There has been a massive shift in the generation, consumption, storage, and sharing of healthcare data. From conventional storage to digitalization of healthcare data, the healthcare industry has sure come a long way in optimizing its data management practices.
As vital as rural hospitals are to our society, many are struggling—unable to sustain profitability amid shrinking patient volume, heavy reliance on lower-reimbursement government payer programs, workforce shortages, and rising rates of uncompensated care.
White Paper |
By Rhonda Collins,Vocera Communications
Mobile strategy doesn’t just affect the way clinicians communicate; it changes the way they practice. This is why we have to understand and meet users’ expectations and support practical use in the patient care environment.
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.