Free Webinar :: Web Portals – 1 stop hub?

“Web portals: How a one-stop information hub can improve patient care & staff satisfaction”
June 22nd, 2pm

To gain this competitive edge, healthcare organizations must have a top-notch team of smart, dedicated professionals. Too bad so many organizations slow their teams down with inefficient processes that hinder their access to critical information. In fact, it’s one of the top complaints among staff!

Tune into this one-hour event and you’ll learn how to:

  • Share information with employees in real time, in a searchable, web-based content management format.
  • Tie together multiple clinical, billing and patient management systems for patients, clinicians and administrators, with a single login ID for each user.
  • Arm physicians with a one-stop repository where they can access course material, test results, x-rays, clinical studies, research, formulary information, and more.
  • Enable staff to quickly access department-specific content that allows them to make informed decisions on the spot.
  • And more…

Speakers ::

  • Barry Grover, director of information technology services at Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services, New Albany, Ind.
  • J.D. Kleinke, a medical economist and author who specializes in healthcare IT trends, implementations and date-driven health care systems
  • Joseph Preston, Worldwide Healthcare Business Development Executive, IBM Software Group
  • Moderated by Neil Versel, senior editor of FierceHealthIT, FierceEMR and FierceMobileHealthcare

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