Healtcare IT

Challenges in Healthcare

Information technology has been rapidly growing and facilitating many innovations, but as a result it has also put pressure on the healthcare field to keep up. Health information technology, including electronic medical records (EMR/EHR) management, has struggled to implement necessary changes in a timely manner. The risk of improper implementation of EHR systems can result in errors and issues with patient care management and revenue cycle management, along with other issues. The need to manage health records safely and efficiently can become too much of a burden for many healthcare organizations.

As a whole, the healthcare industry have been facing challenges with managing proper EHR/EMR systems, clinical management and revenue cycle management. Adequate training, efficient workflows and accurate medical billing are some of the major factors driving most healthcare problems.  

Openix Solutions

Openix Solutions prepares inclusive technology solutions for the healthcare industry that refine information entry, information-driven operational processes, and management of health-related business. Openix Solutions customers include hospitals and medical centers, health care networks, physicians’ groups, research facilities, health care payers, and others.

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     1. Enterprise Integration: Leveraging data (especially clinical) to manage                     health and drive individual, provider and payer decisions.

     2. Total Consumer Health: Improving members’ overall medical, social,                       financial, and environmental well-being.

     3. Population Health Services: Operationalizing community-based health                     strategy, chronic care management, driving clinical integration and                             addressing barriers to health such as social determinants.

     4. Value-based Payments: Transitioning to and targeting specific medical                     conditions to manage cost and improve quality of care.

     5. The Digital Healthcare Organization:  HSAs, portals, patient literacy, cost               transparency, digital payments, CRM, other patient-generated data, health               monitoring, and omnichannel access/distribution.

    6.  Rising Pharmacy Costs:  Implementing strategies to address the growth of               pharma costs along with benefits to quality of care and total healthcare costs.

    7.  Operational Effectiveness:  Implementing lean quality programs, process                 efficiency (with new core business models), robotics automation, revenue                 cycle management, the real-time/near-time point of sales transactions, etc.

    8.  Opioid Management:  Developing strategies for identifying and supporting          individuals and populations struggling with substance abuse/addiction or at            risk of addiction.

    9. Cybersecurity:  Protecting the privacy and security of consumer information            to maintain consumer trust in sharing data.