Fifty-one percent. More than half. A majority. By John Khoury, Pharm.D., Vice President, National Payor/Provider Strategy at Lumeris
No matter how healthy you are, you can always get better and you can always get worse. Meanwhile, our medical system remains focused on intervening only after a person’s health declines. Current professional care is reactive rather than proactive and preventive care remains relatively “hit and miss.” By Dr. David Liepert
How do you innovate in an industry where heavy regulation seemingly rears its head at every corner? When you look at healthcare, one thing is clear: innovation refuses to be contained. By Mike Hughes, Principal Platform Evangelist, OutSystems
If you’re a small or midsize medical office – a clinic, a hospital, a medical practice – you should of course be mindful of IT. But you need to keep your mind on your patients. By Adam Stern, founder and CEO, Infinitely Virtual
Only 29 percent of today’s hospitals have fully staffed IT departments even though EHR optimizations or new implementations remain the second-highest priority for these organizations for the next 12 months, according to the latest HIMSS leadership survey. By Dan O’Connor, vice president of client relations, Stoltenberg Consulting
“The customer is always right” is a popular adage in service industries. But what about in healthcare, who knows more about what healthcare consumers need – patients themselves or their providers? The concept of patient satisfaction is something a lot of healthcare providers struggle with. By Allison Hart
Making healthcare more affordable and accessible is an important mission for our nation, and for all of those who are personally invested in helping change lives. To get there, we must help educate others about, and evolve different attitudes toward, healthcare. By Arif Razvi, co-founder and president, Alvin Healthcare
Yorktel recently unveiled Univago Healthcare Edition (Univago HE), a transformative addition to its enterprise video services platform, built specifically for healthcare.
Earlier this month, the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI), the nation’s leading nonprofit authority on the use of health IT to create efficiencies in healthcare information exchange and a trusted advisor to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), held its 2017 Summer Forum which featured keynote addresses by Donald W.