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by Susan Leid

Streamline Your Records with Electronic Folders (eFolders)

Electronic records, also called digital files, are a proven asset for businesses and organizations. They reduce reliance on paper materials, improve security for sensitive data, and allow access to critical information from different geographic locations. While some paper documents may still be needed, storing documents electronically provides significant benefits.  But...


by Cally Kobza

The Importance of HL7

In the healthcare industry, following regulations is extremely critical as it affects hospital operations and patient care. If your facility chooses not to follow standards and requirements, it can hinder or halt operations entirely. One standard healthcare facilities must follow today is HL7. The HL7 interface structure is used to...


by Cally Kobza

6 Ways to Prepare for a Downtime Event

Downtime events can disrupt the continuity of patient care and decrease the efficiency of staff. According to multiple surveys on Gartner, a single minute of downtime can cost up to $5,600. Downtime can pose serious questions about how staff document patient care and how that downtime documentation is then transferred...


by Cally Kobza

Improve Patient Registration with eForms

Paper forms were once the standard for collecting and managing patient information and wet-signatures.  Today, electronic forms are an industry standard due to technology developments across every industry, especially in healthcare. One of the benefits of eForms is the reduction in documentation errors, especially in patient registration where eforms makes...


by Cally Kobza

How Do Healthcare Facilities Avoid Downtime?

According to HealthIT.gov, 95% of hospitals, from small rural facilities to large medical centers, use certified EHR technology. It’s not just hospitals who are moving toward a greater reliance on technology. Physician offices have also adopted EHR technology at a rapid rate, growing from 42% in 2008 to a whopping...


by DB Technology

Issues that Can Arise Without a Downtime Solution

In healthcare facilities and hospitals, unplanned, planned and network downtime occurs. Sometimes to maintain the system, healthcare staff often hold planned downtimes, which is not a big deal, as everything is sorted out ahead of time. However, unpredictable and unplanned downtimes can wreak havoc on a healthcare organization. To tackle...


by DB Technology

Employee Spotlight: Meet Trish

Hi Trish! Where are you from? I was born in Jersey City, NJ . Grew up in Bergen County and have since moved a few minutes from the Jersey Shore. What is your job title at dbtech? What is my job title at dbtech? Interesting question, I can’t really say...


by DB Technology

Dura Software Acquires Workflow Automation Software Company DB Technology

Dura Software expands portfolio with software developer focused on process improvement for the healthcare industry SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, OCTOBER 5, 2021 – Dura Software, specialists in acquiring and operating hyperniche software products, announced it has acquired DB Technology, experts in workflow and process automation solutions for the healthcare industry. As...


by DB Technology

Case Study: How Rasi Assists in Downtime Recovery

Cynthia Casatelli, Director of Administrative Systems at St. Joseph’s Heath in NJ, is a long-time user (and big fan) of Ras and dbtech. She’s used Ras throughout her career at other locations, but we spoke to Cynthia most recently about the implementation of the Rasi Downtime solution at St. Joseph’s...


by DB Technology

Employee Spotlight: Meet Stacey

Hi Stacey! Where are you from? Born and raised in the Garden State of New Jersey, but my family and I moved to Surprise, Arizona, in 2010. Nope, not trying to leave you in suspense…The city really is named Surprise, and is a suburb of Phoenix. What is your job...


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