Understanding the Differences Between Medical and Consumer Grade Devices
As I started doing research to help senior living organizations select the appropriate hardware for the clinical staff to document care on, I was utterly astounded at how big of a difference there was between medical grade and consumer grade hardware. In fact, I was surprised to learn there was even such a thing as “medical grade” hardware! As I learned more about what those differences were and how they impacted the investment that senior living organizations were making when purchasing POC devices, I now see the vitality of such a consideration when making a selection.
The Ideal Point of Care Device for Healthcare Organizations
At ProviNET Solutions we are constantly vetting the marketplace to help ensure our best of breed recommendations continue to be of value to our clients. For that, we take pride in the solutions we routinely endorse. Specifically, we understand how important it is for our healthcare clients in choosing the correct Point of Care devices knowing how incredibly impactful it can be to an organization if they don’t have the right solution in place. This is why for the last 5 years, ProviNET Solutions has partnered with Pioneer Solution as they offer a number of medical grade touchscreen options that are an ideal fit for healthcare organizations.
Transitioning from outsourced billing program to in-house centralized billing program
Revenue cycle management and financial outcomes are tied directly to efficient information sharing between clinical and operational systems and financial systems. Having a clearly-defined process for sharing this information beginning before admission at pre-registration and following through to admission, treatment, discharge, and finally billing will provide the most successful results. A typical revenue cycle strategy