A digital and connected strategy save on costs, improve productivity, Brother says.
In healthcare, there’s likely been no more critical investment in technology they’ve had to make than in mobile engagement and the infrastructure required to support it.
Dr. Stewart Samuel and Leslie Tarver discuss how Solutionreach fits the needs of each of the 35 locations of Allied Physicians Group.
The goal of this report is to inform security practitioners in the healthcare industry—and anyone else who has a level of responsibility for the protected health information (PHI) of their employees—about the scope of the threats that they face.
5G is expected to become mainstream in 2020 and it is designed to support ultra-reliable, low-latency and massive data communications.
Needing to simplify data management while maintaining high data integrity and compliance, a California-based hospital system driven by aggressive organizational growth through acquisitions turned to an integrated backup, search and security solution.
It's a fine line, engaging patients through portals while placing security as a high priority. As this paper shows, combining the right technology and clear communication is an effective path to both safer data and steadier patient confidence.
The new imperative for healthcare isn’t just engagement. It’s experience.
Forrest Carr, director of business innovation and digital experience for Verizon Enterprise Solutions, defines digital convergence and discusses how it differs from digital transformation as the new enterprise imperative, what that looks like for healthcare, what strategies can address challenges of convergence, and how to innovate toward desired outcomes.
Thomas Utech, PharmD, vice president of solutions management at BD, draws upon his experience as a pharmacist to provide some perspective on the HIMSS Analytics 2017 Medication Management and Safety Study results.