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Anonymous 1995: What we know about anti-HIV drugs. Treatment review 1995(no 18): 3-4
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Anonymous 1995: What works, what doesn't. Iowa medicine: journal of the Iowa Medical Society 85(2): 82-83
Plevniak, D. 1998: What works. \$3M savings projected in TCO (total cost of ownership) review. Health Management Technology 19(13): 28
Anonymous 2000: What works. A new dictation standard. Health management technology 21(10): 60-61
Milakovich, P. 1997: What works. AIDS application enhances case managers' productivity and proactivity. Health Management Technology 18(9): 27
Moriles, R. 2001: What works. ASP saves the day(ta). Health Management Technology 22(9): 58
Porter, D. 1999: What works. ATM network increases performance: services for medical staff and patients are available without delay. Health Management Technology 20(4): 40-41
Heim, R. 1997: What works. Ambulatory medical record shares information throughout the health system. Health Management Technology 18(7): 26
Joslyn, J.S. 2003: What works. An inside look at outsourcing. Southern California healthcare system finds financial and performance pluses in IT outsourcing. Health Management Technology 24(1): 62-64
Pelton, S. 1999: What works. Authentication captures security of hardware, convenience of software. Health Management Technology 20(10): 50-51
O'Donnell, D. 1999: What works. Automated ER triage process saves money, speeds patient care. Health Management Technology 20(5): 44-45
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Harris, K. 1997: What works. Automated time and payroll system replaces paper time sheets. Health Management Technology 18(13): 34
Harwood, J. 1997: What works. Automatic coding software identifies overlooked Medicaid APG reimbursements. Health Management Technology 18(9): 26
Davis, B. 2001: What works. Better buying online. Group practice enjoys the benefits of materials management and inventory control. Health Management Technology 22(2): 56
Gibbons, A. 1993: What works. Building a global lab. Science 262(5136): 1111
Zeigler, D.N. 2000: What works. CIS implementation at record speed. Health Management Technology 21(12): 51-52
Anders, D. 1997: What works. COLD technology cuts printing, paper expenses for Dallas' Presbyterian. Health Management Technology 18(6): 44
Cooper, J.D. 1997: What works. CPR (computerized patient record) helps pediatrician add 2,000 patients, \$200,000 revenue without more staff. Health Management Technology 18(12): 32
Reed, T. 1998: What works. Call center's emergency hotline set up in one hour. Health Management Technology 19(11): 52
Clochesy, L. 2001: What works. Calling all caregivers. Health Management Technology 22(1): 60
Fleisher, G.R. 1997: What works. Children's Hospital ER automates records to save lives and money. Health Management Technology 18(4): 37
Hagland, G. 1998: What works. Children's center maintains R.N. ratio using wireless. Health Management Technology 19(9): 40
Oren, S. 1999: What works. City of Hope establishes security strategy to enable e-business. Health Management Technology 20(7): 44-45
Juneau, F. 1998: What works. Claims system cuts state backlog, processing days. Health Management Technology 19(8): 44
Worthington, R. 1997: What works. Client-server managed care solution targets productivity, competitiveness. Health Management Technology 18(7): 27
Dean, K. 1999: What works. Clinical data/information system provides information within seconds. Health Management Technology 20(3): 46-47
Burt, D. 1998: What works. Clinical management system enhances quality, restores physician withhold for Health new England. Health Management Technology 19(5): 70
Pollack, R. 1997: What works. Computerized patient record cuts redundant documentation, improves charting. Health Management Technology 18(9): 29
Dodge, M. 1999: What works. Computerized records reduce paperwork, improve productivity. Health Management Technology 20(2): 14-15
Palmiere, G. 1998: What works. DBMS technology enhances food service application at Florida mental hospital. Health Management Technology 19(4): 38
Gibson, G. 1999: What works. Data warehouse: decision support solution reduces patient admissions, saves payer millions. Health Management Technology 20(4): 42; 44
Viau, M. 2002: What works. Dictate this. Speech recognition brings workflow improvements and cost savings to a Florida-based hospital. Health Management Technology 23(11): 50; 54
Hicks, J. 1998: What works. Dictation system reduces transcription turnaround time by 40 percent. Health Management Technology 19(2): 69
Bukowski, B. 1998: What works. Dietary IVR (interactive voice recognition) nets a million in savings for NY hospital. Health Management Technology 19(13): 30
Keever, G.W.; Shulkin, D. 1998: What works. Disease management on intranet saves \$1.2 million. Health Management Technology 19(12): 47
Williams, J. 2000: What works. Divide and consolidate. Accounting system works for managed care organization and affiliates. Health Management Technology 21(12): 50 52
