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Patagonia Health Connects to Multiple State-Run Immunization Registries

Connecting to multiple state run IRs

Patagonia Health has connected to multiple state-run Immunization Registries (IRs) nationwide. We have connected to as many as 24 of these state registries across the United States, with over 130 current clients, and more connections pending in those states. We started connecting to these state-run Immunization Registries via our Immunization App after our customers began […]

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Adolescent Mental Health Tips for Caregivers

adolescent mental health tips

Providing adolescent mental health tips for parents or caregivers can help beyond a doctor or therapy visit. Experts are calling for policy changes as a solution to the adolescent mental health crisis, but proper care in the home can also truly make a difference. As a part of meeting your adolescent patients’ or clients’ needs, […]

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Employee Retention Strategies in Healthcare

Employee retention strategies in healthcare

Employee retention strategies in healthcare are critically important. Healthcare organizations across the nation have seen high employee turnover rates for years. The COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated the exodus of healthcare workers from the field. Formalize and implement a plan with employee retention strategies in your healthcare agency. Below are some effective strategies that, when […]

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Ten Indicators That You Should Replace and Modernize Your EHR System

Ten indicators that you should replace and modernize your Electronic Health Record (EHR). If your agency has three of these indicators, you should search for another EHR.   Not all EHRs are created equally. Some are archaic and cumbersome, and require too much IT support. Some are expensive and yet still do not do everything […]

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When battling Flu season, EHR technology can help!

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During a press conference held on February 15, 2018, both Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Acting Director, Anne Schuchat, stressed that this year’s flu season “continues to be extremely challenging and intense” and that “all indications are that flu activity remains high and is […]

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