A next-generation solution helps ensure that all facets of the practice run like a well-oiled machine — streamlining workflow, improving information access, enhancing patient healthcare quality and driving better financial outcomes.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) April 28, 2016
Starfleet Research today announced the release of The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Medical Practice Management Solutions. Featuring research, insights and recommendations for selecting and maximizing the value of a next-generation technology solution, this comprehensive and unbiased eBook is required reading for anyone seeking to improve efficiency and effectiveness in their medical practice.
Regardless of size or area of specialization, every ambulatory practice today has a need for medical billing, medical coding, workflow automation, EHR/EMR integration and other advanced software capabilities that can deliver optimal results. A next-generation solution helps ensure that all facets of the practice run like a well-oiled machine — streamlining workflow, improving information access, enhancing patient healthcare quality and driving better financial outcomes.
What emerging technology trends, payment models, regulatory mandates, patient expectations, and data integration and performance reporting requirements should medical practices keep in mind? What buying considerations and evaluation criteria should influence their technology purchase decisions? How can they maximize the value of the investment in a next-generation practice management system once it has been implemented?
Written by healthcare IT experts, and produced by Starfleet Research, The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Medical Practice Management Solutions (click here to access) addresses these and many other critical questions. The goal is to help medical practice executives, office managers, IT administrators, physicians and others make the right technology decisions and drive continuous performance improvement.
The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Medical Practice Management Solutions marks Starfleet Research's expansion into healthcare IT. Other Smart Decision Guides have focused on such industries as hospitality and retail. "We're delighted to play an instrumental role in educating the healthcare provider marketplace," said Jeff Zabin, research director at Starfleet Research. "We've received a lot of positive feedback on this title and hope decision makers find it to be valuable in the context of their specific needs." Upcoming titles include: The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Electronic Health Records and The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Revenue Cycle Management.
The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Medical Practice Management Solutions, which is 44 pages in length, includes research data collected from 137 qualified survey respondents across different geographies, different types and sizes of medical practices, and different roles in the organization. The content was independently produced, providing for unbiased, fact-based information. The underwriters include the following industry leaders: AdvancedMD, Allscripts, CareCloud, GE Healthcare and RxNT.
The 2016 Smart Decision Guide to Medical Practice Management Solutions is currently available for complimentary download. It can be accessed here.
About Smart Decision Guides
Smart Decision Guides™ produced and distributed by Starfleet Research serve as definitive resources and required reading for decision makers who need to make technology-related purchase decisions – and maximize the value of their investments – in selected niche markets. The content is independently produced, without editorial involvement from company underwriters, providing for unbiased, fact-based information and recommendations. Starfleet Research is the IT market research arm of Starfleet Media, the leading provider of content marketing programs for B2B companies in selected niche markets. Our Smart Decision Guides™, benchmark reports, Actionable Insights Reports™ and cobranded eBooks have been accessed by more than 50,000 companies over the past 12 months. To learn more, please visit http://www.starfleetresearch.com.