Evident Blog

  • How Automation Can Streamline Employee Scheduling

    Automation is transforming the way healthcare organizations manage and retain talent. Discover the impact of intuitive mobile apps and web-based portals in streamlining employee scheduling and enhancing workforce satisfaction.

  • How To Simplify Your Payroll

    Efficient payroll management is essential for businesses as they prepare for the new year. Discover how the 3R Management Suite can streamline payroll processing, enhance time tracking, and simplify scheduling to ensure compliance and improve employee satisfaction.

  • Empower Employees With Face-Recognition Time Clocks for Time and Attendance

    Discover how the 3R Management Suite offers a transformative approach to employee management, integrating advanced face-recognition time clocks for precise time and attendance tracking. Coupled with streamlined payroll and scheduling processes, this technology empowers healthcare organizations to efficiently manage their workforce.

  • How Shared-Risk Financials Can Increase Revenue for Healthcare Organizations

    Shared-risk financials have the potential to transform healthcare organizations. Discover how growth, innovation, and success can be a shared adventure, making your path to additional revenue clearer and more exciting.

  • Why Cost Shouldn’t Be a Concern To Advance Your EHR

    Imagine upgrading your healthcare center’s technology without the nightmare of extensive costs. With Evident’s nTrust program, this dream can become a reality. Explore a world where top-tier healthcare meets budget-friendly solutions and say goodbye to financial stress.

  • The Biggest Healthcare Challenges Facing Rural Communities Today

    What are the biggest healthcare challenges facing rural communities today? Jeremy Jones, CEO of Arbuckle Memorial Hospital, highlights some of the obstacles rural hospitals encounter and the ways an electronic health record (EHR) solution can help.

  • 5 Ways To Streamline Collections for Healthcare Organizations

    Healthcare organizations often grapple with efficient collections, which can directly impact their bottom line. Discover actionable strategies that marry technology and the human touch to elevate your billing processes, improve patient relationships, and boost revenue.

  • How Rural Hospitals Can Achieve Better Financial Management

    Prudent financial management facilitates thriving rural healthcare. Discover the key strategies and insights that can empower rural hospitals to navigate financial challenges and attain sustainable growth.

  • How To Ensure Data Integrity in Healthcare Organizations

    Discover the crucial steps and strategies to uphold data integrity in healthcare organizations and safeguard sensitive patient information. Explore how robust security measures, compliance with regulatory standards, and a culture of data stewardship are essential in maintaining the trust and reliability of healthcare data.

  • Contract Management: Why Every Hospital Needs It

    In the complex world of healthcare, effective contract management is key to ensuring seamless operations and financial prudence. Discover why a robust contract management system is not only beneficial but also essential for every hospital.

  • Untangling Digital Networks To Provide a Seamless EHR Experience

    When Artesia General Hospital decided to digitize its medical recordkeeping, it lacked a unified solution. Discover how Evident stepped in to untangle multiple disparate systems and replace them with the Thrive EHR. The result was a seamless integration of electronic health records (EHRs) into hospital operations — and a successful partnership ongoing for more than a decade.

  • Leveraging Technology To Reduce Operating Room Turnover Times

    Technology is revolutionizing operating room efficiency, streamlining procedures, and reducing turnover times. Explore the innovative solutions enhancing surgical workflows and improving patient care.

  • Best Practices for Implementing a New EHR System

    A well-planned electronic health record (EHR) system implementation can be the bedrock of efficient healthcare delivery. Discover the key steps to ensure a dependable, long-term solution that optimizes patient care and workflow effectiveness — from pre-planning to post-rollout quality assurance.

  • How To Leverage EHR Systems for Population Health Management

    Electronic health record (EHR) systems are becoming essential allies for healthcare providers aiming to enhance community-level care in rural areas with higher concentrations of at-risk populations. By analyzing macro health trends through EHR data, providers can unlock valuable insights to drive targeted interventions and uplift the health of entire communities.

  • Using EHR Data Analytics for Better Clinical Decisions

    Electronic health record (EHR) systems are revolutionizing healthcare by transforming patient data into actionable insights. Discover how EHR data analytics can provide more informed and personalized care delivery, shaping the future of clinical decision-making.

