The health industry has benefitted exponentially since the introduction of Electronic Health Records (EHR). Of course, the actual boon was seen in the patient care and treatment but EHR use doesn’t stop at just that.
Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is a healthcare data exchange standard created by Health Level Seven or HL7. Having developed advanced tools for safe and secure data exchange such as EMR, Diagnostic Data, or PHI – FHIR has given a boost to the healthcare sector.
Counted as among the top healthcare CRMs by the Healthcare IT and Insights company, KLAS, Salesforce Healthcare Cloud services are here to transform the patient-provider relationship. The cloud pushes healthcare providers to acknowledge patients as customers and value their decisions.
The world saw a rise in telehealth in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak not only shaped how we approach health amidst social distancing and lockdowns but pushed health service providers to realign their set-ups for the growing virtual care solutions.
Fervently focused on delivery - the pharmacy industry on its constant hunt for a breakthrough has hit the spot with automation.
An arrow in the quiver, pharmacy automation has made juggling the rising demand for cutting-edge products, and exceeding competition easy for pharmacists, clinicians, and even pharmaceutical companies.
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The incorporation of information technology since the mid-90s increased productivity among different sectors around the world. There’s no two ways about it. Healthcare on the other hand was one industry that took its own course to transition from a largely paper-based process to digitization.
The trend of digital health technology is on an upward curve presently and will remain so in the decade to come. It is estimated to exceed over $379 billion by 2024. This colossal growth will fuel the need to integrate these latest technologies into the EHR (Electronic Health Record) for any health system. EHR integration enables us to leverage data and insights from digital health tools providing important information, alerts and opportunities including the financial and operational guidance at the point of care.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made healthcare providers realize the importance of digital solutions, more than ever. The providers are continuously struggling to reduce the burdens & risks associated with travel to clinics, hospitals, labs, or other healthcare organizations. Moreover, caregivers have to ensure the delivery of value-based care to patients in their home environments. The insurance reimbursements need to be streamlined. As a consequence of this demand, the digital healthcare market is projected to reach $500 billion by 2025.
The COVID-19 pandemic is driving the healthcare system to the limit. The rapid rise in the demand for healthcare facilities and providers has burdened the system, making it unable to operate with absolute efficiency.