Attachment Disorder in Healthcare: Radical Improvement without Radical Disruption

In part one of this article, I covered several aspects that, together conspire to create a process nightmare when it comes to document-based information contained within attachments. And while many efforts and desires are focused on how to rid processes of documents altogether, the most comprehensive and flexible means to transform slow, complex, and manual […]

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In Healthcare, We’re Dealing with Another Type of Attachment Disorder

Earlier this year, Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH) released their 2020 Index which measures the progress of adopting automation for a variety of administrative processes. The upshot is that billions of dollars are being saved by converting manual processes and the data they use into electronic transactions and 2019 increased savings by $20 billion […]

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How the Healthcare Documents You Use Affect the Potential for Automation

Within practically any industry, key processes hinge upon access to information and data stored within documents and it is no less in healthcare. Even with significant advancements with EHR/EMR and interoperability, use of documents continues to flourish due to a number of factors including that documents are easy to use, and changing from documents to […]

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