  • 5 Ways To Safeguard Patient Data With EHR Systems

    Discover the best practices that should be at the forefront of every electronic health record (EHR) system implementation. Keep these practices in mind to enhance the protection of patient data and bolster your overall security framework.

  • How User Experience Impacts EHR Adoption and Effectiveness

    The effectiveness of electronic health records (EHRs) is dependent on their user-friendliness for healthcare providers. Explore the connection between EHR usability, adoption rates, and their profound influence on patient care and healthcare administration.

  • How Evident’s MyCareCorner Live Support Helps With Patient Satisfaction

    How can Evident’s MyCareCorner support line improve patient satisfaction? Jeanette Adams, clinical informaticist for Pratt Regional Medical Center, explains the benefits of having a dedicated phone line to assist patients.

  • Technology and Social Determinants: Leveraging Digital Solutions To Improve Rural Healthcare

    Technology is revolutionizing rural healthcare by bridging the gap caused by social determinants of health (SDOH). From telehealth services to mobile health applications, discover the transformative potential of digital solutions in improving access to quality care for rural populations.

  • EHRs and RCM: Helping Rural Hospitals Achieve Profitability

    The integration of electronic health records (EHRs) and revenue cycle management (RCM) can transform the financial stability of rural hospitals. Discover how these interconnected technologies can drive operational success, enabling underserved populations to access healthcare services in their local communities.

  • How Healthcare Price Transparency Builds Bridges to Rural Populations

    Discover how price transparency in healthcare is bridging the gap for rural populations, who face disproportionately higher costs. By making pricing information readily available, rural residents gain the power to make informed decisions, ensuring access to affordable care and bringing peace of mind to their choices.

  • Why Rural Healthcare Providers Must Foster Trust and How They Can Earn It

    From enhancing communication and patient satisfaction to empowering individuals in their health management, discover practical tips to foster trust and build stronger relationships between healthcare providers and patients in rural areas.

  • How EHRs Bring Evidence-Based Decision-Making to Rural Healthcare

    Electronic health records (EHRs) are revolutionizing healthcare in rural areas by bringing evidence-based decision-making to the forefront. Discover how EHR systems give rural healthcare providers access to comprehensive patient data, enabling improved care coordination and better patient outcomes.

  • 6 Ways To Improve Patient Screening

    Conducting thorough, targeted patient screenings is an excellent way to enhance patient engagement. From designing comprehensive questionnaires to embracing cutting-edge technology, discover how to optimize the screening process while prioritizing patient safety and personalized care.

  • How EHRs Support a Patient-Provider Dialogue

    Electronic health records (EHRs) have revolutionized patient-provider communication by empowering patients and enabling informed decision-making. Explore the benefits of EHR systems in facilitating access to patient information, improving care coordination, and fostering engagement for patients and providers.

  • Secure Texting: An Effective Method of Communicating With Healthcare Practitioners?

    Secure texting is transforming healthcare communication by providing a confidential and efficient method for practitioners to collaborate on care plans. From improved accessibility and responsiveness to reduced errors and enhanced patient outcomes, discover how secure texting offers an ideal solution for seamless communication in modern healthcare settings.

  • Are Fax Machines a Thing of the Past in Healthcare?

    Is it time to bid farewell to fax machines in healthcare? Discover the challenges, advantages, and alternatives to fax communications in the evolving healthcare technology landscape.

  • How To Leverage Your EHRs During Care Transitions

    Electronic health records (EHRs) can revolutionize care transitions by enabling seamless information exchange, collaborative care, and better visibility into a patient’s journey. Discover the best practices to harness the power of EHRs and optimize healthcare delivery.

  • Strategies for Improving Health Literacy in Small Communities

    Better health literacy can empower small communities to bridge the gap in health outcomes and create proactive, more informed populations. From engaging community partnerships to culturally tailored communication and accessible health information, explore the roadmap for transforming health literacy in close-knit settings.

  • What Does Your EHR Ecosystem Look Like?

