How to Prepare for Your Epic Hyperdrive Migration

The multi-year transitional period from Epic Hyperspace to Epic Hyperdrive is underway, and Epic customers that we speak with are in varying states of readiness for the upgrade. With a looming 2023 deadline, our guide below answers some common questions about the migration from Hyperspace to Hyperdrive. What is Epic Hyperspace? Hyperspace is Epic’s primary […]

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UKG Workforce Central (WFC) End of Life: What Customers Should Know

On October 20, 2022, Ultimate Kronos Group (UKG) announced plans to retire its Workforce Central product. Our guide below addresses common questions about the end of support for WFC and client considerations for migrating to Workforce Dimensions. For additional support or questions, complete this form to talk with one of our experts. What is UKG […]

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Keys to a Successful Chart Abstraction Project

Most of us have years of stored digital phone data, like contacts, apps, texts, and maybe a few selfies, that we’re pretty dependent on. So, when we upgrade or switch phones, we’ve come to expect that our data will easily transfer and be accessible on our new device. The same is true with medical records. […]

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Four Warning Signs You’ve Outgrown Your HCM System

Most folks own an old, beloved pair of shoes. Looking past the worn soles and tearing seams, we hold onto these relics because we can’t bear throwing them out (so much history!) and the initial discomfort of breaking in new footwear (not to mention the upfront price). Holding onto outdated and underperforming human capital management […]

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4 Health IT Employment Trends for 2022

As experts in health IT staffing, we keep close tabs on the ever-evolving employment landscape. Below are a few of the emerging industry trends that we’re watching, along with our advice for job seekers navigating this unique and fluid market. Job Flexibility (WFH) One does not need a crystal ball to predict that the pandemic […]

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Five Things to Know About the Biden OSHA Vaccine Mandate

Large employers are anxiously awaiting new details to clarify the White House’s announced plan to make tens of millions of private-sector workers get vaccinated or submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. The Biden Administration has tasked the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) with emergency rulemaking that will compel companies with 100 or […]

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Epic UGM 2021 Planning Guide: UGM is In-Person

Epic UGM is back in-person for 2021! The conference begins on Monday, August 23rd, and concludes on Wednesday, August 25th. Similar to pre-COVID years, the conference is taking place in Verona, Wisconsin at Epic’s campus; however, this year there is a full-vaccination requirement to attend. Streaming options will be available for the Executive Address. Epic […]

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15 Tips for RCM Leaders Implementing a New Patient Accounting System

The migration to a new Patient Accounting System (PAS), most often as part of an organization’s larger Electronic Health Records (EHR) implementation, requires extensive planning and preparation from revenue cycle management leaders. Due to an increasingly complex payer environment and expectations that PAS’ fit seamlessly into an organization’s tech stack, proper planning and input from […]

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Ready for Your Workday Implementation? Don’t Overlook These Key Roles

More and more healthcare organizations are selecting and implementing Workday as their human capital management or enterprise resource planning solution. Workday is a flexible, cloud-based platform that can meet the modern HCM and ERP needs of major hospitals and health systems. As with any large software project, however, organizations risk disruption during a Workday installation […]

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Healthcare IT Leaders Developer Collaborates on AI-Driven Pandemic Solutions

Can Artificial Intelligence help policymakers implement more effective Covid-19 reopening strategies? Developers and data scientists from around the world aim to find out—and win a massive cash prize in the process. They are competing in the XPRIZE Pandemic Response Challenge, an international team competition focused on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to predict […]

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Use Alarms and Monitoring to Prevent Vaccine Spoilage

The push to vaccinate Americans for Covid-19 is highlighting a potential weak link in the supply chain:  refrigerators and freezers. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines approved for emergency use in the U.S. both require cold storage, and at least two hospitals have reported vaccine freezer failures, including the Boston VA where an unplugged freezer spoiled […]

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Reducing Healthcare IT Costs with Software-Defined Networks

An American Hospital Association study estimates financial losses for U.S. based hospitals at a staggering $320 billion for the year 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This has significantly impacted IT spending and forced IT leaders to explore new ways to reduce the cost of IT while ensuring care continuity. Reducing “keep the […]

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