Extend healthcare interoperability to documents

Machines read data, people read documents

Achieving interoperability is a primary discussion point throughout healthcare — whether it’s within the walls of the ONC (Office of the National Coordinator) or splashed across the pages of health IT publications or social media. Many experts believe that a set of universally accepted standards are necessary to drive healthcare interoperability. Even if these standards are adopted and interoperability is achieved, only digital data will be impacted. What about documents? There’s little doubt that physicians and staff will continue to share documents throughout the continuum of care as a patient passes from one provider to another.

The fax machine is an ancient piece of technology that has little place in any industry, let alone one that exchanges the critical information healthcare shares. It is time to retire the fax machine.  It’s imperative that the key clinical and business stakeholders within your healthcare organization receive timely access to the documents they need to make informed decisions. Much timelier access than a fax machine can deliver.

Hyland Healthcare delivers the connected healthcare solutions that capture key clinical and business documents and link them to the core applications healthcare organizations use every day. These solutions accelerate information access and create a comprehensive patient record. We’ll be showcasing many of these solutions at HIMSS19 in Orlando, including the OnBase Referral Management solution, which makes transition of care more efficient and accountable, while producing significant financial benefits for our customers.

Stop by the Hyland Healthcare booth (#2759). I’d like to learn if you are:

  • Leveraging technology to improve business process automation efficiencies
  • Completing processes at the facility level or centralizing these tasks
  • Realizing a financial benefit from your existing IT solutions
  • Certain your current technologies offer scalability for a lower total cost of ownership?
  • Aware if your care centers participate in any preferred networks

Healthcare across the continuum continues to evolve as does its promise to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction.  It’s time to embrace innovation and leverage technology to meet these expectations.

We are looking forward to discussing how Hyland Healthcare can help.  See you in Orlando.

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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