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By Christopher Frenz 10:54 am December 17, 2020
The widespread use of SolarWinds software means many organizations are now scrambling to determine whether they too may have suffered a breach. Here are some remediations and mitigations that can help get a handle on the issue.
By Joyoti Goswami 02:46 pm December 15, 2020
At Geisinger in Pennsylvania, a pilot program to bring care to the homes of older patients with complex healthcare needs has shown a 35% reduction in visit
By Paddy Padmanabhan 02:55 pm December 09, 2020
Mature health systems recognize the importance of context and design virtual care programs accordingly. Telehealth looks different for millennials and retirees, rural and urban patients and population groups with fundamentally different healthcare needs.
By Charles Alessi 02:16 am December 07, 2020
We start 2021 with hope and well-founded optimism, despite the ravages of the pandemic, reflects Dr Charles Alessi, chief clinical officer at HIMSS. 
By Walter Rayford 11:28 am November 19, 2020
An integrated coaction model, or iCaM, is ideal for addressing complex multispecialty parameters associated with health inequities and COVID-19.
By Layla McCay 01:35 am November 18, 2020
The pace of change will never be so slow again, according to Layla McKay, director of International Relations at NHS Confederation.
By Anna E. Schoenbaum 11:20 am November 12, 2020
There's an art to balancing new innovation while maintaining a high level of existing service. It requires a solid foundation of core systems, adherence to quality controls and an excellent service support model.
By Paddy Padmanabhan 12:47 pm October 28, 2020
A few months ago, who would have thought that going into a hospital or clinic to meet with your doctor would be considered a high-risk experience? And yet, here we are.
By Dr Shera Chok 03:42 am October 27, 2020
As Black History Month comes to close, will this mean that the achievements and contribution of Black people in the UK and the need to take action will be packed away for another year, asks Dr Shera Chok, co-founder of the Shuri Network.
By Conrad Emmerich 12:09 pm October 22, 2020
Data from a real-time location system, covering nearly 4.3 million square feet, offers the ability to see patients and staff who may have come into proximity with an infected person.