Tempo Solutions understand the complexities associated with managing clinical assets and has
the capabilities to either create or support clinical engineering programs from new device
implantation to end of life. Our clinical professionals will help your engineering team scale and
optimize your resources.
Medical device maintenance has become extremely complex due to the
increase sophistication and specialization of equipment, integration with
electronic networks, dependence on outsourcing for specialized maintenance
and repairs. Biomedical equipment downtime may harm patient care and
compromise equipment related revenue. For these reasons, biomedical
devices must be repaired quickly and correctly to ensure safety, reliability and
accuracy. With biomedical equipment subject to government and other
regulation compliance, performance must be validated periodically to
maintain its integrity and obey The Joint Commission and DOH regulations.
Tempo Solutions has over 20+ years of experience technicians and engineers in biomedical equipment
maintenance with our solutions meeting or exceeding out healthcare client’s
The implementation of health information technology systems results from the
combination of evolving technologies and changing government policies that
influence the quality of patient care. The EMR (electronic medical records), PHR
(personal health record), HIE (health information exchange), and PHM (population
health management) are the key software used by healthcare providers to share
health records among multiple agencies. As demand increases, software installation
and configuration will be required to keep organization data safe.
Health technology improvements include patient portals which are not new that
provide more consumer-friendly design. Earlier, the patient portal could be a
cumbersome site that allowed patients to view upcoming visits and possibly see raw
lab test results. In contrast, modern portals provide more context for patient care.
The portal allows patients to communicate safely with their doctors, check the
services allowed by the insurance plan, pay bills, order prescriptions, download
complete medical records and possibly interact with chatbots to get additional
HIPAA’s (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) security and privacy
rules have long guided healthcare organizations to offer patients access to their
medical records while protecting this information. Given that data breaches and
malware attacks have killed the medical industry since 2010, these goals have
become even more urgent. In addition, traditional medical IT systems are now often
combined with network security and data security technologies.
While some detractors believe that EHR has led clinicians to spend more time
entering data rather than talking to patients and generating cumbersome federal
regulations, there is broad consensus on the benefits of health information
technology. These advantages include:
Ability to effectively manage population health management plans and reduce
expensive chronic health conditions using data analytics and big data
Use cognitive computing and analysis to tailor PM (Precision medicine) to
Capability to share healthcare data between theoretical researchers to update
new medical drugs and therapies
The right of patients to obtain and use their own health data and to work with
Tempo Solutions’ capabilities include installing various health information
technology systems as well as configuring the systems to ensure a custom program
tailored to the facilities requirement. Our professionals also customize firewalls and
often integrate with data security and cybersecurity technology to keep the data
secured from breaches and malware attacks while also safeguarding the
In software configuration, EHR configuration includes the creation and maintenance
of the physical environment in which the system will operate, as well as the
implementation of the required hardware and software infrastructure. Working
through this guide with a multi-disciplinary team will focus the team’s attention on
configuration-related recommended practices to optimize the safety and safe use of
the EHR. Configuration of an EHR’s hardware and software components within an
environment is complex and vulnerable to errors. EHRs are profoundly influenced by
their configuration, and numerous decisions must be made by the multi-disciplinary
configuration team. Generally, this team should include practicing clinicians to ensure
that technical components align with and support the clinical processes and
workflows impacted by their decisions. In addition to extensive initial configuration
work, maintenance processes and reliable & continuous configuration review must
be established and followed.
You recently realized the importance of installing EHR (electronic health record)
software in your healthcare practice with the benefits of helping your employees
work more efficiently and making it easier for you to share patient information with
your doctor. In order to receive financial rewards when dealing with Medicaid and
Medicare, you must use only certified EHR software. As a busy doctor, you always
want to set aside some time to familiarize yourself with setting up EHR. Here are four
simple steps to successfully implement EHR to help you continue to computerize your
patient records and unlock the power of digital charts.
Choose an EHR application and vendor: You should ensure that the vendor you
choose will perform a useful presentation for your team (especially those who
will be on the front line and use the software every day).
Define your implementation team: The more organized your employees around
the new EHR are, the faster you can get up and running. Timely implementation
depends on the formation of a team with all the necessary skills.
Educate yourself: Whether you are familiar with how EHR works or have become
a real-time expert, self-education of the software will prove to be very beneficial
in the implementation process. The more information you can get before
deciding on a particular EHR solution, the better your organization will be.
Going online: With the implementation of your new EHR, your team is
transforming into a new way of doing things, and you can't predict the problems
that might arise when you start using the system seriously.
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