How Technology is Addressing Staffing Issues in Patient Access

At least 15 percent of American hospitals are experiencing critical staffing shortages, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Staffing shortages have translated to employees working longer hours, extra shifts, and sometimes mandatory overtime. Many wear multiple hats, balancing both clinical and administrative responsibilities in an effort to cover the gaps. While at its core, a staffing shortage is a people resource problem, technology presents viable solutions to many of the challenges hospitals face in crisis. In this webinar, thought leaders from Vyne Medical will discuss solutions such as remote technologies, automation and integration tools hospitals are using to boost efficiency and address staffing gaps.

Learning Objectives

  1. Consider how remote technologies enable productive and connected remote work while supporting hospital workflows.
  2. Evaluate use of system integrations to automate data exchange and redirect staff time to higher value activities.
  3. Review digital self-service alternatives to manual, contact-driven processes such as patient registration, customer support and payment.
  4. Discuss automated form recognition used to capture patient data from documents such as orders, registration, and insurance forms


Robbie Lee, IT Director, Advent Health
Marcia Patterson, Solution Architect, Vyne Medical
Derek Morgan, CRE , Vyne Medical

Facilitated by:

Scott Overholt, Chief Business Officer, Vyne Medical


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This webinar is part of a joint program with Vyne Medical and has been prepared for informational purposes only.  The content does not constitute legal advice.  The opinions and views expressed in the webinar are the opinions of the designated presenters and do not reflect the opinions or views of Vyne Medical.