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For centuries, patients’ medical information has been stored on paper, stuffed into filing cabinets, and collected dust in basements around the world, more legal liability than clinical asset. Technology delivers the potential to free this clinical information from the limitations of paper and transform the entire healthcare industry. But it is not enough to simply adopt technology. Providers must also transform their processes and workflows, ensure alignment with the strategic aims of their organizations, and create measurable returns for internal and external stakeholders.
This radio show will explore why digital patient information is quickly becoming a hospital’s most valuable asset, how to unlock clinical information from a technology and process transformation perspective, and will highlight several forward-looking hospitals that have turned information into their most powerful resource for lowering costs and improving patient care.
Join Enterprise Efficiency executive editor Curtis Franklin and his guests, Andy Litt, MD, Chief Medical Offer, Dell Healthcare & Life Sciences, and Robert Teague, MD, Physician Advisor, Dell Healthcare & Life Sciences, as we discuss this critical issue that is at the forefront of healthcare IT today.
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