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Building a Scalable Strategy for Creating Credible, Defensible Patient Bill Estimates

Hospitals and health systems focused on improving patient satisfaction scores may have overlooked the role of pre-financial counseling. David Dyke, Vice President of Revenue Cycle Solutions at RelayHealth, says patients...

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Showing HIPAA's Merit Using IT
December 18, 2007
Lisa Miller, the Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Healthcare Professional Services at Payformance Health, discusses being honored by the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange in recognition of research that she did pertaining to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

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Gary Baldwin, for HealthLeaders News, December 4, 2007
Sabatino Bianco, MD, director of the Trinity Mother Frances Neuroscience Institute in Tyler, TX,  recently began performing an innovative procedure, the endoscopic transsphenoidal hypophysectomy. In this podcast,  Bianco discusses ETH and the technology involved.

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Improving IT Relations (Part III)
October 30, 2007

In the final installment of a special three-part audio feature, Ed Marx, former CIO at University Hospitals in Cleveland, discusses how he used his Connections program to raise the profile of the IT staff. Through the program, IT staff shadowed clinicians on the job. Interview by Gary Baldwin, Technology Editor for HealthLeaders Media.



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Improving IT Relations (Part II)
October 22, 2007

In the second of a three-part audio feature, Ed Marx, former CIO at University Hospitals in Cleveland, discusses how he used a blog to improve relations between the IT department and the rest of the hospital. Interview by Gary Baldwin, Technology Editor for HealthLeaders Media.



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Improving IT Relations (Part I)
October 15, 2007

First of a three-part audio feature with Ed Marx, former chief information officer at University Hospitals in Cleveland. He discusses how he used a monthly hospital-wide newsletter to improve relations between the IT department and the rest of the hospital. Interview by Gary Baldwin, Technology Editor for HealthLeaders Media.



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EMR Wars (Part I)
September 14, 2007
Bruce Landes, president and CEO of Southwest Physician Associates in Dallas, discusses why so many physicians have misgivings about EMR technology, and what needs to happen to spur adoption.

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EMR Wars (Part II)
September 14, 2007
Bruce Landes, president and CEO of Southwest Physician Associates in Dallas, discusses what it will take to overcome physician misgivings about EMR technology.

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Hospital Uses Blueberry Juice During MRCPs
August 24, 2007
Wayne Patola, MRI Leader at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, BC, discusses how the facility uses blueberry juice as part of Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography exams.

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Automating the ED (Part I): Vendor Selection
July 27, 2007
Stewart Watson, MD, medical director of the emergency department at St. Clare's Hospital in Weston, WI, talks about selecting the right EMR vendor.

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Automating the ED (Part III): Measuring ROI
June 19, 2007

In Part III of the series, Stewart Watson, MD, medical director of the emergency department at St. Clare's Hospital in Weston, WI, talks about the Return on investment associated with the ER automation.



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Automating the ED (Part II): Deployment
June 12, 2007

In Part II of the series, Stewart Watson, MD, medical director of the emergency department at St. Clare's Hospital, Weston, Wisc., discusses the deployment of the EMR.



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