The Role of Health Information Technology in Post Acute Care

Post Acute Care and Health Information Technology Introduction In the British Medical Journal post ‘The Stress of Sending Patients Home’, physician David Oliver recalls how he was publicly threatened by the relative of a patient in the supermarket. Seemingly, the patient had

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Cyber Security in Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

“Early last summer, Chinese and Indian armies clashed in a surprise border battle in the remote Galwan Valley…Four months later and more than 1,500 miles away in Mumbai….Hospitals had to switch to emergency generators to keep ventilators running amid a coronavirus outbreak

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Optimising Communication in Healthcare

In today’s world, several individuals are involved in a patient’s care journey. And all of these individuals constantly share information with the patient. Often, these micro-level interactions determine patient satisfaction. Poor interactions could lead to dissatisfied patients. Pleasant interactions could result in

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Budget 2021 and Digital Health

In the 2021 budget, healthcare has been the key focus area. With an increase of 137%, the amount earmarked for healthcare for 2021 is Rs 2,23,846 crore. Specifically, the government wants to strengthen its focus on ‘preventive health, curative health and overall

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The Role of Health Information Technology in Post Acute Care

Post Acute Care and Health Information Technology Introduction In the British Medical Journal post ‘The Stress of Sending Patients Home’, physician David Oliver recalls how he was publicly threatened by the relative of a patient in the supermarket. Seemingly, the patient had suffered from complications after he had been sent home, and the relative was

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10 Things Your Boss Wishes You Knew About Receivables Management

Account Receivables (AR) are amounts yet to be received for goods or services ordered. AR is legally enforceable claims for payments generally in the form of invoices raised by a business for the goods or services rendered to the customer.    In a hospital setting, AR could be in the form of Government Schemes and

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Cyber Security in Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

“Early last summer, Chinese and Indian armies clashed in a surprise border battle in the remote Galwan Valley…Four months later and more than 1,500 miles away in Mumbai….Hospitals had to switch to emergency generators to keep ventilators running amid a coronavirus outbreak that was among India’s worst…those two events may have been connected — as

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Optimising Communication in Healthcare

In today’s world, several individuals are involved in a patient’s care journey. And all of these individuals constantly share information with the patient. Often, these micro-level interactions determine patient satisfaction. Poor interactions could lead to dissatisfied patients. Pleasant interactions could result in satisfied patients. Consequently, for improving the patient experience, streamlining communications is essential. In

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Budget 2021 and Digital Health

In the 2021 budget, healthcare has been the key focus area. With an increase of 137%, the amount earmarked for healthcare for 2021 is Rs 2,23,846 crore. Specifically, the government wants to strengthen its focus on ‘preventive health, curative health and overall wellbeing’ for all the citizens of this country.    The 2021 budget has

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