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Mandatory Requirements for Tracking Surgical Equipment

By host on 3/27/2013 2:07 PM
Beginning in 2014, hospitals will be required by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to implement the Unique Device Identification (UDI) system. Each surgical instrument will by identified by a unique identifier from the manufacturer in readable text form, including the use of a RFID tag or bar code. This will allow for each healthcare facility to account for each piece of equipment regardless of where it is located on the premises. Choosing the right tracking system will help ensure you are compliant.

Successful Patient Empowerment and Meaningful Use Stage 2

By host on 3/22/2013 2:01 PM


Patient empowerment is the solid foundation for most Meaningful Use Stage 2 criteria. Studies verify that the more control a patient feels over their treatment and goals, the better the outcome and costs associated are. Read how effective appropriate healthcare IT can be when used to facilitate and improve patient empowerment and satisfaction.

How the Use of Interactive Patient Care Improves the Business of Healthcare

By host on 3/18/2013 1:46 PM


Interactive patient care technology is changing the face of the healthcare industry. The very nature of how the healthcare business operates is evolving. The needs to increase patient satisfaction and meet HIPPA regulations have proven to not be an obstacle to progress in the healthcare industry. The challenge is being met in very inventive and successful ways. Savance Health is proud to be an industry leader in innovative technology that offers the modern solutions needed.

The Beginners Guide to HIMSS - Preparing for 2014

By host on 3/10/2013 1:35 PM

HIMSS is not just big, but it’s huge.  The 2013 New Orleans event was 1.5 miles long and offered over 1,000 booths of valuable information and products to peruse.  Bring your most comfortable shoes and plan on hours of walking. You will put serious mileage on your shoes and feet.  If you've never been to this event before, be prepared to meet more people and learn more information than you ever thought possible in a short amount of time. Here are a few tips from HIMSS 2013 that will help you maximize your experience in 2014.