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White Papers for Healthcare Information Systems and Technology

  • Enhanced IDManageBy

    For many organizations MPI management processes are largely manual, relying on rudimentary reports and spreadsheets as the primary tools for problem identification and tracking. Unable to invest in advanced technology solutions, these organizations struggle with labor-intensive, time-consuming,...
  • The Rehabilitation Nursing Contribution to Value-Based Purchasing for Post-Acute CareBy

    What does the future of Rehabilitation Nursing look like? What barriers will stand in the way? Old habits and historical practices play a role in the resistance of changes on the homefront. It's time for every healthcare organization to face the facts that nursing support for the delivery of...
  • Case Study: UNC Department of RadiologyBy

    The Department of Radiology needed an application capable of multi-facility input that would parallel the existing interpretation. Such a system would require multiple capacities: 1) ease of use and configuration; 2) adaptability to variable case volume; 3) minimal start-up cost; 4) a low-impact...
  • IAM: From Rquirements to RealizationBy

    Identity & Access Management(IAM) is increasingly being deployed in organizations. This stems from the recognition that a forward-looking approach to Identity & Access Management is crucial to achieve cost savings. Organizations that implement IAM solutions go through various stages of...
  • Introducing Exploratory TestingBy

    If you've been taught that the software testing process must include a complete set of detailed test documentation, or that an explicitly defined set of expected results must accompany each step in a testing plan, you should read this white paper.
  • Enhancing Patient Care and Physician Efficiency through EHR AdoptionBy

    Many healthcare professionals focus on the financial implications and changes in workflow associated with adopting electronic health records (EHRs), often underestimating the positive impact the technology has on the quality of patient care. Using an EHR has been shown to significantly reduce...