As healthcare evolves, CFOs and business owners are continually looking for ways to increase revenue and decrease costs. In a market crowded with solutions promising to help collect bills faster and shorten the revenue cycle, evidence also shows there are proactive steps that can be taken to improve the bottom line through investing in and maintaining technology. Here are five ways technology can help improve your bottom line:
As Director of Information Security & Compliance at Keystone, Montez Fitzpatrick works every day to be sure that clients and the public are aware of new and threatening security vulnerabilities. Montez has recently updated Keystone clients and staff on a potential threat.
Chip Caraway Brings Expertise to Health IT Company’s Initiative to Expand Its Services
ST. LOUIS, MO–(February 22, 2016) – Keystone Technologies, a leading force in health IT and senior care technology solutions, announced it has hired data conversion specialist Chip Caraway as a Data Architect. The move is part of a larger initiative by Keystone Technologies to expand its data conversion services.
Jeff Bell Brings 35 Years of Experience to Healthcare IT Solutions Leader
ST. LOUIS, MO—(February 09, 2016)—Keystone Technologies, a leading force in health IT and senior care technology solutions, today announced that 35-year industry veteran Jeff Bell has joined the company as Chief Information Officer, effective January 1, 2016.
Changing with the times is not an option, and it’s becoming critical to plan ahead and implement the IT infrastructure necessary to support expanded health, care, and quality of life technology for your patients and the community. To help you navigate and prepare for these changes hitting healthcare, we’ve created a free checklist: Determining Healthcare IT Infrastructure Needs.
The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently announced its intention to begin its second round of HIPAA audits. Slated to begin in 2016, the initiative will include both on-site and desk audits and will focus on areas of poor compliance found in initial audits. Audits will cover hospitals, healthcare providers, health plans and businesses. This round of compliance audits will include 200-300 limited scope desk audits to create a sample base of covered entities to ensure HIPAA Privacy, Security & Breach Notification Rules compliance.
We are often asked what makes us different from our competition. The answer is our employees. We are so proud to have the best and the brightest on our team serving your hospitals, practices and schools. From system engineers, who created a unique cloud solution designed for healthcare to a security and compliance team, whose expertise is requested throughout the nation, our employees are our single greatest asset and make us the best IT firm to serve our community.