"Workday has been named the top-ranked ERP system for hospitals and healthcare organizations in the “2019 Best in KLAS: Software and Services” report by KLAS Research. In addition, we’ve been selected as a Category Leader in Talent Management.
We’re honored to be recognized for the second year in a row as the leader enabling healthcare providers to improve efficiencies, reduce costs, and deliver quality care.
And we wouldn’t be here without our customers. Learn more about how how their feedback contributed to our top rankings."
"Healthcare payers and providers are under increasing pressure to:
- Provide and report on quality of care across their population
- Embrace new innovations faster
- Reduce costs across the organization
- Use consumer-friendly digital technology
Explore this actigraphic to see if your organization is on the right track for tackling these challenges."
Big changes are coming to the healthcare industry. Nurses and doctors are retiring at a record pace, just as more women than ever are entering medical school. The shift will result in hospital workforces that will be younger and predominantly female, resulting in greater risk for conflicts between work and families. Download our eBook to learn how dependent care programs help top healthcare providers around the country avoid costly absences and support critical talent goals.
Healthcare technologies have proven their worth for practitioners and facilities in increasing the quality of patient care while saving time and streamlining operations.
In some cases, however, the benefits of these technologies are outweighed by their impact on the network, slowing network performance sometimes to the point of ineffectiveness.Software-defined networking can be the bridge to help healthcare providers update their networks and avoid disruption. SDN helps organizations save money on networking infrastructure, reduces the complexity of managing networks, enhances security through added intelligence and simplifies compliance, among other benefits.
1. Meet the new healthcare consumer
The consumerization of healthcare, major demographic shifts, and the migration
to mobile and social media are tilting the balance of power away from traditional
healthcare marketers and into the hands of potential patients.
2. Online reputation is the new competitive frontier for marketers
Healthcare brands are no longer controlled by marketers. Patient feedback about
doctors and facilities online is leading to total market transparency for healthcare
consumers. CG-CAHPS surveys only go so far in providing social proof.
3. Healthcare branding is becoming hyper-local
In the search for providers, all branding is local – at the level of individual
practitioners and facilities. Proliferating points of presence on the web make this
a challenge that requires technology. But healthcare marketers who scale online
review volume and quality will be rewarded with higher search visibility.
4. Business implications
Online ratings and reviews stand between everyth
Published By: Cohesity
Published Date: Mar 19, 2019
Piedmont HealthCare (PHC) is the largest physician-owned and directed
multi-specialty medical group in North Carolina, providing comprehensive
healthcare for the entire family. The provider has more than 50 locations
throughout the state of North Carolina, with more than 200 physicians
and providers, and over 1,000 employees.
Piedmont HealthCare is headquartered in Statesville, North Carolina and
is committed to deliver innovative medical care for the community across
multiple specialties in three counties.
Coding errors are common--and costly. There were $2.91B in OIG investigative recoveries for FY18 alone. Hospitals need to catch coding errors prior to billing, or risk heavy fines, legal issues and even a damaged reputation. What if you could catch coding errors prior to billing? PwC SMART increases the efficiency and effectiveness of inpatient and outpatient coding quality evaluation process, and enables a mechanism for quality and compliance review. See how SMART led to $1.8M in net reimbursement impact for a network of independent healthcare providers in New Jersey, and learn more about the inpatient and outpatient solutions.
In today’s rapidly evolving healthcare environment, providers are faced with more challenges than ever when running acute rehabilitation programs. From treating the right patient at the right time to costly reimbursement battles, there is no shortage of issues that can interfere with delivering the best level of care. Addressing these problems is especially urgent when it comes to treating highly acute patients. To succeed, providers must learn strategies for overcoming the two most daunting obstacles: patient access and reimbursement. This guide examines the best practices for meeting these challenges.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Aug 07, 2018
As the healthcare industry shifts toward value-based care, organizations stand to benefit from providing an exceptional experience not only for their patients, but also for their care providers. Read the Becker’s Hospital Review ebook, sponsored by Workday, to learn how your healthcare organization can:
Boost care provider retention
Avoid common pitfalls of succession planning
Handle staffing shortages
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Jul 30, 2019
Healthcare providers today are constantly looking for ways to increase efficiency. Knowing that supply chain management can play a key role in these efforts, a more strategic approach to managing supply chain is critical. By combining transactions, analytics, and planning in a single system, Workday can help you make better decisions and contain costs. To dive deeper into how Workday supports supply chain management for healthcare, watch this quick demo.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Mar 26, 2019
How can a single cloud-based finance, HR, and supply chain system for healthcare from Workday improve all spectrums of care? View the interactive infographic to see how we help some of the largest healthcare providers and integrated delivery networks improve operations, reduce costs, and retain the best talent.
