by booth 1838 at AHCA/NCAL 2018. See you in San Diego!

Scott Magers

Scott Magers

As the Account Manager of Post-Acute Care for Hyland, Scott Magers PT, MBA brings more than 20 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy, home health care and most recently in skilled nursing facilities. He has served on many collaborative committees between hospitals and post-acute care (PAC) organizations seeking best practice for transfer of care, care coordination and collaboration. His goal is to share these experiences and build on the OnBase platform to showcase the power of enterprise content management (ECM), business process management (BPM) and records management to help PAC providers automate paper-based processes to improve efficiencies, quality of care, and patient outcomes.

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