Brandon Zauche

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5 Ways Healthcare Providers Can Enhance Patient Experience

The most critical focus for any healthcare institution is providing the highest quality of care to their patients in the safest way possible. Whether it is treating them in the ER or in a clinic, patient care takes precedence over everything else, and over the past few years, healthcare technology has been a large part of this. Advances in decision support systems via electronic medical records, innovative medical devices and changes to the process have made it possible to treat many conditions more effectively than ever before.

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Managing Increased Patient Responsibility with Payment Solutions

The healthcare industry continues to experience a major shift in a patient’s financial responsibility. This is largely driven by significant changes in the reimbursement model, but there is so much more to consider than collecting payments.

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In Healthcare, Better Care Starts in the Waiting Room

From the first step through the door of a healthcare facility, patients put their full trust in the doctors and staff around them to prioritize their health. Not only does this include treating their current ailments, but it also means preventing possible new ones.

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4 Ways Clinical Mobility Can Help Healthcare Providers

Whether you have the flu or a broken ankle, hospitals and care facilities around the globe work tirelessly to provide you the best care possible. But like any other industry, healthcare also needs to keep abreast to new technology trends that elevate the quality of care, enhance patient experience and create operational efficiencies.

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Combat the Spread of Viral Infections with Antimicrobial Technology

Healthcare providers dedicate their lives to deliver high-quality care to their patients. Yes, a big part of their jobs is to help sick people get better, but they are also responsible to make sure they don’t become the breeding ground for any viral infections. Preventing the spread of infectious diseases over treating them may seem like a low priority task, but the risk of not doing so is very high. According to this white paper from Zebra Technologies, 1.7 million patients are affected by healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) every year in the U.S. It is also estimated that at least one-third can be prevented if proper precautions are taken.

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