    Discover the untapped potential of your electronic health record (EHR) ecosystem and the ways digital synergies can improve patient care. Dive into the world of integration opportunities, explore the benefits of interoperability, and learn how leveraging these synergies can revolutionize healthcare delivery, improving patient outcomes and organizational efficiency.

  • Top 5 Challenges in EHR Interoperability

    Many obstacles can impede the flow of patient data across healthcare systems. From fragmented systems and privacy concerns to technical hurdles and governance issues, discover the top challenges in EHR interoperability and potential solutions for achieving seamless data exchange.

  • Why You Should Create a Standardization Plan for Your EHRs

    A well-executed standardization plan is the key to unlocking the full potential of electronic health records (EHRs). From seamless implementation to streamlined workflows and enhanced data integrity, discover the compelling reasons why healthcare organizations must prioritize standardization for optimal EHR utilization and improved patient care.

  • Why Education Should Accompany EHR Implementation

    As healthcare professionals navigate the digital frontier of patient care with the implementation of electronic health records (EHRs), the need for guidance and training becomes paramount. Discover why education is the key to successful EHR adoption and how healthcare organizations can empower their staff to harness the full potential of these digital systems.

  • Top Challenges of Emergency Care in Rural Hospitals and Strategies To Overcome Them

    Emergency care in rural hospitals faces a unique set of obstacles, from limited resources and training to long distances to advanced medical facilities. With the right solutions, healthcare providers can ensure patients in rural areas receive the critical care they need and deserve.

  • How To Prevent EHRs From Becoming a Safety Risk

    In an increasingly digitized healthcare landscape, preventing electronic health records (EHRs) from becoming a safety risk is of utmost importance. Discover the best strategies providers can adopt to avoid these risks.

  • EHR Trends: Harnessing the Power of Data With Machine Learning

    Discover how machine learning is revolutionizing electronic health records (EHRs) by improving the accuracy of diagnosis and treatment, increasing efficiency, and reducing costs, ultimately leading to better patient outcomes and enhanced data security.

  • 5 Ways EHRs Empower Patients

    Electronic health records (EHRs) have revolutionized healthcare by digitizing patient information and enabling better communication among healthcare providers. But EHRs aren’t just a tool for providers. Discover how they can also empower patients to take a more active role in managing their health.

  • The 4 Biggest Comorbidities Rural Providers Must Combat

    Rural healthcare providers face daunting challenges in combating comorbidities. From cardiovascular disease and diabetes to mental health and substance abuse disorders, discover the top comorbidities demanding attention in rural communities and effective strategies for addressing them.

  • How To Reduce Physician Burnout

    Physician burnout isn’t just detrimental to doctors’ well-being. It also complicates patient care and burdens the healthcare system as a whole. Discover how healthcare administrators can reduce burnout and which strategies make the most difference in lowering stress levels.

  • 6 Challenges Facing Rural Health Populations in 2023

    Rural populations face numerous obstacles in accessing healthcare. Discover the six biggest challenges standing between rural communities and quality healthcare in 2023. Rural populations face numerous obstacles in accessing healthcare. Discover the six biggest challenges standing between rural communities and quality healthcare in 2023.

  • How Digitization Is Saving Healthcare Deserts

    Digitization has become a critical solution to saving healthcare deserts. Through telemedicine, electronic health records, and other digital health innovations, healthcare is becoming more accessible to those in remote and underserved areas.Digitization has become a critical solution to saving healthcare deserts. Through telemedicine, electronic health records, and other digital health innovations, healthcare is becoming more accessible to those in remote and underserved areas.

  • The Role of EHRs in Health Information Management and Release of Information

    Electronic health records (EHRs) play a crucial role in health information management (HIM) by improving data accuracy, accessibility, and communication among healthcare providers. The release of information (ROI) in healthcare is also an important aspect EHRs can facilitate, ensuring compliance with HIPAA regulations and enhancing patient engagement and satisfaction. Discover how all three come together in the modern digital healthcare landscape.

  • How To Define "Rural" Healthcare

    Rural healthcare in the United States faces unique challenges, including limited availability of providers and specialized services, as well as geographic and socioeconomic barriers to accessing care. Addressing these challenges requires innovative solutions and a commitment to investing in rural healthcare infrastructure. Above all, it means understanding what defines “rural” healthcare.

