Picis Media Coverage

Picis has been in the media spotlight. Find out where:

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Unifying Anesthesia Documentation

Central Washington Hospital implements solutions to automate all aspects of perioperative care.
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Hospital ED formula: Quality = revenue growth

Although the title of chief nursing informatics officer or nurse informaticist isn't exactly commonplace, data is increasingly becoming a part of nurses' day-to-day working lives...
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ED Transforms Itself

by Leveraging Technology, People & Business Management Strategies
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OR Efficiencies

Picis Perioperative Suite improves the flow of information across the perioperative continuum of care while decreasing repetitive processes, increasing staff efficiencies and improving communication.
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Hospital Improves OR Efficiency by 5%

With Picis software, Frimley Park Hospital has increased OR operational efficiency and performance, allowing their staff to focus more time and attention on patient care.
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Coding Accuracy Mitigates Compliance Concerns

Chief Compliance Officer, Candace Shaeffer discusses the importance of compliant coding and documentation procedures in order to decrease error and optimize critical care reimbursement.
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5 Best Practices for Hospitals Improved Financial Health

CHRISTUS Health increased net revenue across its 21 facilities by nearly $9 million by leveraging E/Point technology for improved charging accuracy, efficiency and compliance.
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New Picis solutions focus on finances

CEO Todd Cozzens pointed out that healthcare IT vendors are focused these days on developing products that not only improve clinical documentation, but also save money.
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Are You a "Meaningful User" of Healthcare Tech?

Picis' Mark D. Crockett, MD, FACEP, President, Emergency Care Division, sheds light on this often misunderstood term.
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Simply Operational

Health Data Management interviews Janet Burke, operating room systems manager at Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA on the hospital's Picis perioperatiave solution.
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Electronic records, boosted by stimulus, rush hospitals into unchartered territory

Dr. Neil Meehan of Lawrence General Hospital, Lawrence, MA, credits Picis ED PulseCheck with reducing ER wait times (LOS) and number of patients leaving the ED without treatment (LWBS).
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Hospital ED formula: Quality = revenue growth

Jeff Wadja, DO, MS, FACEP, Vice President of Clinical Services, LYNX Medical Systems, a Picis company, explains why the ED is a microcosm for healthcare's overall financial ills, and that focusing on quality is the cure.
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Information systems improve hospital emergency departments

Dr. Gary Kavit, Medical Director, Riverside Regional Medical Center, describes the process of automating Riverside's greatly expanded ED from vendor selection through implementation to cost-saving results.
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Picis pulls in $2M from VA for anesthesia records system

Continuing to build momentum with U.S. Veterans Affairs hospitals, Picis was awarded two VA contracts by VISN 10 for its five medical centers.
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Customized Integration

By integrating its supply automation system with Picis' OR Manager information system, Beaufort Memorial Hospital has saved nurses time and improved accuracy in surgical supply documentation.
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CBS Evening News - The Future of Medical Records

This video clip features Inova Health System and the benefits of an automated medical records system, in this case part of the Picis ED PulseCheck solution now installed in nine of its 10 healthcare facilities.
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Sentara CIO Discusses Why to Bridge Epic to E/Point

A recent interview with Bert Reese, CIO of Sentara Healthcare, describes why they developed an interface between Picis LYNX E/Point and Epic Corporation's Software to preserve the financial returns and benefits to clinicians.
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