Ortho practices are busier than ever before. In fact, they’re one of the busiest healthcare specialties in existence right now. In order to respond to high demand, technology is playing a more central role in how orthopedic professionals manage busy schedules and optimize the patient experience. However, like many busy professionals, Ortho specialists are often on the hunt for tricks to better deploy and optimize their IT solutions.
In just the past few years more and more Healthcare providers, hospitals, and medical facilities have taken the plunge and started outsourcing more enormous amounts of their Healthcare IT. The complete transition didn’t happen all at once, but with the passing of time, along with budget cuts, HIPAA and NIST compliances, and pressure to create additional Business Associate Agreements, the Healthcare Industry now views outsourcing all of their Healthcare IT as a greater strategy to strengthen PHI and ePHI protection and cut costs.
Your practice has grown to the point now you must outsource your IT. You’ve crunched the numbers, and the outsourcing savings alone allows you to hire one or two more staff members. But before you sign the IT vendor’s service contract, there’s a small matter of creating a HIPAA Business Associate Agreement or (BAA) form first; which outlines each parties responsibilities with regards to your patient’s Protected Health Information (PHI).
In today’s day and age, running a successful healthcare organization requires a comprehensive and dynamic IT infrastructure. From storing and sharing confidential patient data to managing equipment and scheduling appointments, healthcare professionals need reliable technology to better serve patients and manage their teams. We recently heard from a local orthopedic surgeon looking for tech support and we thought it was the perfect opportunity to answer some questions for any and all healthcare professionals looking for better IT support.
Orthopedics is one of the busiest specializations in healthcare right now and demand is only increasing. This has left many orthopedic practitioners wondering: how can technology play a role in optimizing the clinic and patient care experience?
More and more, orthopedic healthcare professionals are working to adapt to busier environments. Demand is up and healthcare teams of all kinds are trying to see as many patients as possible while still maintaining an optimal patient experience. Luckily, technology and virtualization are making it easier than ever before for orthopedic surgeons to optimize their clinical work and better care for an influx of patients.
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