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Dr. David Danhauer, FAAP, FHIMSS and chief medical information officer at Owensboro Health, explains the implementation of HIT to coordinate follow up on incidental radiology findings.
To address both documentation accuracy and physician satisfaction, Greater Baltimore Medical Center implemented 3M’ s clinical decision support documentation improvement program that uses AI-enabled clinical intelligence embedded into speech-to-text dictation tools and EHR workflows.
With the goal of achieving Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment program financial incentives, University Medical Center of El Paso launched an ambitious improvement effort targeted at 32 quality metrics, with priority focus on preventing avoidable readmissions. Error-prone and time-consuming manual data analysis was replaced with an advanced analytics platform.
"It is definitely a futuristic goal that's not here just yet, but it seemed to make sense to partner with a technology vendor (3M) that has the same sort of roadmap, the same sort of vision, and has the capability of getting there," said Michigan Medicine Chief Revenue Officer Benjie Johnson.
Dr. David Danhauer of Owensboro Health in western Kentucky talks about his organization's use of 3M™ M*Modal Fluency Direct speech recognition to address radiology incidental findings and drive improved patient safety.
Leidos, prime contractor to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM) initiative, awards contract to 3M HIS for components of the 3M™ 360 Encompass™ System platform.
Krysten Brooks, 3M performance advisor, on sepsis documentation and coding best practices and preventing sepsis denials.
Sue Belley, 3M HIS consulting services manager, discusses best practices for coding audits.
Read this article detailing 3M EAPGs, a leading reimbursement methodology for Ambulatory Surgical Centers.
3M outpatient consultant Colleen Deighan, RHIA, on maintaining compliance with the Two-Midnight Rule, including features of 3M technology that help mitigate risk.
Julie Salomon, 3M™ 360 Encompass™ System chief product owner, looks at the critical role of CDI specialists in maintaining documentation integrity during the current health crisis.
3M HIS launches a new technology platform designed to allow health care providers and payers to prioritize care high-risk populations.
3M Senior Regulatory Analyst Barbara Aubry describes 2021 updates to E/M guidelines.
3M outpatient consultant Colleen Deighan is the author of an article discussing social determinants of health and 2021 E/M code changes.
Learn how Atrium Health uses 3M technology to drive CDI and coding collaboration through concurrent coding and CDI worklist prioritization from Heather Joyner, Atrium HIM director, and Diana Ortiz, 3M marketing manager.
3M technology is an integral component of Epic’s ambient voice technology which debuted at HIMSS 2020.
Pam Banning, 3M health care data analyst, shares her career successes as a clinical laboratory scientist (CLS).
Examine the industry's widespread adoption of computer-assisted coding in an interview with Diana Ortiz.
To both reduce the administrative burden of documentation and improve quality of care, Michigan Medicine has added 3M’s AI solution to its EHR.
Michigan Medicine teams up with 3M Health Information Systems to upgrade a full portfolio of AI-powered technology across its health care system.
This article covers a KLAS CDI report and notes 3M’s strong technology offerings have increased in already high market energy for the solutions among larger organizations.
3M and Waystar have entered into a strategic partnership to provide revenue capture solutions to clients of 3M HIS.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionize health care. User adoption and acceptance, however, are critical to widespread application.
With health systems’ adoption of EHR systems, physicians' roles are expanding far beyond just providing good clinical care. Physicians often feel they can add the role of billers, medical record custodians and quality management specialists to their resumes.
A key safety initiative at Kentucky-based Owensboro Health uses machine-driven NLU to automate the patent follow-up process.
While debates rage over who knows what about us there are ways in which data are being used to transform life for the better. One area with immediate impact has been in healthcare. Dr. Melissa Clarke and Dr. Gordon Moore of 3M’s Health Information Systems discuss how using data is making healthcare delivery more efficient, effective, and equitable.