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  1. 2 Of 3 Hospitals Increasing 2014 IT Budgets
    3/31/2014

    The 2014 HIMSS Leadership Survey found two thirds of hospitals are increasing their IT budgets for this year. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  2. Desktop Roaming Solutions Improve Healthcare
    3/20/2014

    Imprivata's OneSign Single Sign On is proving to be beneficial for Augusta Health Care. By Rebecca McCurry

  3. mHealth Market: $49 Billion By 2020
    3/7/2014

    Mobile monitoring is fueling growth of the mHealth market according to a Grand View Research report. By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  4. Optimize Roaming Desktop Capabilities
    3/6/2014

    South Carolina hospital switch to virtual desktop platform aids in maintaining security. By Rebecca McCurry, contributing writer

  5. iPads Boosts Mobile Learning
    1/17/2014

    Students starting at George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences this fall will be given iPads joining the growing list medical schools subscribing to mobile learning By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  6. Combine Mobile Carts And Tablets For Better Communication
    1/3/2014

    Mobile carts are now being combined with tablet technology for computer access on the go By Katie Wike, contributing writer

     

  7. Security Options In The Cloud
    11/21/2013

    Mobility is an advantage for healthcare professionals, but having personal data on many mobile devices also means needing more protection By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  8. Robots Free Staff For More Important Tasks
    10/29/2013

    Robots that deliver medications, food, and labs are freeing staff member to spend more time with patients By Katie Wike, contributing writer

  9. Integrate Mobile Carts Into EMR Upgrade
    10/14/2013

    Southcoast Health System expects gains in efficiency while updating its EMR operation By Wendy Grafius, contributing writer

  10. iPad, Tablets Increase Provider Efficiency, Decrease Costs
    6/10/2013

    The introduction of better and more affordable mobile technology means tablets are not just for large hospitals anymore; smaller, regional hospitals as well as individual physician practices are fully engaged with tablets as well. By Katie Wike, contributing editor