EHR data conversion is the process of taking data from a legacy electronic health record system and transferring it to a new system.EHR data conversion can either be performed manually or through an automated process. Manual data conversion carries a significant risk of data manipulation. As a result, many healthcare organizations choose automated EHR data conversion when working with large sets of data. Continue reading “Is an Automated EHR Data Conversion Right for You?”
In this data-driven age, the ability to safeguard personal information and digital business assets is critical. This is true across the business environment in general and no less so in the world of senior housing.
For any senior housing executive, a software investment will likely be a major undertaking. The software that drives business functions also helps to determine resident experience, and once purchased, it likely will be around for many years to come.
With the pace of healthcare technology, many senior living operations might feel it’s better to wait for the next big wave before surfing into investment. But when you take a look around, top providers are already speeding along and leaving stragglers behind.
Human beings seek connections with others. As a result, we have used our technological marvels to connect to one another. And just as a connected community thrives in a challenging environment, connected seniors also enjoy the benefits of greater health and wellness.
How exactly does technology connect older people, and how can those connections help to keep them healthy?
In a technology landscape that’s filled with data solution providers, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to sort through vendors, hardware, software, and services.
To make the choice even more challenging, senior care providers need to weigh the needs of residents, caregivers, and staff in order to find a data solution that will not only be effective now, but also scalable for the future.
There are numerous benefits to electronic medical records (EMR), also known as electronic health records, and these can include improved patient care, better diagnostics, and happier outcomes.
This is the era of data. With the rise of “big data,” the arrival of the “chief data officer” and the embrace of “data driven outcomes” in the business community, it becomes increasingly clear that the ability to collect and analyze has become a business differentiator.
For senior housing operators looking to maximize their investment, assisted living software and other technologies already have proven their worth. These tools can drive efficiencies, support resident health and increase satisfaction overall.
When putting together an effective technology strategy, many senior housing communities are turning to healthcare IT consultants, and for good reasons. These professionals not only understand the latest systems, but also bring with them knowledge about best practices, scalability, training, and an understanding of healthcare-specific regulations.