Mobile Workstations From The Editor
The Power Of Patient-Centered Technology
Some may say it’s over-extravagant, but the patient is at the heart of every facet of UPMC’s Mario Lemieux Center for Blood Cancers – especially the Center’s interactive patient entertainment and education technology.
4 Reasons To Delay Stage 2 MU
Several healthcare organizations, including HIMSS, are calling for a Stage 2 MU extension. I’m standing with them, and here are my four reasons why.
BYOD: It’s What Doctors Want
Green Clinic Health System proves that you can satisfy physician BYOD demands without sacrificing data security.
The Road To Wi-Fi Wellness
Hospitals lose a ton of productivity and money each year because of unreliable or insufficient Wi-Fi communications. How can your healthcare facility optimize its wireless communications for growing EHR and clinical data traffic?
Olympic Lessons In EHR Adoption
Thanks to an EHR implementation in 2012, the United States Olympic Committee has improved medical documentation, health data access, and overall patient care.
Finally … Proof Of Health IT ROI
Some new third-party research has emerged that illustrates that health IT actually is effective at reducing healthcare costs. What do these findings mean and how can the industry build upon them?
The EHR Honeymoon Is Over
According to Black Book Rankings’ latest ambulatory EHR satisfaction survey, many providers have become so dissatisfied with their existing EHRs, they’re looking to rip and replace these systems within the next 12 months.
How Safe Is Health IT?
According To ONC, not safe enough. The Office recently released a new action plan geared toward improving the safety of health IT use. Here’s what the plan means to you.
The BYOD Debate Rages On
Clinicians want to leverage their personal mobile devices on the job. IT thinks it’s too risky to PHI security. How should you address the BYOD trend in your healthcare facility?
Are ACOs The Answer?
Confusion surrounding the ACO concept has many pundits signing its death warrant. The fact is many ACOs may not survive in their current form, but the increased provider accountability and care coordination the model promotes are here to stay.