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Episode 2: The challenges that doctors face with incomplete clinical data when treating their patients

Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

Release Date: 01/24/2023

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Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

What makes healthcare unique and complex is that it involves both internal consitutents and external stakeholders, multiple processes and a number of technology dependencies.  This podcast is for practice administrators and healthcare providers who are looking to make improvements to their clinical operational processes. We must start with understanding what our vision is for our practice and then contemplate how these operational improvements will support that vision. Your vision provides a north star for the critical decisions your practice is making on behalf of the patients that you...

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Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

Interoperability is a critical component of value-based care models and frankly, good care. Practices will need to recognize that interoperability workflows need to accomodate both fax and electronic record exchange. It is important to have workflows and tools that can support our current process and future processes when it comes to managing medical records.  With interoperability at the forefront of our healthcare system, it’s imperative decision-makers seize the opportunity to connect and collaborate with other physicians. At the end of the day, the main directive is to...

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Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

Clinical health information exchanges were created to be used for the bi-directional exchange of clinical information about mutual patients; this means that if you take something from the clinical exchange, so that other future treating providers can see a comprehensive clinical history about the patient, you are required to give something back.  When all providers do this, over time, patient information will become more and more comprehensive and consistently available to all treating physicians.  Over time, this expectation will become more routine but practices are still learning...

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Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

Our Chief Health Innovation Officer, Ken Bradley hosts Dr. Chad Levitt for our most recent podcast.  A board-certified radiation oncologist and Atlanta-native, Dr. Chad Levitt completed his doctorate and residency at Emory University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Levitt has served as clinical director of oncology practices and departments previously in Colorado, Florida, and Georgia. He is the founder of Radiotherapy Associates of Forsyth as well as ONCare Specialty Consultants. With over 20 years of experience in the treatment of cancer, Dr. Levitt has, over the years, been at the...

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Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

The need for treating physicians to have a complete clinical understanding, which includes the need for a complete clinical history of each patient hasn't changed, but the process of how that clinical history is found and exchanged is beginning to change. With the new 21st Century Cures Act, the ground rules are taking shape and regulation that prohibits not-sharing is in place. However, we're at the very beginning of a long - and likely lengthy - journey to 100% digital exchange. In the meantime, providers, health systems and clinicians must  treat patients in need of treatment and can't...

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Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

Our healthcare system is plagued by a number of rising issues, including inefficient management of medical records. What can you as a clinician do? Find out. While difficult, health systems and practices must nevertheless find ways to improve so they can provide high-quality treatment to patients and provide solutions that enable staff to do the accurate and efficient job they want to do.  And all of this must be done while keeping an eye on cost and revenue objectives. The first step is to create a plan, and the critically important second step is to implement that plan. Find out more...

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This week, please welcome Ellen Bailey, a seasoned executive who is currently serving as a Board member at a major healthcare system based in Atlanta. During her career, Ellen also served as the Chief Operating Officer of a major cardiology practice for 15 plus years where it grew from over 5 to 30 physicians during her leadership.  Ellen has worked in a wide range of industries as an entrepreneur and an executive with deep executive, finance and operational expertise. She now serves as a partner for Midtown Consulting Group. Ellen poses the question to our listeners; why can we order a...

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Vivlio Health - improving the medical record workflow

We are excited to have a guest speaker join us today. Dr. Barry D. Mangel is a board-certified, interventional cardiologist. Dr. Mangel serves as the Chief Cardiology Officer of the Wellstar Health System in Georgia. Dr. Mangel is a diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners and the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is board-certified in cardiovascular diseases and interventional cardiology. He is a member of the Medical Association of Georgia and the Cobb County Medical Society, and is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology.  Healthcare resources are increasingly...

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We all want to improve efficiency on the job. When caring for patients, it is mission critical to optimize the time your staff can spend directly taking care of patients and creating more time to take on new patients. Administrative and clinical staff should be helping patients get treatment and helping physicians provide treatment; not chasing medical records and data. Forward thinking practices are embracing new technologies to solve these challenges.  Now is a great time to assess if these processes pose a challenge for you in your practice and how you could be addressing them. ...

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We are excited to have a guest speaker join us today. Dr. Barry D. Mangel is a board-certified, interventional cardiologist. Dr. Mangel serves as the Chief Cardiology Officer of the Wellstar Health System in Georgia. Dr. Mangel is a diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners and the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is board-certified in cardiovascular diseases and interventional cardiology. He is a member of the Medical Association of Georgia and the Cobb County Medical Society, and is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology. 

Healthcare resources are increasingly scarce especially in healthcare.  Human resources are more costly and therefore it is imperative to be able to do more with less for healthcare organizations and practices. As practioncers, we need to leverage technology and worfkow automation as much as possible in an effort to improve patient outcomes.  Time that is not spent looking for medical records, can be returned to face-to-face patient care.