To put it simply, healthcare compliance is following the rules, regulations, and laws regarding your practice. Compliance can cover both internal and external issues, but the most essential aspects of compliance are generally considered to be patient safety, patient privacy, and billing practices.
In this article, learn 5 tips for overcoming the current high rate of staffing shortages in the dental industry. Using Uptime Health helps implement these tips.
Routine maintenance of your dental equipment can save you from unexpected issues and increase your revenue and the longevity of your devices.
In a recent UptimeHealth webinar with Dr. John Koehler, editor-in-chief of OccDocOne, a web-based injury management platform, we discussed the risks that acuity degradation poses to urgent cares and how to beat the growing trend.
In this episode, Sonya and Melissa spend time with industry expert, Jinesh Patel. Jinesh talks about why innovation in equipment management for dental practices is needed and how he hopes to give time back to office managers everywhere.
Jinesh Patel, Co-Founder and CEO at UptimeHealth, shares his startup journey and the lessons he learned along the way. He has managed to be a transformative force for SMB’s in the medical device management and compliance field.
Slice of Healthcare episode #152 features Jinesh Patel, Co-Founder & CEO at UptimeHealth. He talks about UptimeHealth and how they manage compliance for their clients so they can take care of patients.
Jinesh Patel of UptimeHealth speaks with Startup Info about how we are automating the medical equipment management process
We innovate by committee and client feedback. Every month, we have a reflective process where we have a two-hour meeting with our core team where we ask ourselves, “how can we be better?”, “what else can we do to get closer to our north start?” “what do our clients need to be successful?”.
Our CEO, Jinesh Patel, had the pleasure of speaking with the Global Entrepreneurship Network about his time at the Entrepreneurship World Cup in 2019, where UptimeHealth finished in the Global Top 40.
In response to the novel coronavirus, a Boston, Mass.-based health technology startup, UptimeHealth, is offering its software, “GoCheckIt,” completely free to overwhelmed urgent care centers, hospitals, and surgical centers.