Stop selling me productivity. What I really want is tools that will make me more purposeful. I’m in healthcare. My email inbox is bombarded by software offers that promise a better (read: faster) office environment. This addresses a real problem. More patients plus lower reimbursement equals a greater need for efficiency. But I’m betting that […]
Often the terms telemedicine and telehealth are mistakenly used interchangeably. Today, we thought we would take some time to give an easy overview of the two to help clear up some confusion and allow you to more easily traverse these often confused terms. Telemedicine is traditionally used as a term for provider to patient opportunities […]
Like Cancer, Covid forces us to face our own mortality. While stressful, it is an opportunity to think about what is important in a much more tangible way.
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) are like operating systems. They do everything, but nothing well. Like windows, hospitals need applications on top of EMRs to get real value. However, the EMR data is hard to get to. Enter Redox, a way to get data into applications. The company now has an “app store” of sorts with over 700 partners including hospitals and applications. Post Covid, Redox saw volumes down by 50%, but also an asks for novel applications for care delivery. In some sense Redox sits in a unique place reflecting the health of hospitals but also where we are headed.
While most of us think about telehealth as a way to avoid going to the hospital or clinic, in the time of Covid and beyond there are advantages using it in the hospital.
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Email | RSS | MoreSystems are going to fail by location related to virus penetration, age of the population and ICU capacity. We need to think about total capacity. We have limited resources. We should prioritize beds and people.Untapped resources- military hospitals, ex-healthcare workers should be activated. People […]