The March Edition Of Healthcare Global Is Now Live

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READ HEALTHCARE GLOBAL ONLINE NOW This month in Healthcare Global we take a look at the pros and cons of adopting EHR. Electronic Health Records have b...

READ HEALTHCARE GLOBAL ONLINE NOW

This month in Healthcare Global we take a look at the pros and cons of adopting EHR. Electronic Health Records have been outlined as the most dominant technology issue facing healthcare executives in 2013, so we discuss the benefits of the new software and give tips on how to overcome any potential challenges.

Also in this issue, we think about customer service in a hospital environment. HCG spoke to Fresh Customer Service about ways healthcare executives can build and maintain a positive environment for both patients and professionals. Interestingly, by approaching patient care with customer service in mind, there is proof that medical care is also improved.

The issue of healthcare provision around the world is a very prevalent concern at the moment. So this month, we take a look at the different health services across the globe and assess their relative merits. We also consider the true cost of healthcare to both hospitals and patients.

I hope you enjoy the issue. If you would like to provide us with any feedback, join the discussion on Businessfriend.

Abigail Phillips

Healthcare Global Editor

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