White Papers

Telemedicine and Medicare Chronic Care Management have been getting a lot of buzz lately for good reason: significant reimbursement is available for practices that provide high-touch ongoing care to their chronic condition patients who need it most.
To achieve maximum success and profitability, practices must be efficient while providing the best care. Fortunately, technology provides tools you need to optimize your practice and convenience to patients. Learn how video visits drive efficiency.
Telemedicine reimbursement is one of the most common obstacles to telehealth integration. Review the benefits of telehealth to patients and practices, the challenges of reimbursement, and how to overcome complexities to quickly generate revenue.
Learn how the University of Pennsylvania's Health System transformed its information system via digitization. What started as an intention to reduce the paper load generated by a single patient visit, turned into a comprehensive overhaul of the hospital's medical and financial records. The end result? Dramatically increased efficiencies across all departments.
In the highly mobile health environment, care teams need fast, easy ways to collaborate with each other and their patients. While enabling anytime, anywhere productivity can inform an organization's ability to drive high-quality, low-cost health services, it must also address privacy, compliance and security concerns. This solutions brief highlights personalized, dynamic solutions to empower mHealth professionals with new tools that maximize those abilities.
Provides insight into how ICD-10 is blurring the line in healthcare fraud detection and solutions that leverage big data and predictive analytics to avoid potential losses.
Provides guidance on how to rightsize current programs and get ICD-10 under control following the passage of the "doc fix" bill.
Examines the gaps in the current U.S. healthcare mandate model and provides an approach to address fundamental flaws within the system using big data and predictive analytics.
As healthcare providers implement health IT to comply with federal mandates and participate in quality of care programs, VNA solutions can play a critical role in helping them meet their needs today and in their future IT initiatives. Forward-thinking healthcare providers around the world are already successfully meeting this challenge with VNA. Download this Healthcare IT News eBook to learn how VNA enables exchange, supports data consolidation and IT simplification.
As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the Federal Government laid the groundwork for the nationwide implementation of electronic health records (EHR) systems as a measure to improve patient care, reduce healthcare costs, and increase the level of overall public health. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) program requires providers to demonstrate meaningful use (MU) of an electronic health record system to be eligible for monetary incentives. The implementation of EHR and compliance with meaningful use regulations, should be a top priority for all eligible healthcare professionals (EPs).