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By McKesson 12:36 pm January 11, 2016
(SPONSORED) Two healthcare business strategists from McKesson explain how hospitals and retail pharmacies can work together to improve the health of their patients as well as their own financial health.
By Mac McMillan 10:12 am January 11, 2016
The real enemies of good cybersecurity -- and its closely related cousin, patient safety -- are often intangible: apathy, ignorance and indecision. Not the many threats we face today.
By Karin Ratchinsky 05:09 pm January 08, 2016
According to MarketsandMarkets, the global adoption for cloud services in healthcare will grow from $3.73 billion in 2015 to nearly $9.5 billion by 2020. Importantly, test driving cloud today will form an essential foundation for the future of healthcare delivery.
By Sanjeev Agrawal 09:55 am January 08, 2016
There is a floating myth out there that healthcare providers are unwilling to adopt new technology. It's just not true.
By Rick Kam 12:26 pm January 07, 2016
Defenders of privacy and security found 2015 a most challenging year. With no obvious end in sight, these trends are likely to continue, but 2016 will present some new challenges across all industries, including healthcare.
By Keith W. Boone 11:28 am January 07, 2016
Keith Boone revisits his 2015 predictions to see what came true, what didn't and what still needs work.
By Jeff Rowe 02:37 pm January 04, 2016
Now that is has become part of most people's lives, whether they know it or not, the IoT is poised to transform into everyday and practicable use.
By John Halamka 12:00 am January 04, 2016
From population health management to meaningful use, cybersecurity to EHR usability, healthcare will face an array of challenges and opportunities over the next 12 months. Beth Israel Deaconess CIO John Halamka, MD, offers his predictions for 2016.
By Bird Blitch 08:37 am December 30, 2015
As patient payments constitute upwards of 30 percent of hospital revenues, leveraging technology that works across different healthcare information systems can streamline and maximize payment collections, while keeping patients happier and making them more likely to pay their medical bills on time.
By Joseph C. Kvedar 02:12 pm December 29, 2015
In the new world of the Internet of Healthy Things, virtually any object can be transformed into a data-collecting object that can be used to improve your health.

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