As the population ages, the demand for clinical care is rising rapidly. At the same time, the healthcare industry is dealing with a shortage of physicians and nurses. It’s a difficult equation, at best.
While it’s difficult to predict what will happen next in Washington, there is certainty around one thing. The industry needs to “move from volume to value-based care. Everyone is on the same page about that,” said Jeff Coughlin, senior director of federal and state affairs at HIMSS.
The Health Innovation Think Tank, Adoption and Policy at a Crossroads, held at the UPMC Center for Connected Medicine in Pittsburgh, on October 10th, discussed how healthcare organizations can truly embrace value-based care.
Most organizations take an administrative approach to managing denials. Maybe that’s why they’re not collecting as much as they should.
The Health Innovation ThinkTank, Adoption and Policy at a Crossroads brought together more than 50 healthcare thought leaders across the industry including care delivery systems, payer organizations and health IT innovators, to examine best practices.
Mobile devices, ad-hoc storage and the expansion of imaging procedures can threaten security and compliance. An enterprise-wide strategy, with a vendor neutral archive (VNA) can address risks and compliance while improving care.
This paper carefully examines the many benefits of virtual desktop infrastructure in healthcare organizations, and the contributions that all-flash storage has made to actual successful VDI implementations.
While next-generation DNA sequencing (NGS) technology lays the foundation for patient-specific, genome-based medicine, the resulting data deluge creates significant problems. This paper shows how the right technology can resolve those issues.
(SPONSORED) Most healthcare system networks are hosting a mix of devices, many with up-to-date security, and others with no inherent security. Jeff Livingstone explains how to reduce the risk.
Create an environment where the patient data emanating from mobile devices can be easily and securely accessed and shared