And it's competing with other industry sectors for the staff needed to complete that transition. Halamka, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network (NEHEN), will describe the scope of mobile device challenges in healthcare.
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Today’s healthcare professional is expected to have a level of computer skills than is more advanced than ever before.
Whether you are managing the day to day activities of a doctor’s office, scheduling meetings or keeping track of sensitive patient information, understanding how to use computer programs quickly and efficiently will only help you be more productive and successful.
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Driven by regulations, growing demand for healthcare services, and a drive for greater efficiency, healthcare companies are striving to remake themselves to deliver products and services efficiently, securely, and cost-effectively — and in the process improve the overall quality of care.
It is important to always be on the cutting-edge of your industry to push yourself as a professional and offer the absolute best services you possible can to your patients, partners and staff.
The entire healthcare industry is being disrupted by the introduction of new technology that aims to improve the processes in which medical professionals connect with patients, the flow of information among the medical community and the way in which treatment is applied to patients.
Is your organization's workforce prepared for the changes rippling through the industry?
IEEE Computer Society's Tech Leader Training Partner Program provides the tools needed to bring healthcare professionals up to date on a variety of skills, including: Healthcare reform is mandating the modernization of clinical and financial systems, including EHR, analytics, and other innovations.
Help your staff acquire the skills they need to make the transition.
In this course, you’ll learn about the day-to-day activities and responsibilities of the medical biller and medical coder.
You’ll also explore some of the tools you’ll use as a professional biller and coder, the regulations you’ll have to follow, and tips on starting your own medical billing and coding service.