  • How Provider Consolidation Is Impacting Rural Hospitals

    Provider consolidation is a growing trend in the healthcare industry, and it’s creating unique challenges for rural patients. As rural hospitals and healthcare facilities close, patients are left without easy access to regular and specialist care. With an already stark contrast between rural and urban healthcare, consolidation may further damage rural prospects for care equity.

  • 5 Reasons Interoperability Is Vital for EHR

    Interoperability is among the most critical concepts in modern healthcare. As providers increasingly rely on interconnected systems, it’s helpful to understand how interoperability works and why it’s important — especially with electronic health records (EHR).

  • Rural Healthcare Trends To Watch in 2023

    Amid all the healthcare challenges in recent years, it’s easy to overlook opportunities to improve patient care and expand accessibility. Learn which trends will affect rural healthcare in 2023 and how they will affect the patient experience.

  • Why EHR Security Is Crucial for Compliance

    Electronic health records (EHR) are mobilizing patient data like never before, but they do come with challenges. While patient data is more accessible, it can be less secure. HIPAA regulations demand EHR security, and failure to comply comes with serious consequences for healthcare systems and their patients.

  • Evident Effects: EHR and Continuity of Care

    Healthcare is a different journey for every patient, whether they’re the pinnacle of health or someone battling to manage a chronic condition. A comprehensive record of this journey is integral to informed healthcare decisions. Electronic health records (EHR) present a complete picture of patient data — because better outcomes tomorrow rely on good information today.

  • Specialty Care in Rural America

    Specialty care providers are in high demand, but there are too few to satisfy growing patient needs. In rural areas, there’s even higher demand — one less likely to be met as specialists remain concentrated in urban centers.

  • The Rural Healthcare Experience

    The struggles of rural residents seeking healthcare are often enough to dissuade them from taking an active role in their wellness. It’s up to providers to leverage technology to reduce barriers to access, navigate a simpler path to patient care, and create a better patient experience. It’s time to improve the rural healthcare experience.

  • Evident Effects: EHR and the Patient Experience

    With patient experience as the guiding metric for how providers administer care, electronic health records (EHR) are an increasingly integral tool for charting the course. From keeping patients informed about their health to making test results and imaging more accessible, EHR platforms help providers create the best possible patient experience.

  • Overcoming Technology Adoption Resistance in Rural Healthcare

    We tend to think of technology gaps between urban and rural in the context of consumer electronics, but as healthcare continues to go digital, rural populations are being left behind. There’s not just reluctance to modernize — there’s often resistance. No matter where it stems from, surmounting this resistance is key to helping rural populations access critical healthcare.

  • The Evolution of EHR

    Electronic health records (EHR) are critical for connecting patients, physicians, and data. As an essential part of the healthcare ecosystem, EHR platforms have come a long way since their inception.

  • EHR 101: Technology for Rural Healthcare

    Rural populations are often at a disadvantage when it comes to healthcare accessibility and quality. The secret to raising the standard of care and improving access for rural populations starts with electronic health records (EHR).

  • Evident Effects: EHR and the Provider Experience

    Healthcare providers are increasingly reliant on EHRs for facilitating a higher standard of patient care. For optimal results, an EHR must provide a seamless user experience for providers — from data entry and recall to record transmission and continuity of care.

  • Three Critical Features of Functional EHR

    As healthcare providers continue to adopt electronic health records (EHR) as part of their approach to patient care and administration, EHR platforms must deliver essential functional features for seamless technology integration.

  • Staffing Shortages and Rural Healthcare

    Healthcare staff shortages are a nationwide concern — particularly in rural areas. There simply aren’t enough doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals to go around. Provider shortages have a ripple effect on rural healthcare, with complications for patient quality of life, financial health, and independence.

  • A Tale of Two Worlds: Urban vs. Rural Medical Care

    Significant disparities in medical care exist between urban and rural areas. From accessibility to equipment and even providers, the caliber of care for rural populations is rife with challenges, but medical technology is making significant strides to improve both the quality and accessibility of rural care.





Tracey Schroeder