Newsletter | October 3, 2019

10.03.19 -- 6 Technologies That Will Change Healthcare

Featured Articles
7 Tips For Secure BYOD In Healthcare
Article | By Win Reis, Vocera Communications

If endpoint security — especially for smartphones — wasn’t a top-of-mind issue for healthcare IT leaders before, it certainly is now. I’ve spoken with numerous customers who struggle with it and are asking for guidance.

4 Ways To Boost ROI With Data-Driven Patient Engagement
Guest Column | By Gary Druckenmiller, Evariant

Creating a truly outstanding patient engagement strategy requires control over many components across the health system. While your hospital has well-oiled operations and physicians with care expertise, a huge piece of the patient engagement puzzle is well-timed personalized communication. 

6 Technologies That Will Change Healthcare
  Guest Column | By Kayla Matthews, Productivity Bytes

Even if some healthcare markets in the world have a lot of maturing to do, the technological pieces of the puzzle are coming together. Patients are ready for better outcomes and lower prices — and technology is increasingly able to deliver it.

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How Will The Information Blocking Rule Impact Interoperability Gaps?
Guest Column | By Drew Ivan, Rhapsody and Corepoint Health
Presently, one of the bigger challenges facing the industry is the ability to send and receive patient records to and from disparate hospitals, health systems, and other venues of care. The recent Information Blocking Rule put forth by ONC has been introduced to help motivate provider organizations, IT vendors, and information exchanges to eliminate barriers to the free flow of electronic health information.
  WEDI 2019 Winter Conference: December 2 To 5 In Arlington, Virginia

Under the guidance to “Connect, Communicate, Collaborate,” a host of healthcare IT stakeholders, including payers, providers, government regulators, and vendors, will gather at #WEDIWinter to network and collaborate around sessions on topics such as data exchange and the opioid crisis, FHIR, APIs, TEFCA, ICD-11, privacy and security, new Medicare cards, as well as healthcare and its impact on the 2020 election. Register Today!

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