Wood, G. 2001: What works. Documented savings. Health Management Technology 22(10): 56-57
Laird, B.J. 2001: What works. Documents on demand. Health Management Technology 22(1): 61
Arvary, G. 1997: What works. EMR (electronic medical record) customized for pen input devices helps medical group manage messages. Health Management Technology 18(13): 33
Fisne, J. 1999: What works. ER tracking system prevents "lost" patients. Health Management Technology 20(10): 52-53
Fox, M.R. 1998: What works. Electronic repository saves \$1 million plus. Health Management Technology 19(13): 29
Robbins, S.A. 1997: What works. Exercising creativity: cardio, strength equipment is linked to patient records. Health Management Technology 18(5): 27
Wardrip, C. 2002: What works. Extreme storage. a single "super server" consolidates business files once housed on more than 100 smaller machines. Health Management Technology 23(9): 56; 58
Rogers, G. 1997: What works. Fax boards improve accuracy and reliability of peer review service. Health Management Technology 18(11): 32
Moore, F. 2002: What works. Finders keepers. Automated charge capture returns precious time to physicians. Health Management Technology 23(5): 36
Young, F. 1997: What works. Fledgling HMO uses document imaging to differentiate itself. Health Management Technology 18(8): 40
Laurell, S. 2001: What works. for your files. Health Management Technology 22(10): 58-60
Musselwhite, L. 2001: What works. Found money. Health Management Technology 22(6): 50-51
Glenn, D.; Chung, R. 2003: What works. go with the flow. Medical group overcomes geographic obstacles to improve workflow. Health Management Technology 24(1): 66
Ebben, J. 1998: What works. Going online saves health plan 50 percent first year. Health Management Technology 19(10): 42
Machado, F. 1997: What works. HR/payroll system slashes transaction processing time. Health Management Technology 18(11): 34
Khabir, J. 1997: What works. Handheld PCs, CPR software help clinic cuts costs, enhance service. Health Management Technology 18(8): 42
Hao, M. 1997: What works. Hospital cuts records staff and rent with electronic patient charting. Health Management Technology 18(11): 38
Elliott, J.P. 1998: What works. IT-packed mobile training center rolls through Texas, saving travel expenses. Health Management Technology 19(10): 40
Schwartz, S. 1998: What works. IVR system helps diabetes center triple patient load; increases care level. Health Management Technology 19(9): 41
Smith, M. 1997: What works. Imaging saves Pascack Valley Hospital \$200,000 a year ... not counting paper. Health Management Technology 18(4): 38
Johnson, C. 1997: What works. Imaging system: \$50,000 annual savings, pays for itself in 18 months. Health Management Technology 18(9): 28
Keiser, B. 2000: The higher order of e-procurement. Health Management Technology 21(10): 80; 79
Meyers, K.C. 1997: What works. In a solo physician's office, CPR results in more information, new energy. Health Management Technology 18(4): 39
Klickstein, J. 1999: What works. Intranet-based directory streamlines network's paging system--saves \$10,000 monthly. Health Management Technology 20(7): 40-42
McMahan, D. 1998: What works. Java intranet application links three legacy systems to speed billing, cut FTEs. Health Management Technology 19(2): 68
Whalen, D. 1998: What works. Laptop charting system helps home care agency increase visits per day. Health Management Technology 19(8): 45
Cowen, J.S.; Kaufman, J.; Matchett, S.C. 1997: What works. Linking ICU costs and clinical data saves \$1 million at Lehigh Valley. Health Management Technology 18(6): 40
Gorman, J. 1997: What works. Maine's BMS trims Medicaid, saves \$3.5 million. Health Management Technology 18(6): 42
Krell, J.M. 1998: What works. Mainframe software links 3270 terminals to new lab system, avoids \$60,000+ investment in PCs. Health Management Technology 19(8): 42
Jones, E. 2000: What works. Major restoration for dental claims. Health Management Technology 21(9): 60
Schmidt, M. 1998: What works. Managed care friendly MSO WAN improves physician access, billing accuracy. Health Management Technology 19(2): 70
Louey, Q. 1998: What works. Managed care system helps medical group cut physician clerical work, save nearly \$500,000. Health Management Technology 19(5): 69
Padfield, S. 2000: What works. Managing merger mayhem. Health Management Technology 21(2): 46-47
Hendrickson, P. 1997: What works. Monitoring system saves \$1.4 million in first year. Health Management Technology 18(12): 34 36
Vaccaro, L.J. 1997: What works. Network link with 1,500 doctors cuts hospital's report costs, delays. Health Management Technology 18(5): 29
Shaikh, I. 1997: What works. New VA facility uses paperless medical records systems to compete. Health Management Technology 18(7): 28
Levine, L. 2001: What works. no waiting. Health Management Technology 22(6): 48-49
Dubiel, B. 1999: What works. OCR scanning system saves time and money, insures good first impression. Health Management Technology 20(5): 42-43
