In the wake of 2020, a year filled with various natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic, the healthcare industry learned that one thing remained true: Interoperability is paramount. With pop up health care facilities and remote patient care becoming a new normal in 2020, the ability for EHR’s to disperse patient information readily became crucial to providing the best and most accurate level of care. As we begin 2021 still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, it is apparent that optimizing these systems is more important than ever to get providers the information they are looking for as quickly as possible so that they can continue to do their job- caring for people and saving lives. Read More Here
With priority high-risk groups already receiving the initial doses of the COVID-19 Vaccine, the big question is figuring out who gets to go next. With an advisory board in place, but limited information being dispersed, it is hard to tell who is next in line after health care workers and nursing home patients and staff. But how do we prioritize who receives the next phase of vaccines?
At this time of Thanksgiving, our thoughts turn gratefully to those that have made our progress possible & we thank you for your continued support. Our thoughts are also continually with our healthcare heroes that continue to brave the frontlines of the pandemic battle. We cannot thank you enough for all that you do and we wish you, your team and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!
The world received exciting news recently of possibly effective COVID-19 vaccines, but what does that really mean? Here are some resources including an article from CNN answering FAQ’s, a preliminary COVID-19 Vaccination Plan from the CDC and coverages allotted via CMS from Medicare and Medicaid for vaccine distribution.