For all too many years, the healthcare industry’s attempts to innovate have run into the proverbial brick wall. An emerging standard is sparking much needed change, though.
The frustrations associated with sharing information have burdened the healthcare industry’s digitization efforts for many years. With application programming interfaces (APIs) taking hold, however, data exchange is now easier to accomplish.
If you are currently using one of the five methods below for pre-registration, the time is NOW for your organization to adopt a more modern, patient-centered approach that will set the entire care journey on the right track.
Ransomware attackers collected over $209 million from victims during the first three months of 2016 alone, with the volume of attacks 10 times higher than all of 2015. Learn how to protect Your Organization From Today's Fastest Growing Cyber Threat.
Cybersecurity in healthcare—is all about people, not the doctor’s office. Patients’ quest for more control and improved health outcomes is driving the industry beyond the four walls of the typical medical setting. Learn how to protect that ecosystem.
Today’s advanced attacks focus more on exploiting human flaws than system flaws. To explore this under-reported aspect of enterprise threats, we created The Human Factor Report.
Currently, the typical patient waits 29 days to see a physician, according to a recently released survey from Merritt Hawkins. And, it could get worse. The country is expected to experience a shortage of about 90,000 physicians by the year 2025, according to the American Academy of Medical Colleges.
The average patient with five chronic conditions typically will sit in front of a doctor for only 15 out of the 8,760 hours in a year.
There’s plenty of discourse and dissent about the future of healthcare in the United States. Value-based care, however, seems to be eliciting support from all corners, according to Jeff Coughlin, senior director of federal and state affairs, HIMSS.
Connected health and telemedicine solutions are gaining critical mass, both in functionality and acceptance. At HIMSS17, it was clear that these technological advances are enabling cost-effective, value-based care delivery solutions. And as this eBook shows with many examples, the gap is closing between today's early adopters and the widespread, mainstream adoption we can expect in the not-too-distant future, where anytime, anywhere care is the norm.