Many clinics have EHR and practice management systems to manage patient clinical records, scheduling appointments, patient communication and billing. These are important tools for streamlined clinical documentation, as well administrative and financial activities. Yet a big gap exists between these front- and back-end processes, leaving inefficiencies in patient and staff workflows unaddressed.
Clinics can use real-time location systems (RTLS) to fill that gap. With RTLS, automatically-collected location data gives care teams visibility into what is happening with patients throughout the facility. They have in-the-moment context for moving patients efficiently through care processes, and can quickly see when bottlenecks are causing delays so steps can be taken to improve patient and staff workflows.
In this webinar, you will learn:
What a real-time location system
(RTLS) is and how it works
How RTLS impacts key clinic operational performance metrics, like patient wait times, average cycle times, exam room efficiency, patient access and patient satisfaction
How RTLS supplements existing
clinic technology solutions
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About the speaker
Senior Product Manager
Marnie Lange oversees the clinic product portfolio, including in-depth research into outpatient market needs and translating them into actionable product requirements.
Marnie has an extensive healthcare background. Prior to joining Intelligent InSites in 2013, she held the title of director of clinical operations at Sanford Health’s Eating and Weight Disorders Institute. In this position, she provided leadership and direction for clinical and business operations for multiple clinic areas – including development of strategic initiatives, management of financial and capital budgets, and the establishment of performance metrics to promote retention, client satisfaction and clinical excellence. She also led provisioning of care through continuous process improvement to ensure optimal patient experience.
Marnie is a licensed, certified social worker and LEAN certified. She received a master’s degree in social work from the University of North Dakota and an MBA with an emphasis in healthcare from the University of Mary.