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How Genomics Researchers Deal With Big Data
How Genomics Researchers Deal With Big Data

While the term Big Data was, according to the New York Times’ Steve Lohr, coined in 1998, it hit the mainstream as a hot business concept about a decade ago when major advancements in processing power, storage, and bandwidth coincided with the trend toward cloud computing. By Greg Hoffer, Vice President of Engineering, Globalscape

  • Is Your EHR System At Risk?
    Is Your EHR System At Risk?

    With an adoption rate approaching 100 percent, EHR systems have gained high traction among healthcare service providers mainly due to their operational efficiencies and the rising need for integrated healthcare facilities worldwide. By Kathy Trahan, market strategist responsible for vertical markets, Tripwire

  • How Secure Messaging Platforms Protect Patient Data, Ensure Compliance, And Foster Collaboration
    How Secure Messaging Platforms Protect Patient Data, Ensure Compliance, And Foster Collaboration

    Patient care requires fast-paced, asynchronous collaboration that ensures quick responses for life-saving decisions. By Galina Datskovsky, CEO of Vaporstream

  • Building Sustainable PHM Initiatives: 5 Things You Should Expect From An Industry Partner
    Building Sustainable PHM Initiatives: 5 Things You Should Expect From An Industry Partner

    The race is on to effective management of high-risk patient populations. Payers and providers recognize future survival in the fee-for-value world depends on having the right systems in place. By Jack Plotkin, CTO, Virtual Health

  • Application, Heal Thyself
    Application, Heal Thyself

    With more software being written and more networked medical devices on the way, how can health IT Teams keep up? By John Matthew Holt, Founder and CTO, Waratek

  • Advancing Interoperability: The Need For Collaboration, Partnership, And Commitment
    Advancing Interoperability: The Need For Collaboration, Partnership, And Commitment

    The past 10 years has seen a rapid evolution of healthcare information technology. In 2007, only a small fraction of hospitals and physician practices used EHRs; now they’re almost ubiquitous, used by more than 87 percent of doctors and more than 94 percent of hospitals. Although the capture of digital information in EHRs is nearly ubiquitous, there are still opportunities to improve health information sharing capabilities as organizations strive to advance population health and further participate in value-based care.

  • How Health IT Is Enhancing The Role Of Today’s RNs
    How Health IT Is Enhancing The Role Of Today’s RNs

    The American Nurses Association just kicked off National Nurses Week 2017, honoring the nation’s three million nurses who are changing the face of patient care and compassion. Health IT Outcomes recently spoke with three nurses who also work in the healthcare IT space to hear how the latest technology advances are having a positive impact on the nursing profession. Here’s what they had to say.

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