Tuesday, March 21 | EHR Solutions and Operations
Voice technology has become part of our everyday lives – on our phones, tablets and even in our cars. The convenience it provides makes a task much easier. It is no surprise that this technology is frequently used in healthcare with electronic health record (EHR) documentation, but we take it to the next level with clinical documentation.
Speech recognition is shaping the EHR landscape by giving healthcare professionals a choice in clinical documentation. Enter M*Modal, a front-end speech recognition solution. By integrating with all Netsmart CareRecords, it works from any location for faster and better documentation. This can save clinicians, physicians, nurses and other users in the organization time and money.
Here are some fun facts about the power of speech recognition technology:
Using EHRs to Increase Employee Satisfaction and Retention
Monday, February 27 | Thought Leadership,EHR Solutions and Operations,Human Services
Historically, EHRs weren’t designed to improve care. Instead, much of their focus was on solving non-clinical problems, like how to bill for services or provide management reports. But more recent advances in technology are reshaping how users interact with these systems to provide better care with ease and efficiency. This can benefit your workforce at all levels and functions –– saving time, preventing burnout and increasing job satisfaction.More
Thursday, February 23 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,EHR Solutions and Operations
The pandemic may be over, but virtual healthcare is here to stay. Our industry is becoming more telehealth focused, and that's good news for you. In this recap of a previous webinar, you'll learn how integrated telehealth can increase efficiency, boost staff retention and improve your bottom line.More
Wednesday, February 01 | Human Services,EHR Solutions and Operations,Interoperability,Value-based Care
Netsmart was proud to be part of the recent AHCA Population Health Summit in Washington, D.C. featuring presentations from multiple Netsmart clients and experts including Mark McClelland, MD, PhD, former administrator of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS); and Ellen Lukins, deputy director of the CMS Innovation Center. If you were not able to attend, here are four takeaways based on the many excellent presentations and our discussions about the challenges of value-based care with long-term care executives and leaders.More