Patient assignment software can improve care.
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Physician Handoffs and Electronic Tools

Can physician handoffs in hospitals be improved with electronic tools? That was the thrust of research conducted in 2014 by a group that looked at different research projects from 2008 to 2014.[1] Specifically, the researchers wanted to see…
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Nurse Empowerment and Better Patient Outcomes

With hospitals around the U.S. looking at nurse burnout and how it might be affecting patient care, researchers in the past several years have looked at which factors have most contributed to the nurse malaise. Are there some factors that seem…
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Hospital Medicine: Physician Burnout Roundup

Here are some of the latest stories on physician burnout: A simple but effective tip for physician leaders: Ask your patients what they want. Too often physicians are looking at computer screens instead of into the eyes of their patients,…
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Teamwork, Hospitalists and Hospital Medicine

Teamwork is one of the most important elements in hospital medicine. And yet, it continues to be one of the greatest challenges and roadblocks to improved patient outcomes. There are numerous reasons. First, hospitals are complex organizations,…
Patient assignment software can improve care.
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Physician Burnout and Medicine as a Calling

Could physician satisfaction and burnout be tied to whether or not that person sees medicine as a calling? That was the question researchers wanted to answer – the degree to which seeing medicine as a calling is a bellwether of a physician’s…
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Continuity of Care in Hospital Medicine

Continuity of care continues to be an important concept in hospital medicine. Not only has it been demonstrated to improve patient satisfaction, but there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that it improves health outcomes as well.[1] Furthermore,…

MedAptus Partners with Mingle Analytics to Maximize Medicare Reimbursement Bonuses

Partnership focuses on Merit-based Payment System (MIPS) implemented in January, which focuses on hospital performance. MedAptus®, a Boston-based healthcare technology company, has partnered with Mingle Analytics to help hospitals maximize…
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MedAptus Introduces Software to Improve Charge Capture for Infusion Services

MedAptus®, a Boston-based healthcare technology company, has developed new software that improves the capture of charges for infusion services. Charge Capture INFUSION replaces the paper-based system often used by hospitals today, which…

Care Coordination in U.S. Lags Other Developed Nations

U.S. patients are more likely to experience gaps in coordination among healthcare providers than their counterparts in other high-income nations, a new study suggests. Well-coordinated care can help make medicine safer and more efficient,…

MedAptus Partners with MD Interconnect

MedAptus® has signed a partnership agreement with MD Interconnect, a mobile health technology company, to provide the next generation of total team care coordination. The partnership will combine the best of MedAptus’ intelligent patient…

Why Nurses Are Hurting and How to Save Them

Earlier this month, MedAptus unveiled our vision for our Assign for Nursing solution at the 2016 American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) National Magnet Conference held in Orlando. Also unveiled at event was a new campaign aimed at helping…

Tomorrow's Hospital Leaders

As a card-carrying member of the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM), I might be biased, but I’m continually impressed by the caliber of people who speak and attend SHM conferences. Our MedAptus team had a wonderful experience at the recent…