An overview of the current Cloud market, with insights about transforming healthcare; the ROI of personalization technologies; and how innovative on-premise, cloud and hybrid data solutions can improve efficiency, care and outcomes.
Healthcare professionals, administrators and providers agree: it is time to remove paper from everyday processes like contracting and procurement, HR, Medicare billing, patient onboarding and more.
Providers are slow to adopt electronic prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS), despite nearly unanimous adoption by U.S. retail pharmacies, this report from DrFirst reveals. Learn the latest EPCS trends when you download this briefing today.
This paper addresses the issues that are most top of mind for today’s senior IT executives in healthcare organizations. This includes learning to do less with more and adopting new business models.
Houston Healthcare addresses the need to unite data and manage patient security with a reliable infrastructure among their hospitals and facilities.
Louisiana Hospital System attains a more reliable and capable communications for its expanding network, post Hurricane Katrina.
In The Engaged Patient, we take a deep dive into the concept of patient engagement to examine the ways your organization can promote higher levels of participation between providers and patients while reducing costs and operational burdens.
Learn how leveraging new strategies to connect with referring physicians and networks outside your own four walls can drive bottom line success for healthcare providers.
Responding to competitive pressures to innovate, businesses like yours are strategically adding digital components to all their products and services. In this environment, Operations has to become more agile -- but without sacrificing stability.
Integrating your information systems boosts the quality of healthcare by making the delivery of that care safer and more efficient. If you are ready to experience this integration but are struggling to get it done, learn how Roper St. Francis was able to integrate their ED system with their inpatient system and now saves 5,000 staff hours...