In our digital age, more and more patients expect to have online access to their personal health information, anytime and anywhere. Patient portals managed by healthcare providers are designed to meet this need and offer new ways to improve the quality of care. By supplying them, health organizations comply with standards required for achieving Meaningful Use Stage 2, in addition to extending communication beyond the hospital or doctor’s office visit. The impact is not just for your provider and patient; to be effective it must become part of your organization’s ongoing thought process and digital plan for the long term.
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Meet Amy: Amy is known for leading successful EHR implementations. Her background includes 28 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with more than 10 years of directing training management programs for IT enterprise projects. She holds an MSHI, MSN and RN. By bridging the gap between operational, project and technical teams, she delivers quality solutions to improve outcomes for clinicians and patients.
A young person entering the workforce is on a different journey now. A great career has become a collection of rewarding projects and experiences, rather than a climb up a ladder to a leadership position. Networks of empowered teams are replacing traditional hierarchies. Leadership is increasingly developed early, by co-leadership and collaboration, rather than years of top-down mentoring and training. As digital tools become ever more capable, the challenge to make the best use of them overwhelms many organizations. And the rate of change shows no sign of slowing. Here are some ways the world of work is changing today:
If there was one word we could use to describe the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) conference, it would be “evolving.” Oxford team members attended the annual FDLI conference in Washington, D.C. in May to keep pace with the upcoming trends and changes in the industry. Exciting developments are occurring, and having insight into the near future of medicine and therapeutic technology, as well as food and drug laws, was certainly informative.
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Sometimes just adding team members to your staff isn’t enough to get your project across the finish line. You need a project solution that will respond to your unique challenges, and you need help managing it. That’s where a consulting services partner can make a difference.