Originally posted in Forbes
Forbes contributor Tom Taulli talked to eight entrepreneurs to find out what books they’ve read and recommend. Brad Brooks, the CEO and Founder of TigerConnect was a source of inspiration for the piece – recommending one of his favorite business books – Thinking in Bets. The book, written by world-class poker player Annie Duke, offers readers insights into how to make smarter decisions when you don’t have all the facts.Read More »
Santa Monica, CA – Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019 – TigerConnect, provider of healthcare’s most advanced, reliable, and widely adopted care team collaboration solution has been selected by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in Healthcare for the fifth consecutive year. The complete list of this year’s winner rankings is available here. Modern Healthcare published a special supplement featuring ranked lists of all the winners in their Sept. 30th issue.Read More »
TigerConnect, provider of healthcare’s most advanced, reliable, and widely adopted care team collaboration and communication solution, today announced details of its 2019 User Group Meetings with a thematic focus on “Building a Connected Care Network.”Read More »
Santa Monica, CA – Wednesday, August 28, 2019 — TigerConnect, provider of healthcare’s most advanced, reliable, and widely adopted care team collaboration solution, today announced it was named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Clinical Communication in Q3 2019.Read More »
Originally posted in First Report Managed Care
Electronic health records have been blamed as a significant source of physician frustration and even burnout. Is it possible for managed care leaders to turn this technology from a burden to a boon?
TigerConnect’s CMIO, Will O’Connor, MD, comments on this important issue, explaining that EHRs are all about clicking and coding, which is not what patients need and it’s not what physicians need to deliver quality care…Read More »
SANTA MONICA, CA – May 15, 2019 – TigerConnect, provider of healthcare’s most advanced, reliable, and widely adopted clinical communication and collaboration (CC&C) solution, today announced Sarah Shillington has joined the company to serve as the Senior Vice President of Client Success.Read More »
Originally posted in The Tech Tribune
SANTA MONICA, Calif. – April 24, 2019 –TigerConnect was named a top 10 technology company in Santa Monica by The Tech Tribune.Read More »
SAINT CLOUD, Minnesota and SANTA MONICA, Cali. – February 28, 2019 – Call Scheduler, a leading healthcare physician scheduling software announced today it has made care coordination even easier and more reliable for health care professionals by announcing its integration with TigerConnect.Read More »
SANTA MONICA, Calif. – February 13, 2019 – TigerConnect, provider of healthcare’s most advanced, reliable, and widely adopted clinical communications and collaboration (CC&C) solution, today announced a partnership and system integration with OpenTempo, a leading innovator in physician scheduling and clinical labor analytics.Read More »
KLAS Recognizes TigerConnect for High Consideration, Retention, and Performance in 2018 Secure Communication Report “High satisfaction and very deep adoption” deemed hallmarks of TigerConnect platform due to strong, easy to use solutions and longevity in the market SANTA MONICA, CA...Read More »
Originally posted in HealthTech Magazine
Email platforms such as Microsoft Office 365 remain an important mode of communicating with and sharing information about patients. But is email HIPAA-compliant?
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 Privacy Rule governs how healthcare organizations use, disclose and protect patients’ personal health information. It also covers business associates, including cloud services and email providers, that handle protected health information on their behalf.
As long as a HIPAA-covered entity secures a business associate agreement with an email provider such as Microsoft, email can comply with HIPAA rules.
That said, a BAA alone doesn’t guarantee HIPAA compliance.Read More »
Originally posted in Medical Economics
This article was authored by Brad Brooks, CEO of TigerConnect.
Office-based primary care physicians (PCPs) often bear the brunt of responsibility for ensuring their patients avoid readmission after transitioning from a hospital or post-acute care facility. In many cases, however, preventable readmissions are a result of communication breakdowns between the hospital and the physicians in the community…Read More »