Structured health services

Structured health We are a full administrative support firm serving America’s healthcare systems.

About us

Structured Health is a rapidly growing company that proudly offers medical transcription services to health systems across America.

We are an international team of experienced professionals using cutting-edge dictation processing technology with proven quality and high customer satisfaction. We also support efforts to automate administration.

Join our team

Join our great team and enjoy competitive compensation, flexible working hours, facilities provided and the ability to work from home. We are looking for efficient and experienced team members to join our growing team and help us deliver excellent quality.

Contact us at any time and inquire about available positions!

Your Comfort is Our Commitment No matter what’s bothering you, our clients report improved comfort and reduced symptoms more than 95% of the time.

Our virtual and on-site ergonomic service facilitates immediate, cost-effective changes to your work environment and health.

Wheelchair ergonomics

Feel better in your existing or new wheelchair. Our tools include retrofits and recommendations to improve comfort.

Disability management

Do you need help with accommodation, job analysis or improving your placement with job coaching? We are here to help you!

Prevent and solve pain!

Structured Health Resources provides ergonomic and occupational health services to optimize your life and work. Our clients consistently report improved comfort, reduced or eliminated symptoms, increased satisfaction and improved function.

Delivering quality healthcare and positive patient outcomes, combined with a pain-free clinician experience, requires providers to have a strong technology foundation to support these efforts. Integrated, secure and reliable technology is no less essential for payers and patients.

In other words, modern medicine has undergone a digital transformation revolution. Optimizing systems, securing information while sharing it across applications, and breaking through data silos is key to functional health IT – especially with regard to the digital pillars of electronic health records (EHR) and telehealth. While technology as an enabler for healthcare is a simple concept to grasp, its execution is incredibly complex.

Structured cures IT ailments. We work closely with healthcare organizations to build and deploy scalable and cloud-based healthcare IT that protects data while making it accessible to those with authorized access. We understand how to design intelligent, software-defined networks—from the data centre, to the edge, to the cloud—that support patient-centred care and alleviate physician burnout.

Discussing digital disruption in healthcare

Anyone who has visited a hospital, clinic or doctor’s office knows that technology is everywhere in medicine. Patients are admitted at hand-held devices or kiosks. Practitioners chart in cloud-based EHR systems via tablets or laptops and send electronic prescriptions directly to pharmacies. Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) biosensors such as glucose monitors, pacemakers, and ingestible smart pills are ingenious, but hardly new. Patient families depend on robust Wi-Fi access to find their way around large hospital complexes or spend time in the waiting room surfing the Internet or streaming video.

And now telehealth, once relegated to rural health care, is mainstream—connecting practitioners and patients via video for safe and convenient consultations.

Although the technologies vary widely, each has this in common: They require reliable connectivity; secure, optimized and integrated infrastructure; and intelligent AI-driven analytics to automate operational functions, or at least capture and process data for human review.

Virtual care and telehealth

Patients in some progressive but underserved rural areas have experienced quality telehealth care for years, but virtual care and telehealth have delivered a real blow to the country during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Instead of visiting a doctor’s office or health clinic and risking exposure to the virus, at-risk patients everywhere could launch a collaborative platform to talk to their care providers and receive timely assessments.

Optimized and integrated healthcare collaboration platforms have proven to be much more than a band-aid and will remain a critical part of healthcare delivery and continuity of care long after the pandemic is over.

Electronic Health Records (EHR)

Digital versions of old paper charts, EHRs, are meant to simplify accessibility, information sharing and workflow between providers to improve patient care. It’s clear that EHRs (and the rapidly growing list of healthcare applications) require infrastructure to support them, either on-premises or—increasingly—in the cloud.

Interestingly, excessive data entry burden caused by poorly designed EHR systems (combined with demanding regulatory reporting and insurance billing requirements) is often cited as a major factor in clinician burnout. The key here will be for EHR vendors (and specifically their DevOps teams) to work with lawmakers, regulators, and industry groups like the American Medical Association to come up with efficient and user-friendly platforms to reduce the mapping burden.

Meanwhile, secure and reliable data repositories, mobile devices, data analytics systems, and strong security measures are just some of the necessary technologies to enable widespread use of EHRs. And as the federal government increasingly encourages the seamless and secure exchange of electronic health information between patients, providers and payers, EHR systems will continue to evolve.






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