Healthcare providers are starting to realize that using electronic communication, collaboration, and social networks to keep in touch with each other and with patients can improve the quality of care they provide. However, it also exposes them to risk since the information they share on these networks has to be protected in order to meet specific regulatory guidelines, like those mandated by HIPAA. The prescription for success is to consider compliant use of these networks before and while they are being used and the technology that helps achieve that goal.
Read this paper to gain an understanding of:
What the regulatory landscape of the healthcare industry looks like
What concerns you should be aware of from a legal perspective
See how using Pure’s all flash storage in a healthcare environment can literally pay for itself in as little as 9 months! Forrester Research’s Total Economic Impact (TEI) study on how Healthcare organizations are seeing huge cost savings and increased clinician productivity using Pure Storage in their environments. This commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Pure Storage covers:
• Forrester Research TEI framework and methodology
• Analysis of key drivers for healthcare providers and their quantified impact
• Summary impact of Pure Storage on these provider environments
Few industries have seen as much change in recent years as the healthcare sector. Sweeping legislation, a new incentive structure, a raft of regulations, and an emphasis on wellness rather than mere “sick care” have altered the clinical and administrative landscapes. Oracle is helping healthcare organizations deliver great patient experiences with a cloud-based strategy that uses innovative technology to meet the needs of everybody involved in the continuum of care.
Digital healthcare is not an unattainable mirage, but is alive and well in the United States and throughout the world. The goal of digital healthcare is to use technology to efficiently manage and deliver better healthcare—providing greater value and more positive outcomes to patients at a lower cost. The cloud provides the fastest, most efficient, and most economical way to reach that goal.
Ideally, cloud technology makes the delivery of healthcare fast, flexible, and easier for everyone to use—no matter whether you’re ordering supplies, hiring an employee, or reviewing your budget. However, actual results depend on how you implement the technology and on the vendor you choose as your provider. Every healthcare organization—payers and providers—will have a different path that leads them to digital healthcare. The question is, are you there yet?
The shift to value-based care means that healthcare organizations should expand their concept of return on investment (ROI) to include the ability of solutions to increase efficiency and contain healthcare costs. Data analytics and automation capabilities have become important tools for providers aiming to maximize value-based payments. Learn from this whitepaper about the best ways for healthcare organizations to measure health IT ROI in the value-based environment, including specific examples of how certain providers are approaching this challenge.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Aug 22, 2017
Healthcare organizations are a favorite target for determined attackers. Any disruption to critical services provides a strong incentive to pay a ransom and patient medical data is highly lucrative for the information it contains.
Research finds that providers have traditionally under invested in IT security, which further compounds the problem. Read the report to learn:
• Important cyber security risks
• The impact of a data breach to your organization
• Key regulations around the globe
Published By: CodeBaby
Published Date: Nov 27, 2012
This guide reviews market drivers which are spurring innovation in benefits self-service and enrollment as well as wellness engagement. In addition, it overviews the main capabilities of the leading virtual assistant solution, CIVA benefits advisor.
Published By: CodeBaby
Published Date: Nov 27, 2012
This guide reviews some market drivers which are spurring innovation in patient engagement and wellness participation. In addition, it overviews the main capabilities of the leading virtual assistant solution, CIVA health adviser.
The central theme of industry wide adoption of EHRs is based on the concept of “meaningful use,” which by design is a metric that will connect all the moving parts of this complicated initiative into a system that communicates and delivers high-grade electronic healthcare services. To qualify as a “meaningful user,” eligible providers must demonstrate use of a “qualified EHR” in a “meaningful manner.” It is a lofty and worthwhile goal. This white paper examines the total cost of ownership for “meaningful” EHR adoption in a physician practice.
Creating competitive advantage starts with a
sound digital strategy.
In a 2017 survey of healthcare consumers across the U.S. from a representative range of demographic groups, we found that 88% of consumers begin their search
for healthcare providers online. Consumers rely on search engines and review sites
to steer their decisions about where to go for care.
What consumers read about you online heavily influences their decision-making.
Your reputation is defined at every touchpoint a potential patient has with your
doctors and organization on the web — from the doctor or location listing, to patient
rating and reviews, to finding the right doctor and reading profiles on your website.
Done well, online reputation management (ORM) enables your providers to
generate a high volume of representative reviews from the “silent majority,”
while providing valuable insights to improve patient experience, make operational
improvements and drive new patient appointments.
Brand perception begins online, with the local online reputation of doctors, clinics and hospitals.
In late 2017, Reputation.com set out to understand how consumers use the internet to look
for healthcare services online, particularly when interacting with healthcare-related ratings
and reviews. We surveyed healthcare consumers across the U.S. in a representative range of
demographic groups for answers to some key questions:
• What are consumers and patients really looking for in online reviews?
• What ratings and review factors are most important when choosing a doctor?
• What sites are most used and trusted for this information?
Findings confirmed that online reviews are an essential part of the healthcare consumer’s
decision-making. In this report, we’ll look at the key findings in detail.
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