DEFINITION: The planning, controlling, directing, organizing, training, promoting, and other managerial activities related to the creation, maintenance and use, and disposition of medical records to achieve adequate and proper documentation of a health care organization's policies and transactions.
This white paper is for hospital decision-makers and those who are evaluating patient flow and capacity management technologies. It examines the challenges healthcare organizations are facing in managing patient throughput and capacity.
Quickly locating the necessary patient records among millions of paper documents in a 200-square-foot storage room was difficult and time consuming for Tyler Memorial Hospital staff. Learn how they tackle their document challenges now.
This case study describes why Trillium Health Centre gave 40 BlackBerry smartphones to all of the members of the ICU team making it the first hospital in North America to test push email as an essential part of how the health care team worked together.
Read why BlackBerry is the leading wireless solution for keeping healthcare professionals connected to colleagues, patient details and medical information so they can provide higher quality patient care throughout the day.
This paper is the fourth in a four-part series that addresses mobile communications in the healthcare industry. Part Four zeroes in on the features and capabilities that make BlackBerry smartphones an ideal match for healthcare industry requirements.
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