How COVID-19 will Change the Face of Digital Learning for Healthcare IT

It’s hard to imagine looking for the bright side of COVID-19 as we continue to adjust our lifestyles to reduce the spread of this virus. However, it’s worth considering how the unique variables of this unprecedented time may impact our future in unexpected ways. The embracing of virtual communication in light of social distancing and stay at home orders has brought unexpected demographics “online,” often for the first time ever. Elderly couples have learned the ins-and-outs of Zoom to stay in...

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The Benefits of Healthcare IT Staff Augmentation for Acute Needs

Despite the influx of federal funding in response to COVID-19, it’s a mild understatement to say that the state of employment and life in general is uncertain and disrupted. Speculation abounds around what life will be like when normalcy resumes: Will telehealth and telecommuting continue? How long will we wear masks and clear the shelves of sanitizer? When will we really be on the downslope of the illustrious curve we’re all trying to flatten? So much is yet to be seen, but one clear solution...

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The Importance of Patient Data Archival in the Era of COVID-19

Currently, we are experiencing the important need to fight and reduce the spread of COVID-19. Appropriate testing and collection of the right clinical and other information is vital for the treatment and spread of the virus. Conducting the right tests on infected individuals will help in shaping the treatment for the patient, enabling the isolation of those infected and drastically help in the identification and allocation of the right medical professionals.

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How we can Leverage Epic to Drive COVID-19 Immunity Tracking

While we still in the mindset of reducing the influx of Coronavirus cases to give healthcare workers the opportunity to keep up, it’s worth thinking ahead to our next move: tracking COVID-19 immunity to help restore our economy. Many hospitals and practices throughout the country are still struggling to even test for Coronavirus in populations outside of first responders and patients presenting with the greatest distress (which is not to speak of the backlog in getting those results reported),...

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KLAS Report: 314e has the Most Satisfied Customers for Technical Services

PLEASANTON, California, April 29, 2020 -- 314e Corporation, a leader in healthcare information technology services and solutions, has the most satisfied customers, according to a recent KLAS report for technical services. The special report released last week provides insight, based on client feedback, about healthcare IT firms who provide technical services to healthcare providers.

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How Training Initiatives Helped Empower and Prepare Baylor Scott & White Health for COVID-19 (Part 3)

Part 3 of 3: Jerrie Rankin, VP of Operational Informatics with Baylor Scott & White Health and Nicholas Edwards, Senior Manager Enterprise Technical Training and Support, Baylor Scott & White Health join CHIME Media for a podcast to talk about how training initiatives helped empower and prepare their teams for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How Training Initiatives Helped Empower and Prepare Baylor Scott & White Health for COVID-19 (Part 2)

Part 2 of 3: Jerrie Rankin, VP of Operational Informatics with Baylor Scott & White Health and Nicholas Edwards, Senior Manager Enterprise Technical Training and Support, Baylor Scott & White Health join CHIME Media for a podcast to talk about how training initiatives helped empower and prepare their teams for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How Training Initiatives Helped Empower and Prepare Baylor Scott & White Health for COVID-19 (Part 1)

Jerrie Rankin, VP of Operational Informatics with Baylor Scott & White Health and Nicholas Edwards, Senior Manager Enterprise Technical Training and Support, Baylor Scott & White Health join CHIME Media for a podcast to talk about how training initiatives helped empower and prepare their teams for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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EHR Go-Live Support from a Distance of Six Feet

It’s safe to say that the preferred method of Epic go-live support as at-the-elbow (ATE) assistance for clinicians is not going to be common practice right now. Nevertheless, existing Epic implementation efforts will need to continue where possible, albeit in a modified manner. Given the current strain on healthcare providers and administrators as they deal with COVID-19, some hospitals may opt to delay healthcare IT initiatives, while others may find themselves needing the anticipated...

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3 Aspects of Epic Implementation that Could be Impacted by COVID-19

It’s safe to say at this point that there is no aspect of our collective lives that has not been impacted by COVID-19. Schools are closed and work methods as we know them have drastically changed. We’re being ordered to stay in our homes by local officials and droves of people are overwhelming the healthcare system across the globe with this novel strain of the virus. No industry seems to be untouched, but healthcare is certainly taking the brunt. While those on the frontlines fight to stay...

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