CNIOs help bridge the gap between nursing and technology. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Healthcare providers and their business associates are increasingly becoming the target-of-choice for hackers today.
Adopting SAS Analytics has helped Pennsylvania use data to protect patients from medical errors. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Editorial Hub will share data regarding prescribing patterns and patient demographics. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
A cloud-based time and attendance solution has reduced IT support costs and improved staffi ng processes at Saint Mary’s Hospital.
There are numerous problems with many EHR products on the market today that I accept as fact — they’re cumbersome from a data entry perspective, counter-intuitive to clinical workflows, and aren’t conducive to interoperability.
Care coordination software provides the State of Kansas with a framework to effectively share medical information and better support its mental health patients.
While the benefits of accountable care organizations (ACOs) look good on paper, many providers find the reimbursement risk too hard to handle. SCL Health System shares its strategies in this area.
To arrive in Chicago in time for a 1 p.m. meeting on Tuesday, planning your trip is simple. Check your preferred airline’s website and book the flight that best suits your travel needs. By Sanju Pratap, Senior Director, Product at MyHealthDirect
Many large healthcare institutions are now offering smaller, unaffiliated clinics access to their EMR system and other third-party applications. By Kim Kuhlmann, Senior Customer Advisor Specialist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise SLMS Hosting
It’s National Health IT Week, a time to raise awareness of how information technology (IT) is being used to advance healthcare. By David McMullan, PT, Chief Therapy Officer, SourceMed
As 2016 comes to a close, recollections from 2016 and predictions for 2017 will begin to fill up your email inbox and the pages of your favorite publications. While policy wonks in different domains wax poetically about foreign relations, the economy, and military spending, I wanted to pay homage to the healthcare industry by offering a few predictions of my own. By Todd Bennett, Director, Vertical Market, LexisNexis Health Care
In today’s ever expanding IT ecosystem, how do you know whether your data is really secure? It’s a critical question.
As organizations manage data from a growing variety of sources, many are shifting to a converged infrastructure for their data centers. A converged infrastructure combines computing, storage, networking, and virtualization into an integrated system provided by a single vendor, giving a company access to all of its resources from one centrally-managed location. It provides transparency, makes management easier and cheaper, and ends IT sprawl.
Information can be one’s greatest ally, but for many organizations it can also become public enemy #1. The healthcare industry has learned this the hard way in 2016 as it has increasingly fallen victim to a series of ransomware attacks.
Consistent, high-quality patient care requires evidence-based content incorporated into the care process. Elsevier integrates more than 100 years of world-class clinical knowledge into provider workflows, making it accessible to providers and their patients where and when they need it.
A2iA Corporation, Artificial Intelligence and Image Analysis, is a worldwide leading developer of natural handwriting recognition, Intelligent Word Recognition (IWR) and Intelligent Character Recognition (ICR) technologies and products for the payment, mail, document and forms processing markets.
Established in 1972, Honeywell Scanning and Mobility is a leading manufacturer of data collection and communication products designed specifically for mobile, on-site, and transaction processing applications.
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Rapidly changing market dynamics have triggered a significant paradigm shift in healthcare organizations. Forward-thinking leaders embrace a dynamic process-of-care approach to improve patient experience and outcomes, replacing the more traditional point-of-care mindset.
Savvy healthcare organizations in need of greater IT infrastructure agility, performance, security, and compliance are exploring the benefits of public cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. The allure of on-demand cloud services combined with advances in cloud security have transformed the healthcare IT mindset from “Why move to the public cloud?” to “What should we move, how do we do it?”
Hear from Kathleen Kosztowny, an experienced project management consultant for EMR & HIS systems, as she shares the challenges one healthcare organization faced, the ‘decision tree’ which resulted, and how automation enabled a successful EMR/HIS migration.