Automation Helps Solve Challenges in Meeting Meaningful Use Objectives, According to New White Paper by Boston Software Sy

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- As healthcare providers work to meet the requirements of Meaningful Use, they face numerous IT challenges. These challenges range from the capture and flow of data to and from an electronic health record, ensuring privacy and compliance and driving clinical decision support to creating a health information exchange and implementing CPOE.

In a white paper titled, “Leveraging Automation to Solve the Top Challenges in Meeting Meaningful Use Objectives,” Boston Software Systems® offers examples of tactics used to meet Meaningful Use criteria. These examples are based on real-world experience from users who have deployed Boston WorkStation®, an automation tool that solves many challenges such as eliminating manual data entry, automating integration between information systems, validating security protocols and reporting to ensure compliance.

Other topics covered in the white paper include:

Overview of Meaningful Use
How EHR payments are calculated
The objectives that an organization must achieve to comply with Meaningful Use

To download a copy of the white paper, please visit http://www.bostonworkstation.com/white-paper-dl.aspx.

About Boston WorkStation

Boston WorkStation is a workflow automation and integration technology that provides an environment for on-demand process innovation and development. Boston WorkStation allows organizations to automate common tasks throughout the organization including revenue cycle projects, interactions with websites, integrating new applications, systems and devices, and electronically monitoring and managing user activity.

About Boston Software Systems

Boston Software Systems is the leading standard for workflow automation and system integration software, enabling organizations to streamline complex business processes and improve productivity. Over a thousand organizations worldwide respond to regulatory and business initiatives by using Boston Software Systems’ technologies to automate and improve processes throughout a variety of departments. Customers include more than 75 HCA hospitals, Mayo hospitals, Stanford Medical Center, CHRISTUS Health, Lutheran Health Network and Catholic Health Initiatives. Boston Software Systems partners with leading application, technology and system vendors such as McKesson, MEDITECH, Siemens, Emdeon, Ingenix and Quest Diagnostics. For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.bostonsoftwaresystems.com or call 866.653.5105. Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/bossoft and find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/BostonSoftwareSystems.

Boston Software Systems and Boston WorkStation are registered trademarks of Boston Software Systems, Inc.



CONTACT:

Boston Software Systems
Margaret Mayer, 866-653-5105 x 806
[email protected]
or
Schwartz Communications
Davida Dinerman/Kristen Perry, 781-684-0770
[email protected]

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INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Software  Practice Management  Health  Hospitals  Other Health  General Health

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