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CONTENTS June 2013 Vol. 34, No. 6 JUNE 2013 DATA STORAGE/DATA MANAGEMENT Healthcare Information Systems Solutions since 1980 or rmation Systems Solutions since 198 80 www.healthmgttech.com TEER How automation helps


the revenue cycle process


12 Critical to care


RFID/RTLS/Asset Management Data Storage/Management NEW PRODUCTS


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REVENUE CYCLE MANAGEMENT ROUNDUP


How automation helps steer the revenue cycle process


While the goal of revenue cycle management remains essentially the same, healthcare reform will make it infinitely more complex.


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COLUMNS Viewpoint by Phil Colpas


Thought Leaders: Cloud Compliance by Oren Hamami


DEPARTMENTS Industry Watch


RFID/RTLS/Asset Management Solutions Guide New Products and Services


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A comprehensive approach to data management in a hospital environment.


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Transitioning to a vendor-neutral image archive Utah’s Intermountain Healthcare creates an enterprise-wide archive designed to manage data from all PACS.


RFID/RTLS/ASSET MANAGEMENT 18 Enlisting automation in the fight against


nightmare bacteria RTLS hand-hygiene systems and patient-tracking software can combat the growing problem of HAIs.


20 Asset management as a tool to improve


patient care Boca Raton Regional Hospital tracks down a solution.


22 The path to enterprise locating


Patient workflows were immensely improved after implementing RTLS.


June 2013


HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNO OG C N LOGY


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