Webinar | How patient access to technology can streamline workflow, boost ROI
Now available on-demand
Hosted by: Dan Bowman,
Technologies such as kiosks and tablet computers at the point of service are more than just a convenience for patients; such technologies are evolving into competitive differentiators that streamline workflow and boost revenue. For example, self-service patient check-in helps physicians triage patients with more efficiency, minimizing wait times and decreasing labor costs. Use of automated patient-registration kiosks can help eliminate paperwork and reduce patient visit times, saving money.
At other organizations, patients are signing, paying bills and finding their way through the facility using tablet computers.
This webinar will feature providers who are approaching the implementation of these tools from a business perspective–and to boost the bottom line.
Owen Dahl, FACHE, LSSMBB
Owen Dahl is an independent consultant with more than 40 years of experience managing medical practices and providing healthcare consulting services. He has worked as a chief executive officer for a physician practice-management company, and as CEO for a merged hospital with a 300-bed facility. Dahl currently assists clients on strategic and operational issues, including integration of hospital and physician programs, EMR implementation and staff training in management and efficiency.
Jennifer Dawson, Director, Virginia Interventional and Vascular Associates
Jennifer Dawson, MSN, RN, NP-C, is a Family Nurse Practitioner and the Director of Virginia Interventional and Vascular Associates (VIVA) in Fredericksburg, Va. VIVA is an interventional radiology and vascular surgery physician owned outpatient facility. It has utilized an electronic medical record since 2007 and tablet technology for patient check-in since 2012.
Marty Kaplan, Chairman & CEO, Unicomp Corp. of America (UCoA)
Marty Kaplan founded UCoA in 1979 and since its inception the company has specialized in developing innovative software solutions for the business side of healthcare, with an emphasis on enhancing office productivity and efficiency. These solutions include streamlining patient access processes to increase data accuracy, improve the revenue cycle, reduce staff, and enable a better patient experience. They are designed to integrate with existing platforms and provide benefits that yield an aggressive return on investment.