Enterprise Content Management

By Eric Wicklund 10:32 am September 20, 2011
The Florida-based vendor is partnering with AirWatch to give administrators a platform from which to deploy, manage and service a wide range of mobile medical devices, including smartphones, laptops and tablets.
By Healthcare IT News 02:39 pm August 26, 2011
Just as some hospitals in low-lying areas of Manhattan were preparing to evacuate on Friday afternoon and others all along the East Coast were readying for the wind, rain and power outages expected from Hurricane Irene, Boston-based Iron Mountain, an information management services company, offered 10 tips on how best to weather the storm.
By Diana Manos 09:57 am August 19, 2011
With a new online Medicaid enrollment system up and running, Oklahoma is ready for the onslaught of Medicaid enrollment that is expected in 2014, says Mike Fogarty, CEO of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority.
By Mike Miliard 10:55 am August 18, 2011
Just three weeks after its iPad-native EHR made news for gaining ONC-ATCB-certification, drchrono has launched an iOS app to replace paper-based patient check-in.
By Eric Wicklund 10:59 am August 10, 2011
A Los Angeles-based entrepreneur is looking to take basic charting and clinical functions out of the EMR and offer a simple clinical software package to nonprofits working around the globe.
By Mike Miliard 03:42 pm August 05, 2011
The news wasn’t a surprise. By the time it was confirmed, it had been rumored for months. Still, it was a sad day.
By Mike Miliard 03:31 pm August 05, 2011
In an evolution one exec says will help physicians face an "onslaught of uncertainties and challenges," GE Healthcare has launched the latest version of its integrated EMR and practice management system for physician practices, Centricity Practice Solution 10.
By Eric Wicklund 03:27 pm August 05, 2011
– From the newly arrived immigrant trying to decipher a doctor’s prescription to a paramedic trying to help an injured tourist, it’s clear that the language of healthcare isn’t English-only. And in many cases, there isn’t time to find an interpreter.
By Bill Fox 02:28 pm August 05, 2011
“Hurdle rate” is a business school term for the minimum rate of return on investment (ROI) on a given project that an organization is willing to accept before financing it.
By Eric Wicklund 01:45 pm August 05, 2011
A non-profit set up to run Tennessee’s telehealth network is shutting down amid an investigation of its books and charges that two former officials skimmed hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant funding and misused other funds.

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