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.
The ever-present safety and security risks in most healthcare environments underscore the existence of regulatory requirements in patient care. Read on to see how the same applies to Urgent Care, and how compliance makes the difference in your practice.
UptimeHealth partners with Medical Practice Success as a Trusted and Preferred Vendor offering compliance support to clients
Medical Practice Success (MPS) is happy to announce the selection of UptimeHealth as the preferred choice to provide compliance software for their current clients providing the following services: Urgent Care, Primary Care, Dermatology, Physical Medicine, Interventional Pain Management, Imaging, Age Management and Telemedicine.
“It has automated everything to make an entire process much more simple. Previously, if I needed to know a log at another facility, I had to call the manager and they had to pull the log and read it off to me. It is very nice not having to find a place to store paper.”
The healthcare sector was probably one of the worst-hit by the pandemic, although not in the way that many other sectors were affected. While others counted the cost in slowing revenue and disrupted business operations, healthcare facilities found themselves overtaxed and stretched to almost breaking.
In every clinical facility setting, burnout is often the boogeyman in the room. Are there strategies you can implement to keep your key employees fresh and avoid burnout? Here’s how UptimeHealth can help.
“I absolutely would recommend Uptime. It is seamless it is user-friendly. You can see what is going on, as well as hold team members accountable. Everyone has access to it, so there is no waiting process, and everyone knows what is going on in real-time. I also like the fact that whenever we needed something changed, or had a question, you were always quick to respond.”
Just as the tools of an artisan are sacrosanct to his trade; well kept, pruned, cleaned, polished, and sharpened -so also must the equipment of the health professional be. Why? How?, and for what reasons? This article tells you all you need to know.
Here, we explain what organizations should look for in reliable biomedical technicians, and why it is critical to have one sitting in the next office or immediately available on speed dial.
Michael Kulczycki brings his 40 years of experience and knowledge as the former executive director for the Ambulatory Care Accreditation Program at The Joint Commission to UptimeHealth’s Advisory Board.