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How Outsourcing Helps the Practice of 'Continuous Healthcare'

The goal of the healthcare industry is to provide value-based, continuous healthcare to as many people as possible—improving the overall population at a reduced per capital cost. However, this can be challenging considering the population boom, the lack of healthcare workers to fulfill demand, and the increasing cost of health services.

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Addressing Challenges in Implementing a Successful Telemedicine Program

Ever since the invention of the telephone, medicine and technology have been side by side providing better healthcare to patients. Once the internet took over, physicians have been able to deliver better healthcare through platforms such as video conferencing, image automation, and integrated medical devices. This practice is known as telemedicine and it is a tool that allows patients to effectively communicate with physicians on the internet via all mobile platforms. As technology is constantly improving, there are still a lot of challenges or obstacles that telemedicine is currently facing. Here is a brief overview of what telemedicine is and some challenges it is currently facing.

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5 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Healthcare Solutions Partner

In the healthcare industry today, one of the most difficult challenges that most hospitals, physicians, and other healthcare providers constantly face is how to save costs. One of the most effective methods of cost saving is outsourcing certain healthcare operations and services to an offshore provider.

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6 Ways Outsourced Telehealth Support Improves Patient Experience

Today’s technology is empowering how patients, doctors, nurses, and pharmacists experience healthcare. These technological developments fall under the telehealth field, which covers everything from telemedicine to other related services such as telenursing and telepharmacy. Regardless of the service needed—whether a consult or prescription—patients conveniently access these through smart devices such as laptops and smartphones. The physical distance is crossed with the quick, real-time access of a virtual one.

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7 Things You Need to Know About Health Information Management

Quality healthcare is not only dependent on the doctors and nurses who attend to your health and medical concerns every time you visit a hospital or a clinic. Aside from the medical personnel that you normally meet during your health checkup, there is an entire workforce who ensures that proper healthcare information is disseminated for accurate treatment and manages medical data and patient records for easy reference and correct filing. This is the health information management (HIM).

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Top 3 Advantages of Healthcare Informatics in the Modern Age

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