Network Infrastructure

KLAS report
By Mike Miliard 03:03 pm December 20, 2017
Symantec and Digital Guardian are among the most deployed, offering one-stop-shopping across multiple areas; Proofpoint boasts strong functionality, optimization.

The Accelerator Class on Demo Day last week is the third hosted by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

By Jonah Comstock 11:41 am December 19, 2017
With 10 pilots in development, products will get to market with real data and added value for hospitals and payers.
smart hospitals
By Tom Sullivan 03:39 pm December 08, 2017
Building on top of today’s digital infrastructure, Smart Hospitals will focus on patient experience, outcomes, the Triple Aim and they’ll make expensive acquisitions between now and 2025.
Future-proofing precision medicine
By Mike Miliard 11:47 am December 02, 2017
For research and clinical trials to succeed, it requires clearing some big hurdles – notably technology, financing and human factors.
Optum startups
By Susan Morse 03:37 pm December 01, 2017
New venture fund from the UnitedHealth Group subsidiary is more of a market lift model than an accelerator, partner says.
Blockchain in healthcare
By 03:04 pm November 29, 2017
The tech’s appeal lies in its digital ledger of transactions and healthcare is on the precipice of adoption to grow networks of secure data.
CapEx vs. OpEx cloud computing
By Tom Sullivan 02:54 pm November 28, 2017
Hospitals can save money with cloud-based apps rather than buying them outright, but IT pros struggle to explain nuances.
FCC broadband

Mignon Clyburn, Ajit Pai, Chairman, and Michael O'Rielly are three of the five commissioners for the FCC. Credit: fcc.gov

By Jessica Davis 03:23 pm November 27, 2017
The proposed draft would update the agency’s Rural Health Care Program and waive the $400 million annual cap for a one-time basis, as its Telecom Program has doubled in size from 2011 to 2016.
UPMC invests billions to leverage Microsoft tech

Photo via UPMC

By Susan Morse 10:03 am November 06, 2017
Specialty hospitals for cancer, heart and transplant and vision and rehabilitation to be built with the tech company’s input on IT design.
Vanderbilt go live with Epic EHR

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

By Bernie Monegain 01:50 pm October 31, 2017
The two-year project dubbed “EpicLeap”, replaces McKesson EHR with 25 separate customized modules of Epic software.

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