The most promising aspect of telemedicine is the impact the technology can have on population health and patient care.
What technologies will shape the future of healthcare as the industry ventures into the looming “post-EHR era”?
As the prevalence of high-deductible health plans continue to rise, patient convenience will become more and more important. Small, independent health providers need to invest in the technologies necessary to cater to the most basic customer demands.
Healthcare gamification is generating a lot of hype, but little adoption. Why? It turns out most of today’s healthcare gamification apps aren’t games at all. This article provides some tips for improving gamification in healthcare.
Our annual reader survey may have identified the top 10 health IT trends for the coming year, but three initiatives clearly rank above the rest when it comes to provider mindshare.
Patient safety is one of the main pillars of care at Memorial Hermann. Bedside patient ID, medication administration, and specimen collection are central to this initiative.
By implementing an enterprise-wide medical imaging platform that integrates with its EHR, Georgia Regents Medical Center now has a more holistic view of patient health across the care continuum.
According to our annual health IT trends survey, the predicted shift away from MU won’t be occurring in 2015.
This year’s MGMA (Medical Group Management Association) conference featured a ton of great technology solutions, but the medical practices in attendance only seemed interested in those that would allow them to return their focus back to patient care.