The Anatomy of a Successful Community Connect Install
A successful Go-Live involves many different elements, but these will ensure a successful Community Connect install.
Questions When Building Your Community Connect Team
Developing your Community Connect program will require resources to analyze workflows, design the EHR, build the EHR, train your organization and implement the new system. Do you have the right team in-house to begin a Community Connect Program?
Center Stage: Jon Straffon, Community Connect
Welcome to Optimum Healthcare IT’s “Center Stage” series. Our service line leaders have track records of service excellence in Healthcare IT and are passionate about their work. Our goal is to improve healthcare through technology, and these leaders are how we’re getting there.
Understanding What is Required Under the Stark Law
When considering a community connect program, many questions require answers. One of the most common and probably one of the most important is what is necessary under the Stark Law?
Does your Community Connect Team Have a Leader?
Are you preparing to implement your first Epic Community Connect (CC) Practice? Do you have enough resources? Do you have the right Community Connect resources? We all typically focus on certified build and design analysts, but do you have a qualified resource in place to handle the project?
It Takes Two to Tango!
For a successful Epic Community Connect Program, both the extending health system and the receiving hospital/practice must have skin in the game and work together to make the dance a successful one.
On the Receiving End of Epic Community Connect?
More and more community health systems and community private physicians are considering partnering with a larger health system to implement Epic Community Connect. Why? Many reasons, most being for the continuity and safety of patient care.
Getting Started with Epic Community Connect
Epic Community Connect can provide a small independent physician’s office better visibility into a patient’s care, but can also present numerous questions while looking to use an Electronic Health Record (EHR), such as Epic.
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