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Five Things To Look Out For When Selecting Care Coordination Software

It used to be that interventions were the cornerstone of acute care. A patient would arrive at a hospital with a medical problem and the healthcare providers in that location – nurses, doctors and ancillary staff – would respond to the patient’s needs and provide treatment. After the individual received care, they... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare Technology Solutions, Care Coordination Software, Mobile Technology

Population Health Management: What the Health?

The following content has been reposted with permission from our channel partner, Pursuit Healthcare Advisors (view original). Population Health Management (PHM)…three simple words, yet so much complexity. This blog will be the second of three to focus on the concept of PHM by looking at each element separately, this... Read More

by Mary Sirois in Care Transitions, Healthcare Technology Solutions, Mobile Technology

Ensocare Expands Care Coordination Solutions with Wearable Technology

Sync and Connect Provide Hi-Tech Options to Engage an Entire Care Team We live in an age of Smart devices. Between cellphones, fitness trackers and portable gaming systems, many adults and children have no less than two or even three internet-equipped devices on them at all times. Our refrigerators and microwaves can... Read More

by Jill Reeves, MHA in Healthcare Technology Solutions, Mobile Technology

Hospitals Ignore the Millennial Workforce at Their Own Peril

With millennials blanketing the workforce and Generation Z right around the corner, hospitals have a choice: accommodate the needs of the younger generation or miss out on the best and brightest minds in the healthcare industry. Loyalty in healthcare isn’t what it used to be. As a matter of fact, loyalty isn’t what it... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare Technology Solutions, Hospital Culture

How to Work at the Top of Your License

A lot has been said about the concept of “automating healthcare.” As in any situation where progress butts up against age-old practice and tradition, change doesn’t always come easy. Yet the pace at which innovation and technology impact healthcare delivery can no longer be ignored, and most of us wouldn’t want to. Read More

by Mary Kay Thalken, RN, MBA in Healthcare Technology Solutions

Population Health Management: Breaking Down the Population

The following content has been reposted with permission from our channel partner, Pursuit Healthcare Advisors (view original). Population Health Management (PHM)…three simple words, yet so much complexity. This blog will be the first of three to focus on the concept of PHM by looking at each element... Read More

by Mary Sirois in Care Transitions, Healthcare Technology Solutions, Mobile Technology

Binge Faxing: Healthcare’s Secret Addiction

Before we begin, I’d like to ask everyone under the age of 30 to do something for me, and if you don’t fit that category, then ask a younger coworker for their assistance to do the following. Send a fax. In most industries, and in most places around the United States, the expected and most reasonable reaction to such... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Care Transitions, Healthcare Technology Solutions, Mobile Technology

Welcome to the New Ensocare.com

Innovative Website Connects You with Post-Acute Care Solutions Welcome to the new Ensocare.com! If you’ve visited our website before, you’ll notice a few things have changed. We’ve updated our interface to reflect the same innovation we bring to our line of post-acute care software solutions. No matter where you go on... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Ensocare News, Healthcare Technology Solutions, Care Coordination Software

Technology Lessons from ACMA

From my own experience, I know first-hand that tracking patients post-discharge is an incredible challenge given the sheer size and scope of the effort. Hospitals release hundreds of patients each day, and communicating with them can be challenging. Many hospitals have begun to focus on those patients who are at... Read More

by Mary Kay Thalken, RN, MBA in Healthcare IT, Healthcare Technology Solutions

Monitoring Patients Post-Discharge: A Key Step in Reducing Readmissions

In the past, when hospitals discharged a patient to the next level of care—whether it was to a post-acute facility or directly home—they stopped monitoring the patient’s treatment, condition and outcomes—sending the individual to their next destination and moving on to the next patient in crisis. However, times have... Read More

by Jill Reeves, MHA in Healthcare IT, Healthcare Technology Solutions