Network Infrastructure

By Ray Emirzian 12:38 pm May 29, 2014
The beauty of our technological world lies in the simple fact that as a technology is used by more people, it inevitably improves. Enterprise content management is no different.
By John Halamka 08:35 am April 30, 2014
As I survey the landscape in 2014, I see much more sophisticated attacks at the same time there is much more severe regulatory enforcement. Where would I put my security dollars this year?
By Shahid Shah 08:14 am March 31, 2014
I was asked a great question during a discussion with a tech publisher yesterday: "So, what's it going to take to achieve real interoperability in healthcare and how long will it take?"
By David Lareau 08:35 am February 04, 2014
Historically, physician and nursing systems and workflow have been parallel, but independent, of each other. In looking at what is currently available, it is obvious that very few, if any, intersect where they should: at the patient.
By Keith W. Boone 08:36 am January 30, 2014
My first connectathon was in 2004. I've now been to 10 of the last 11 North American connectathons.
By Shahid Shah 09:23 am January 27, 2014
Recently I was invited by the Patient Privacy Rights Foundation to lead a discussion that addressed patient privacy concerns and potential solutions for doctors working with EHRs.
By Keith W. Boone 02:18 pm January 21, 2014
Where does a newbie go to get more information about HL7?
By John Halamka 10:04 am January 15, 2014
As 2014 begins, I marvel at the evolution of the CIO role from 1997 to 2014.
By Joseph C. Kvedar 08:31 am January 09, 2014
Partners HealthCare believes that patient-generated data is critical to our future and we're managing this integration proactively. That does not mean our work is finished.
By Neil DiBernardo 08:21 am January 09, 2014
Maximizing the pharmacy's impact through automation and effective medication management.

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