Blogs

Blogs, Patient Access

Changing the Tone of Patient Access at Floyd Health

9/21/2020

Do you ever receive complaints from physicians about employee behavior? Do patients ever claim they received contradictory information from different associates? At Floyd Health in Rome, Georgia, leaders wanted to get to the root of these and other scenarios by establishing objective proof of encounters in Patient Access. Proof came in the form of recordings […]

Blogs, NAHAM

Connecting Healthcare Data: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

9/15/2020

Connecting disconnected data has been the key driver of Vyne Medical for more than 20 years. Throughout the last two decades, we’ve developed a longstanding relationship with the National Association of Healthcare Access Management (NAHAM) and its members. Participation in NAHAM’s conferences and webinars have played a key role in our development and growth as […]

Blogs, Call Recording, Performance, Quality Assurance

Quantifying Qualitative Data to Drive Performance

9/10/2020

Performance. Quality. Compliance. Read any healthcare blog or website and it’s clear that these initiatives are intended to be the driving forces behind delivering exemplary patient care experiences for healthcare organizations across the U.S. Of course, the measurements and processes for collecting, analyzing and reporting data related to these objectives vary greatly between the clinical […]

Blogs, Denials

How to Win the Battle of Denials Management

9/3/2020

Proof! Insurance Companies Demand It. Does Your Team have the Resources to Produce It? Every day in every hospital and healthcare organization across the country, teams are faced with a common challenge that is as old as the practice of medicine itself. Even under the best of circumstances, hospitals have disputes with insurance payers over […]

Blogs, Fax Evolution

Break the Bottleneck, Connect the Data: The problem of disconnected data in the nation’s response to COVID-19

8/31/2020

A recent article in The New York Times, “Bottleneck for U.S. Coronavirus Response: The Fax Machine,” highlights data exchange challenges emerging in a Texas health department as laboratories and physicians struggle to share complete and timely information related to COVID-19 testing. The struggle – in large part because of disparate, disconnected technology – represents a […]

Blogs, Case Management

Making the Case for Case Management Teams Using the Trace Platform

8/25/2020

For years now, the healthcare industry has been raising awareness of the importance of case management teams throughout our healthcare system. Never before has this group of professionals been more important than today as the United States sees a massive shift in its aging population. “The aging of baby boomers means that within just a […]

Blogs, NAHAM

Vyne Medical is a Proud Sponsor of the NAHAM Online Experience

8/21/2020

In a year full of event cancellations, Vyne Medical is thrilled to support NAHAM in their innovative vision of a virtual conference experience. The online conference begins on Wednesday, September 9th and continues each Wednesday for the following three weeks. Each day features four sessions filled with thought leadership content between the hours of 10 […]

Blogs, Epic, Integration

Trace Voice Solution Integration in the Epic App Orchard

8/4/2020

Vyne Medical and our Trace® solution are dedicated to helping hospitals and health systems capture and share information to ensure a more complete patient record, create workflow efficiencies and recover lost revenue. We are committed to ongoing innovation and are always considering opportunities to drive additional client value. The newest addition to the Trace portfolio is […]

Blogs, Fax Evolution

Digital Fax Offers Effective Data Management Solution in Response to COVID-19

8/3/2020

Perspectives surrounding COVID-19 data and testing continue to proliferate, much like the virus itself. As providers find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer volume of COVID-related data, experts question the capacity of our healthcare infrastructure to accurately process and report testing information. COVID-19 is exposing just a sliver of the archaic data management processes many of […]

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