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  • Turning appointment no-shows into revenue opportunities

    Tina Joros
    November 17, 2017

    Practices have been searching for effective ways to fill "no-show" appointments to make up for the lost revenue. But that’s not all it’s costing organizations. Read more…

  • 4 technologies to help manage flu season

    Tina Joros
    November 09, 2017

    As we head into fall and winter, when seasonal influenza viruses are most active, providers are encouraging vaccinations. Allscripts and our developer partners offer solutions that can help them efficiently manage flu season. Read more…

  • A more proactive way to match patients to clinical trials

    Tina Joros
    October 18, 2017

    Our October App of the Month, ePatientFinder, enables providers to tap into patient data and identify chronic disease patients that may be a match for local clinical trials. Read more…

  • One-click access to patient education resources

    Tina Joros
    May 18, 2017

    This month, our App of the Month highlights a solution from StayWell to highlight the different patient education options available to providers today. Read more…

  • Finding better ways to notify providers about patient events

    Erik Kins
    April 11, 2017

    The variability of the EHR capabilities makes it more complex for large health systems to design a cohesive notification system. Using open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), Northwell Health designed a solution that enables clinicians to see patient event notifications within their electronic health record (EHR) workflow, which enables better care coordination. Read more…

  • Modernizing the pediatric practice for millennial parents

    Tina Joros
    March 27, 2017

    Many pediatric practices are discovering that millennial parents (those born from the early 1980s to the late 1990s) have different expectations for their children’s health care than previous generations. Practices like Raleigh Pediatrics, for example, have used tools like Phreesia to help modernize their practices with electronic patient intake and other tech-enabled services that millennial parents have come to expect. Read more…

  • Mobile apps are engaging patients in new ways

    Tina Joros
    February 16, 2017

    Can you imagine what it must have been like working on the initial launch of Apple’s App Store? I think we all want to make an impact like that. For those of us in the Allscripts Developer Program (ADP), we’re one part of an overall transformation throughout the healthcare industry that’s changing the way people think about health data, its accessibility, and its potential to fundamentally improve how people live. Read more…

  • Record coordination app means less stress for patients

    Tina Joros
    January 18, 2017

    When battling horrific diseases, you can’t always cure them, but you can help in the fight. This is what inspired Debi Willis, CEO and founder of our partner PatientLink, to combine her personal experience and technical knowledge to create MyLinks. Read more…

  • Multiple integration projects: One open API

    Tina Joros
    January 06, 2017

    New care models require health IT infrastructure that can interact with multiple solutions, devices and applications in a more streamlined, scalable and efficient way. Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) can help create a successful health IT ecosystem. NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP), a nonprofit university hospital based in New York City, started using open APIs to achieve interoperability in 2014. Read more…

  • Clinical photography bridges technology gap in health care

    Tina Joros
    November 16, 2016

    Sometimes the best way to capture information is with a picture. Photographs can help clinicians diagnose conditions and monitor progress, especially in specialties such as plastic surgery, dermatology, burn care, wound care and vein care. Clinical photography can be helpful in these cases. However, due to the technical skill needed to capture accurate, repeatable photographs, these pictures rarely provide comparable, measurable (read “quality”) data for providers. Read more…

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