COVID-19


How health systems use Diagnotes to manage response to COVID-19 variants

As COVID-19 variants continue to disrupt healthcare, health systems are using the sophisticated clinical collaboration and telehealth features of Diagnotes to facilitate the screening and treatment of patients and reduce the risk...

After COVID-19, texting drives patient satisfaction

COVID-19 changed patient communication preferences from phone calls to digital communication such as texting, according to research by SR Health. “Why the switch from phone to digital communication? Patient comments suggest digital...

The COVID19 clinician deficit: handling the impact

The United States will see a shortage of nearly 122,000 physicians in both primary and specialty care by 2032, according to data published by the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges). An article...

How hospitals are responding to the COVID-19 nursing shortage

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated a pre-existing nursing shortage. Increased burnout has led to more staff turnover, which in turn has led to even more stress on nurses. In the article Clinician...

5 ways to reduce time and data gaps in incident command

Hospital bureaucracy serves a purpose—to determine and enforce standards in care, expenditure, operations, security, etc.—but incident command teams need to accelerate action to minimize the harm of crisis and maximize effective outcomes. ...

Diagnotes plays critical role in virtual patient communications during Coronavirus crisis

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – As the COVID-19 healthcare crisis worsens in the US, health systems are faced with the issue of caring for patients with COVID-19 and those with symptoms suggesting COVID-19 while...