10 Ways to Better Yourself in 2023

2022 was a great year for Cantata, and we hope it was a good one for you too! If you struggled to achieve your goals last year, no need to fret! New years bring new beginnings and new opportunities, and there is plenty of time to make changes to your lifestyle. If you need help finding a place to start, read our tips below on how to create a better version of yourself in the New Year.

More Than an EHR

Providers today are relying on their electronic health record to perform functionality that goes beyond its capability. They need an integrated system that adds meaning to the data, which is exactly what Cantata’s Enterprise Health Management Solution can do.

How Arize EHR Can Help Reduce Clinician Stress

The pandemic might have been the final straw for many healthcare workers, but they were stressed and feeling burnt out long before masks and social distancing were even a thought. Issues included long and sporadic shifts, underwhelming pay, hectic work environments, and using unfamiliar or inefficient technology. According to a 2019 survey, clinical process design and structure, both of which are highly impacted by EHR’s, contributed to approximately 40% of clinician stress. Healthcare staff are stressed enough from the work they do – they don’t need their EHR adding to their stress. Fortunately, it does not have to be this way. Here are seven issues that often cause problems for clinical staff, and how Cantata’s Arize EHR help resolve them.

Pride Month: A Guide to Self-Expression

We believe Pride Month impacts not only the LGBTQ+ community, but everyone who struggles with their self-image, including introverts, social outcasts, those with eating disorders, or who have negative feelings about their body, lack confidence, or have low self-esteem. It can be hard to feel comfortable in your own skin, but Pride Month’s message encourages us to embrace ourselves and be proud of whoever we are.

The Power of Therapy and Counseling

Many years ago, seeing a psychiatrist, or “shrink” as it was commonly and inappropriately referred to, was for the “unhealthy” and “mentally unstable.” It was looked down upon, and if you saw one, people deemed you “not well.” Luckily, that is not the case anymore. Mental health counseling is, generally, much more accepted, and can be effective in helping anyone struggling with life issues, big or small. It is always best to talk about and confront your emotions, rather than keep them bottled up.