Plowfield, L.; Raymond, J. 2000: What works. Old system gets modern touch. Health Management Technology 21(4): 82
Fedeyko, W. 1999: What works. one central system speeds reimbursements, promotes employee productivity. Health Management Technology 20(8): 40-41
Boatright, M. 2000: What works. Operating system doesn't fail to assist those in need. Health Management Technology 21(6): 50
Janion, E. 1998: What works. Outcomes application improves care, highlights value of allergy group. Health Management Technology 19(4): 37
Luevanos, J. 1997: What works. Outsourcing cuts operating costs 20 percent, saves \$1.5 million in capital investment. Health Management Technology 18(10): 34
Sullivan, A.C. 1998: What works. PACS eliminates lost film; 18-month ROI on \$3 million. Health Management Technology 19(12): 48
Casal, M. 2000: What works. PACS perfect: bridging the image and information gap. Health Management Technology 21(2): 44
Woo, J.; Neslen, N. 1998: What works. PPO saves three FTEs with case manager software. Health Management Technology 19(11): 54
Pinkert, M.S. 1998: What works. Palm-size system helps behavioral care provider move to daily billing and increase number of visits. Health Management Technology 19(6): 46
Keck, B. 1997: What works. Paperless organ transplant system helps reduce staff, enhance quality. Health Management Technology 18(10): 31
Williams, L.B. 1998: What works. Patient sat tool boosts response rate 70 percent. Health Management Technology 19(12): 49
Beauchamp, G. 1998: What works. Pediatric group cuts staff, billing cycle; reduces claims cost to a dime with Internet processing. Health Management Technology 19(9): 38
Embry, J. 2002: What works. Power protection. Implementing the right power protection system eliminates critical seconds of down time during an outrage. Health Management Technology 23(8): 40-42
Weinstein, R.S.; McNeill, K.M. 2001: What works. Powering the Arizona Telemedicine Program. Health Management Technology 22(6): 46-47
Hill, H.N. 1997: What works. Practice adds patients, reduces costs with electronic patient charting system. Health Management Technology 18(12): 36
Banka, M. 1998: What works. Practice discovers new revenue stream using EMR (electronic medical records). Health Management Technology 19(10): 43
Naegele, T.A. 1997: What works. Practice system provides temporary relief for locum tenens physicians. Health Management Technology 18(5): 28
Robertson, B. 1999: What works. Print manager does in minutes what once took hours. Health Management Technology 20(2): 16-17
Moore, C. 2001: What works. Productivity minus paper. Health Management Technology 22(4): 54-55
Gryskevich, R. 2002: What works. Putting safety first. West Virginia hospital uses point-of-care bar coding for documented improved safety in administering medications. Health Management Technology 23(5): 38-39
LeDonne, J. 1997: What works. Rehab facility saves \$300,000 a year, reduces FTEs, with scheduling system. Health Management Technology 18(7): 30
Musson, P. 1998: What works. Repricing application saves 85 cents per claim for 3rd party administrator. Health Management Technology 19(5): 72
Dassenko, D. 1997: What works. Restructuring and an opportunity to integrate financial applications. Health Management Technology 18(4): 36
Howell, R. 1999: What works. Rural medical center prepares for next century with end-to-end ATM. Health Management Technology 20(6): 44; 46
Anonymous 2000: What works. Saving big on medical supplies. Health management technology 21(10): 62-63
Dowd, B. 2002: What works. Scanning the future. Scanning and workflow help a clinical lab access and process information in hours instead of days. Health Management Technology 23(9): 50; 53
Schaffer, H. 1997: What works. Scheduling system turns two-day task into 3-to-4 hour job for radiology group. Health Management Technology 18(13): 32
Burtenshaw, D. 1997: What works. Small Utah clinic gets big benefits from tailored financial package. Health Management Technology 18(8): 38
Burk, R. 1998: What works. Small practice cuts claims processing from two months to two weeks, saves \$8,000 on ads. Health Management Technology 19(7): 47
Dionne, R.R. 1998: What works. Software enhances patient education for pediatrician. Health Management Technology 19(7): 49
Hettinger, D. 1999: What works. Software solution designed for and by telecommuters. Health Management Technology 20(9): 46
Irish, D. 1999: What works. Streamline sales process increases memberships and improves efficiencies. Health Management Technology 20(3): 42-43
Georgiade, G.S. 1997: What works. Surgeons generate "clean bills" from the point of care. Health Management Technology 18(10): 30
Carr, M. 2000: What works. Survey says: scanning shows satisfaction. Health Management Technology 21(6): 53
Yamamoto, H. 1999: What works. Swedish Medical Center website attracts \$50,000 a month in referrals. Health Management Technology 20(3): 44-45
Hatch, K.D. 1997: What works. Telemedicine links specialists with rural Iowans. Health Management Technology 18(10): 32
Meadows, M.T.; Davis, C. 1998: What works. Telemedicine team work cuts transfer costs and generates new revenue. Health Management Technology 19(11): 56
