In order to improve the patient experience and reduce provider burnout, Nextech's Vice President of Aesthetics, Robin Ntoh, writes that specialty practices must rely on process improvements and technologies:
Is your practice using technology to its maximum potential? Setting goals for your system, moving away from retroactive report reviews and sharing data to sustain buy-in are some of the essential steps to start optimizing technology.
It is clear that value-based care is still health care organizations' top priority. Technology such as an EMR, Patient Portals and an Operation Management Solution, can ensure your practice is keeping up with current trends that remold the health care landscape.
A recent study revealed how much time ophthalmologists at a single center spend using their EHR. In this month's issue of Ophthalmology Business, Nextech's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Dan Montzka discussed why it is important to have a system that has been responsive to user input over time and is workflow friendly.
In this month's Electronic Health Reporter, Nextech's Jeff Lew, VP of Product Management, discusses "What's Ahead in Electronic Health Record Technology in 2018." As the electronic health records (EHRs) continue to evolve, there are exciting new developments that are emerging, read all about which three trends that Lew thinks are worth watching out for.