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Digital transformation
By Sam Shah 03:42 am February 18, 2019
Many organisations embarking on the journey of transformation in healthcare do so from the perspective of the technology and all too often focus on transferring current ways of working, says Sam Shah, director of digital development at NHS England.
Analytics for mammography, pop health among new tech showcased at HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 12:21 pm February 15, 2019
Hologic has launched a new tool that manages mammography devices, while SPH Analytics has partnered with Medecision with the aim of improved quality of care and lower costs.
By Mike Miliard 11:48 am February 13, 2019
The EHR vendor’s founder also discusses the state of interoperability, cloud computing and today’s sticking points in health IT.
Blood donation.
By Laura Lovett 02:16 pm February 12, 2019
The program launched in Pakistan, Brazil, India and Bangladesh and will soon expand to the US.
Text message surveys help improve quality and gain online review data

The survey and reviews system provides statistics on campaigns and a running summary of results.

By Bill Siwicki 12:39 pm January 25, 2019
Urgent care provider PromptMD messages patients as they head out the door to gain fresh perspectives on care – it so far has a 36.8% response rate.
HIMSS19 Readiness Guide: Patient Engagement and Experience
By Chris Nerney, Sponsored by Spectrum Enterprise 04:21 pm January 23, 2019
Thanks to consumerism in the healthcare industry, providers are looking to improve patient experience and satisfaction in their care. HIMSS19 attendees who are focused on this topic for their organizations should check out these curated sessions and events.
The CIO's role in hospital mergers and acquisitions? Change management
By Bill Siwicki 10:07 am January 18, 2019
Health system merger success may hinge on the work done by CIOs to create a single IT platform to support the newly created organization.
Doctor on a computer
By Bill Siwicki 12:09 pm January 17, 2019
Connected care, upskilled workers, tax reform, a Southwest Airlines approach, private equity and the Affordable Care Act all will impact healthcare organizations in 2019, a new PwC report says.
Data illustration.
By Beth Jones Sanborn 05:13 pm January 15, 2019
Executives and board members aren't cybersecurity experts so putting it in terms they can digest is crucial -- and that takes "real-life resonance."
Beth Landon
By Beth Jones Sanborn 05:02 pm January 08, 2019
The software has made a big impact on ED workflow and care quality, since doctors can now have more informed conversations with patients.

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