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AMDIS 2021 Physician-Computer Connection

Meet us in person at the beautiful Ojai Valley Inn on June 8–11, 2021 for the 30th annual Physician-Computer Connection Symposium. Learn about the latest issues and advances in the direct physician use...
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How to evaluate the security of healthcare messaging platforms

Is your health system planning to replace legacy communications such as pagers with a messaging platform? Start with security requirements. Basic security for healthcare messaging platforms A case study published in Applied Clinical...
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The cost of clinical communication breakdowns

A study published in JAMA estimated that about 25% of total healthcare spending, $760 billion to $935 billion, could be attributed to waste. The study found waste in these categories: failure of care...
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Study shows clinical tasks completed 59% faster using mobile platform

In order to improve care team performance, many healthcare systems today are scrapping synchronous, one-way communication systems like pagers. Instead, they are integrating asynchronous communication such as mobile platforms that offer messaging...
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Growth of telehealth encourages clinical collaboration

Pandemic care has pressed some initiatives in patient care and some buttons for clinicians, too. Moves to accommodate home-bound patients through telehealth visits have accelerated, but so has adoption of modern communication...
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Enhanced video calls on Diagnotes for anyone with a mobile number

I talk to customers frequently. Across clinical functions, physicians and their teams understand that optimal patient care is complex. The more science and medicine progress, the more providers need to know. That...
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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. ...
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Doctors’ pagers finally headed to gadget graveyard

For more than half a century, doctors have stubbornly stuck by their pagers, even as other workers, from delivery drivers to nuclear-plant engineers, have given them up for more up-to-date communications devices....
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Care Team Collaboration and Communication in Times of Crisis

On Wednesday, April 15, Dave Wortman, CEO of Diagnotes, participated alongside Todd Saxton (IU Kelley School of Business), Mike Fletcher (Hancock) and Joy Lee (Regenstrief), in a webinar concerning the strategies and...
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Team collaboration during times of crisis

Team collaboration centers on delivering the best patient care, especially when time is of the essence. In the “Framework for action on interprofessional education and collaborative practice”, the WHO defines collaboration as...
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