Many ASCs have taken an "if-it-ain't-broke, don't-fix-it" approach to their technology over the past decade and managed to get by. But those days are over. Most of healthcare, including hospitals, payers, and other organizations ASCs partner with, has invested heavily in new solutions and transitioned to or are planning to move to the cloud in the coming years . Even though there are no regulations requiring it, ASCs will be expected to adapt cloud-based technology as the industry migrates to operating in the cloud. A healthy majority of patients own a smartphone , and they are reliant upon and expect the cloud to support numerous aspects of their lives, whether they know it or not.
ASCs striving to remain competitive, attract and retain new talent, and grow their operations can no longer afford to take a passive approach to technology and expect that what's worked for them in the past will continue to work for them in the future. The time to move to the cloud is now.
Join Daren Smith, Vice President of ASC Solutions, as he explores cloud computing in ASCs, discussing key topics including:
“I had never used an EMR before and didn’t want to start. But once I began working with SIS, I had an instant change of heart.”⎯ Alana Booth, RN, CASC, Administrator at PCET
“Revenue Cycle Services has helped us decrease AR over 90 days from 41% to 26% and increase net collections by more than 60% so we have more revenue to invest in patient services.”⎯ Joseph Myers, VP of Surgical Services at University Orthopedics Center
“SIS has reengineered ASC management software to streamline the steps to perform various functions. Everything you need is on one screen.”⎯ Jennifer Bednarchik, Chief Operating Officer at Livonia Outpatient Surgery Center