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August 30, 2022 | by OnPage Corporation
EHR components

The Five Main Components of a Fully Developed EHR System

The adoption of electronic health record (EHR) systems has seen tremendous growth across geographies, especially in the US. According to American Hospital Association data shared by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, over 93% of American hospitals are enabled by some form of EHR in their organization.       Implementing an EHR system … Continued

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June 10, 2022 | by Ritika Bramhe
communication in nursing

Driving Effective Communication in Nursing

Effective communication in nursing is central to providing top-quality patient care. Nurses communicate with patients to understand their health issues, and they provide them with the care and compassion needed for recovery. Accomplishing effective communication with patients directly impacts patient health outcomes, and it has far-fetched implications when carried out ineffectively. As such, effective communication … Continued

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March 10, 2022 | by Ritika Bramhe
handoff communication

Handoff Communication in Healthcare

Handoff communication occurs when a patient is transitioned from one care setting to another. Communication is central to handoffs, and clinical staff are expected to share comprehensive details about the patient’s health to the next care provider in charge. During handoff, sensitive information is passed in real time to another care provider during changes in … Continued

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January 18, 2022 | by OnPage Corporation
Patient Satisfaction

Achieving Maximum Patient Satisfaction Through Effective Clinical Communications

Judit Sharon, CEO and founder of OnPage Corporation, sits down with Healthcare Innovation to discuss how advanced, effective clinical communication systems help teams achieve ultimate patient satisfaction. How has the landscape around time-sensitive communications between and among clinicians and others in patient care delivery, evolved in the past few years? Sharon: “For decades, care teams … Continued

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October 26, 2021 | by Ritika Bramhe
Hospital Readmission Rates

Strategies to Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) scrutinizes hospital readmission rates across the U.S. each year, and it levies financial penalties on organizations that overshoot acceptable hospital readmission rates. As healthcare systems across the country embark on a journey to introduce patient-centric models to their organizations, they must align their resources with ever-changing regulations … Continued

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October 12, 2021 | by Christopher Gonzalez
Patient-Centered Care

How Patient-Centered Care Improves Patient Outcomes

What is Patient-Centered Care? The patient-centered care (PCC) model enhances the way providers interact with patients during the care delivery process. Clinicians that show compassion and empathy toward patients are more likely to achieve meaningful, positive doctor-patient relationships. Indeed, care teams that prioritize PCC have a proven approach to improving patient satisfaction and increasing patient … Continued

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September 27, 2021 | by Christopher Gonzalez
On-Call Scheduling Software

3 Things to Consider When Investing in On-Call Scheduling Software

On-call scheduling software modernizes the way healthcare administrators assign responsibilities to care team members. The software helps create an equitable workforce among care teams and eliminates manual errors during the on-call scheduling process.  Administrators can set up digital schedules to contact the right clinicians at the right time. This ensures that on-call providers quickly resolve … Continued

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September 22, 2021 | by Ritika Bramhe
DoFP

Divisions of Family Practice Adopts OnPage to Enhance Clinical Communication

Effective healthcare communication requires proper software and processes to ensure that the right person receives timely messages. Unfortunately, Divisions of Family Practice (DoFP), a large community-based network of physicians located in British Columbia, Canada, relied on a third-party answering service to connect long-term care facilities (LTCFs) with on-call providers. This ineffective communication process resulted in … Continued

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