The shift to value-based reimbursement (VBR) entails more financial risk for providers. Successful management of the transition to VBR can only be achieved when healthcare organizations are clinically and financially integrated to ensure tight care coordination and efficient resource utilization. That level of integration requires the aid of a robust IT infrastructure to support the enterprise. This whitepaper offers the opportunity to learn about new tools for healthcare providers to manage financial challenges associated with value-based reimbursement
Waterbury Hospital implemented RES Workspace Manager to streamline workflow and improve overall clinician productivity. Working seamlessly with Citrix XenApp, RES Workspace Manager accelerated clinicians' access to their applications and eliminated old login scripts that caused significant delays for clinicians.
Give your clinicians access to a single, secure and HIPAA compliant workspace. Using their laptop, tablet or smartphone, they can quickly access patient data on the go, while you retain control of your devices.
In this web seminar you'll learn how RES Software will help to find the perfect balance between your needs and those of your clinicians, administrators and regulators. Healthcare professionals will be able to access applications and data in any system, via multiple devices and from wherever they need: operations rooms, wards, clinics or even at home, without putting compliance requirements at risk.
In this web seminar, you'll find ways to achieve better long-term results from Windows migration. Use RES Software to keep risks small, complexity low and productivity high for both you and your users.
This white paper shows how information availability solutions ensure the availability and accessibility of data and applications, regardless of planned or unplanned interruptions. They transform costly unproductive downtime into value producing uptime and help IT managers solve the challenges of automated patient care and compliance.
Clinical labs executive summary.
This section of the study is focused on understanding the business priorities, supplier satisfaction and logistics challenges of medical labs in the U.S. The results provide valuable insights and implications for both medical labs and their clinical suppliers including in-vitro diagnostics and medical device manufacturers.
The study provides the healthcare industry with insights into supply chain issues impacting medical labs, hospitals and pharmacies. We surveyed 750 participants representing executives and managers with purchasing, supply chain or materials management responsibilities for laboratories, hospitals and pharmacies. This executive summary is focused on survey responses from 100 participants representing U.S.-based medical laboratories.