[wtr-time] Small hospitals can benefit from using telecase management or virtual medicine help to reduce improper admissions and increase patient volume.
[wtr-time] The emergency department (ED) in a small hospital can have difficulty with staffing. Getting the right people at all times impacts patient volume.
[wtr-time] Rural hospitals can use telemedicine to increase access to healthcare and offer more specialty services. Remote healthcare can save the small hospital.
[wtr-time] With the power of community perception, rural hospitals can remain open and thriving. Good perception, however, comes from good performance.
[wtr-time] In the emergency department (ED), outsourcing is a proven strategy for increasing revenue while keeping overhead costs low.
[wtr-time] With limited resources, small hospitals need to find ways to survive. Improving operational efficiencies can have a significant impact.
[wtr-time] Boosting staff morale is crucial in small hospitals. In healthcare, physician burnout is a problem with significant consequences.
[wtr-time] With the shift to value-based care, rural hospitals need to focus on improving efficiency and quality to maximize reimbursement.
[wtr-time] Telemedicine refers to the practice of treating patients over technology. In rural EDs, telehealth can improve coordination of care.
[wtr-time] HCAHPS is a crucial tool for improving patient experience and decreasing wait times in small community hospitals to improve HCAHPS scores.