Network Infrastructure

By Lori Evans Bernstein 12:20 pm December 20, 2013
The healthcare system is moving away from fee-for-service models that reward fragmented care toward fee-for-value models that reward a more holistic continuum of care. But many organizations lack the care coordination software to succeed in this new environment.
By Matt Terry 02:32 pm November 19, 2013
Matt Terry discusses the Hybrid OR market and how the vendors are performing.
By Karin Ratchinsky 12:42 pm November 12, 2013
How can healthcare payers and providers, including Healthcare.gov, position themselves to come out on top as players scramble to be digitally relevant?
By Betty Jo Bomentre 08:52 am October 28, 2013
There has been a lot of press lately about care coordination, and how it will play a significant role in improving patient outcomes. But despite all of this positive coverage, inter-organizational care coordination is far from becoming a reality.
By David Lareau 08:49 am October 10, 2013
As talks continue about big data and how to aggregate and share it electronically, we need to keep our ultimate goal in sight – giving providers the information required to better manage the health of the individual patient, in real time at the point of care.
By Ilyana Rosenberg 08:35 am October 08, 2013
Is your organization thinking of moving to a new practice management or electronic health record system? Are you uncertain as to how to begin tackling this task of selecting a new system?
Interoperability
By Gary Palgon 08:19 am July 31, 2013
Cat and dog owners know that pets that chase their tails will eventually catch them – but they won’t stay caught for long. Healthcare providers who manage the exchange of health information understand the feeling.
By Mark Norris 08:47 am July 30, 2013
Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) solve commonplace challenges by tracking valuable assets, staff, and patients on virtual maps, helping hospital employees and administrators save time.
By Jivendu Biswas 08:45 am July 30, 2013
In the world of modern medicine, it takes approximately seventeen years of original clinical research to be integrated into the day-to-day practice of medicine.
By Lindy Benton 08:54 am July 29, 2013
To reduce overall healthcare spending, it’s important to examine areas of waste within healthcare transactions, and the ways to reduce or eliminate inefficiencies, streamline revenue cycle management and improve the patient experience.

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