To ring in the new year, we’ve made a roundup of crucial topics to help healthcare leaders focus on what’s important in 2023: their patients and their business.
It’s been a busy year for information security.
Remote access to company servers, personal devices in the workplace, and increasing demand for mobile access from physicians have created an unprecedented challenge for traditional Healthcare IT (HIT) teams, who are now struggling to meet these evolving expectations while safeguarding valuable assets.
In this blog, we take look back on three crucial healthcare IT security topics covered by our Chief Information Security Officer, Michael Johnson, in 2022, and touch on how companies can leverage these insights and technologies to protect themselves and their sensitive data in the coming year.
The rise of the digital patient, and the consumerization of healthcare technology, has ushered in an unprecedented era of new challenges and opportunities for providers.
While the future of the digital patient experience continues to evolve, one thing remains certain: adopting consumer-centric interoperability solutions will be crucial for health systems to maintain operational and financial success in the future.
Leveraging mobile applications helps patients better manage chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, and avoid costly readmission from preventable escalations.
In this post, we’ll explore how we as a healthcare IT (HIT) partner can better empower providers to improve patient outcomes and prevent chronic illnesses from escalating out of control.
Since becoming effective in January 2021, healthcare providers have, by and large, failed to embrace the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) price transparency rules. But now that CMS is seeking to levy hefty fines for noncompliance, rural hospitals are in a unique position to benefit from competitive prices and improved digital engagement.
We are proud of our partners who have maintained resiliency during these challenging times, and one example is Mille Lacs Health System (MLHS), a community-owned, not-for-profit healthcare organization in central Minnesota. By integrating HIT systems through a collaborative partnership with MEDHOST, MLHS has consistently provided exceptional care to the people of Mille Lacs County and the surrounding area, despite undergoing rapid change.
Watch the testimonial here.
To learn more about how MEDHOST can help your hospital prepare for the year ahead with innovative Health IT solutions, call us at 1.800.383.6278 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.