Stickney, P. 1997: What works. Telephone reminder system works with patient software to reduce no-show rate. Health Management Technology 18(6): 46
Kelly, E. 2002: What works. the UPS as network management tool. Health Management Technology 23(8): 42
Powell, F. 2002: What works. Three's company. when a Texas radiology group outsourced to an IT consultancy and a data center, it was the prescription for IT success. Health Management Technology 23(11): 56-58
Carter, J. 2000: What works. Timing is everything in the OR. Health Management Technology 21(4): 80-81
Schaub, K. 1998: What works. Trauma center slashes emergency diversion rate with exec info system. Health Management Technology 19(6): 50
Curtice, M. 1999: What works. Unified messaging enhances productivity. Health Management Technology 20(8): 38-39
Sullivar, A.C. 2000: What works. Viewer gets Center out from under paperwork.. Health Management Technology 21(4): 78
Goldstein, M. 1997: What works. Voice recognition: 100+ words per minute saves \$130,000 per year. Health Management Technology 18(5): 26
Callaghan, J.J. 1998: What works. Web site unites multiple databases in one resource. Health Management Technology 19(7): 48
Eichelberger, D. 1998: What works. Web-based exam encounter forms save time, improve documentation. Health Management Technology 19(4): 36
Grasso, V. 1999: What works. Web-enabled Telemedicine project developed to monitor the health of Mt. Everest climbers. Health Management Technology 20(2): 18
Goubeaux, J. 1998: What works. Wireless LAN fixes double documentation dilemma. Health Management Technology 19(6): 48
Garrin, P. 1999: What works. Wireless networks allow unprecedented response time. Health Management Technology 20(4): 38-39
Reder, R.; Kummer, A.W. 1998: What works. Workflow app trims \$150K FTE cost, aids expansion. Health Management Technology 19(12): 46
Shirley, K. 2001: What works. Working wonders. Health Management Technology 22(6): 52; 54
Reynolds, T. 1999: What works. Y2K bug diverted with rapid HIS installation. Health Management Technology 20(9): 44-45
Carli, T. 2002: What works: CPR/EMR. what a difference an EMR makes. Health Management Technology 23(1): 68; 70
Myers, V.; Cramer, J. 2002: What works: PACS. see what develops without film. Health Management Technology 23(1): 64; 67
Ammon, D. 2002: What works: Ready, set, grow. a local practice implements electronic medical record (EMR) technology, triples patient volume and reduces per patient costs by more than 10 percent. Health Management Technology 23(12): 42-43
Dumville, K. 2002: What works: claims coding/processing, putting claims on the right path. Medical care provider replaces manual processing system with an automated claims management sysytem and reduces turnaround by more than 50 percent. Health Management Technology 23(4): 44
Aranow, M. 2002: What works: clinical information systems. Order entry rules. Healthcare enterprise achieves physician acceptance, reduced medication errors and improved patient outcomes through CIS and CPOE technology. Health Management Technology 23(7): 34; 38
Yates, K. 2001: What works: credentialing. Computerized credentialing. Health Management Technology 22(5): 64
Bizzell, K. 2002: What works: document management. a giant step forward. Health Management Technology 23(10): 56-58
Frantz, T. 2002: What works: document management. Image this. Document imaging carves a clear path to automation for Louisville group practice. Health Management Technology 23(2): 40-42
Robertson, C. 2002: What works: e-transcription. Talk is cheap. Physician organization implements a Web-based transcription system and saves money, while improving service. Health Management Technology 23(7): 30; 33
Skinner, B. 2001: What works: financial application. One system fits all. Health Management Technology 22(12): 42-43
Shaffer, M. 2002: What works: financial information systems. Managing multiple factors that govern reimbursement. Health Management Technology 23(10): 54-55
Blankenship, A. 2002: What works: physician practice. Using technology as the road map to action. Dallas practice utilizes information management and outsourcing to increase revenues. Health Management Technology 23(7): 40-41
Skinner, B. 2001: What works: financial application. one system fits all. Health Management Technology 22(12): 42-43
Woods, L. 2001: What works: scheduling. Picture perfect solution. The right technology and an ASP solution bring scheduling efficiency and added revenue to a community hospital's radiology department. Health Management Technology 22(8): 48-50
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Jones, L.; Spehnkouch, J. 2002: What works: staff scheduling. Matching skill levels to unit needs. the Johns Hopkins Hospital creates a successful master schedule in obstetrics units with the help of technology. Health Management Technology 23(2): 44; 48
Davis, S. 2001: What works: telehealth. Videoconferencing for efficiency. Health Management Technology 22(5): 56-57
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