A. At a conference in February, I participated in a demonstration of a new patient-centric interoperability experience to show how data can follow a patient through their transition from acute to home care to primary care.
A. The quickest way is to go to the front lines of where the work is being done. This is where you’ll find large volumes of documentation that need to be completed, authorized, and passed on to the next person to work.
A. Automation is a powerful tool that helps reduce costs. What’s exciting about automation is that it saves time and therefore money—a few minutes at a time throughout the day, resulting in a bank of saved time that can be redirected to high value activities.