Diagnotes, Inc.

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Diagnotes, Inc. is an Indianapolis-based health IT company. Our mobile clinical communication system delivers a fully integrated closed-loop solution for busy healthcare professionals, providing critical patient information and facilitating secure care team communications no matter where the location. All from the convenience of the providers preferred mobile device. www.diagnotes.com | (317) 395-7080 | 8900 Keystone Crossing, Ste 540, Indianapolis, IN 46240

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  November 11, 2016

Sign up today for a free demo of the Diagnotes secure communication platform to see how our healthcare clients across the country are experiencing improved efficiency, collaboration, and patient provider satisfaction! About Marc Kleinman: Marc serves as VP of Client Services at Diagnotes. He is a scientist, entrepreneur, and leader of early-stage...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  October 27, 2016

This blog post is a recap of what I covered during our webinar, “The Limitations of Texting in Healthcare.” While this isn’t a full or exact transcription, it does cover the majority of the information provided. In this post you’ll learn about the rise of text messaging in healthcare and its inadequacies as the sole solution for effective...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  October 19, 2016

New technology can improve workflow and communication in healthcare, but some hospitals may find that physicians are resistant to adopting new tools, preferring to stick with what they know. It’s essential to get physicians on board to ensure the adoption of a new technology takes hold, which can be done by addressing physician concerns and...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  October 18, 2016

This blog post is a recap of what I covered during my webinar, “3 Reasons to Integrate a Secure Communication Platform with your EMR.” If you already watched the webinar, then you can refresh your memory with this post, and if you haven’t watched it, then you have the option to read it now. While this isn’t a full or exact transcription, it does...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  October 12, 2016

When it comes to solving communication problems, the healthcare industry has been slow to adopt helpful new technologies. Even when communication platforms are adopted, they often fail to address the full spectrum of problems in healthcare communication today. When selecting a communication platform, it’s essential that it not only has the right...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  October 7, 2016

If you struggle to know who’s on call within seconds or to communicate with them quickly once you’ve figured it out, you aren’t alone. According to a 2014 Ponemon study, an average of 40 minutes is wasted on inefficient communication every time a care team is coordinated for a patient emergency. The numbers are only slightly lower for every...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  October 5, 2016

Communication firm Ketchum released a study on mobile health (mHealth) that shares consumers’ usage and opinions of mHealth technology. Key statistics from the study show a shift toward more consumers using mHealth technology: 6 in 10 Americans with a smartphone say they have shared information with a medical professional via the internet on their...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  October 4, 2016

“The once straightforward process of protecting private health information has evolved into a more complex and nuanced undertaking.” The consumerization of health IT and the bring your own device (BYOD) movement bring with them increased vulnerabilities to healthcare data, explains Darren Leroux on HealthCareITNews.com. A BYOD policy allows...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  September 27, 2016

In an article for IBJ.com, John Russell discusses the shortage of medical residencies in Indiana and its likely effect on the “looming shortage of primary care physicians.” Before physicians can practice on their own, they must complete a medical residency, which consists of three to seven years of intensive, supervised training. When medical...

Diagnotes, Inc.

 •  September 22, 2016

Inadequate healthcare communication has significant consequences for both patient and provider, explains an article from MediaRoom.com. A CRICO Strategies study found that miscommunication played a role in 30 percent of nearly 24,000 medical malpractice lawsuits. Within that 30 percent, the study revealed a few startling facts. Medical facilities...