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It’s important that entrepreneurs, especially those in marketing, don’t shy away from software that can make them more competitive. There are many online software options entrepreneurs should embrace to help grow their business. This includes tools to help with lead generation, task automation, prospect nurturing, customer relationship management and countless other aspects of business management and growth.
As valuable as these tools are to your business, it’s important to continually evaluate the tools implemented. By routinely evaluating software choices, marketing entrepreneurs can determine which ones are obsolete, which ones are yielding a good ROI and how to better leverage underutilized tools to maximize results.
Because of this, I have provided four habits entrepreneurs can start implementing to better utilize their current software choices.
DETROIT and ATLANTA, Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Karmanos Cancer Institute is pleased to announce that it will begin using the OncoLens cancer treatment planning software platform to hold tumor boards and multidisciplinary case discussions. Implementing OncoLens will make it easier for providers to participate in multidisciplinary team discussions through a streamlined and accessible platform where members can review patient cases in real-time and asynchronously. Using this secure platform allows for the consolidation of clinical trial information, electronic medical records (EMR), images, lab results and other information into one environment. Follow up action items are recorded and can be managed through the platform.
Tumor boards are critical to Karmanos’ multidisciplinary approach. These treatment planning sessions allow specialty providers from many disciplines to discuss and plan treatment for patients. Participants include oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, pharmacists, specialized nurse practitioners, dietitians, social workers and genetic counselors. By holding tumor
3M Health Information Systems has been awarded a contract by Leidos, prime contractor to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) on the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM) initiative, for components of the 3M™ 360 Encompass™ System platform, 3M’s industry-leading suite of software applications for medical records coding and documentation. The 3M technology will promote improved revenue cycle operations across DoD Military Health System facilities worldwide and help achieve more accurate patient data to support high-quality care for the nation’s 9.6 million active and retired service members and their families.
As the exclusive provider of computer-assisted coding technology to U.S. military treatment facilities, 3M will support DoD interoperability goals, a joint effort with the Department of Veterans Affairs to unify patient records on one system, allowing caregivers to access and share information for improved patient treatment and continuity of care. The contract provides for implementation of 3M 360 Encompass components