Field actions happen; even to the most diligent organizations.
When it comes to electronic medical records, several words beginning with ‘F’ may come to mind.
You may be surprised to learn that, according to an article by Sarah Kliff, faxes still account for as much as 75 percent of all medical communication (Kliff, 2018). This is due to several factors. One of the main drivers is the lack of interoperability between competing electronic medical records systems.
So the fax machine survives, even though it is a dated technology widely despised by stakeholders throughout the healthcare spectrum.
Advantages to the fax machine include that it doesn’t require a login to access nor does it need months of training to operate. However, while these can be seen as benefits for end users, challenges arise when analyzing the security, traceability and confirmation of faxed documents.
Have you been considering a new career in 2019? The start of the year is a great time to explore different options as January marks the start of an active recruiting season for many companies. Novasyte is no exception.
As a leader in the med-tech space, Novasyte employs 1,000+ healthcare professionals across the U.S. and continues to recruit for new positions. One of the programs that has seen exponential growth is our Field Technical program.
We're excited to announce that our Vice President of Finance, Tyler Tracy, will be speaking on a panel at the upcoming San Diego CFO Leadership Council meeting on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
The upcoming meeting titled, "Managing Through the Generations - What is Your Talent Management Development Strategy?" will cover the generational trends and strategies for managing a mix of Baby Boomers (1946-1964), Gen Xers (1965-1977), and Gen Ys/Millennial (1978 or later).
Novasyte is at maximum capacity in the current office location in Carlsbad, California, and excitement is brewing about our upcoming July 2017 move to an office location four times the existing size.
“When we combine our extremely talented, growing internal team with a business that is growing at 50 percent year-after-year, it is no surprise that we are bursting at the seams,” said Tim Gleeson, Novasyte CEO. “This move is an inevitable necessity. It reflects the recent and ongoing success we are experiencing thanks to the continued support and partnership we have with our clients and employees.”
The renovated building provides a modern work environment designed to support the many business activities within our suite of services, including a warehousing component for the S.M.A.R.T. Recall vertical and a call center for our phone-related programs.