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By Diana Manos 05:00 pm January 16, 2019
Hospital, startup say they will integrate tools to improve continuity of care for pediatric patients.
By Healthcare IT News 03:59 pm January 14, 2019
HIMSS and the Cleveland Clinic are now accepting speaking proposals for the 10th annual Empathy & Innovation Summit, the world’s largest, independent conference devoted to improving the patient experience.
How Cisco thinks about improving the patient experience
By Bill Siwicki 09:04 am January 14, 2019
An executive at the networking giant discusses how health tech needs to evolve to keep pace with changing consumer expectations.
By Tom Sullivan 11:32 am January 11, 2019
Everything from AI to wearables and voice tech will be on display for hands-on interactions and live demonstrations.
By Benjamin Harris 01:39 pm January 08, 2019
Mobile data is about to get a lot faster at the Rush System for Health in Chicago. The hospital system has partnered with AT&T to become what it says is the first in the nation to use a standards-based 5G network in a healthcare setting.
Vocera Smartbadge
By Tom Sullivan 09:00 am January 07, 2019
New device brings a larger screen, integration with more clinical systems, a panic button and do not disturb features.
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By Bill Siwicki 09:16 am December 28, 2018
Here’s a look at what experts are saying hospital business decision makers should be doing today to prepare for the future.
Verily Walgreens chronic conditions
By Tom Sullivan 01:01 pm December 26, 2018
Companies will look to emerging technologies, such as a virtual diabetes program and a medication adherence pilot, in an effort to combine Verily’s tech with Walgreens stores.
Checklist: 10 steps for future-proofing ambulatory EHRs
By Bill Siwicki 08:08 am December 17, 2018
Action items to help make the most of whichever electronic health record platform you’ve chosen.
Eighty percent of users say the technology saves them time, and three out of four believe it has reduced errors.

Care coordination technology from vendor TrekIT Health, which was initially developed in 2016 at Penn Medicine.

By Bill Siwicki 12:23 pm November 30, 2018
Eighty percent of users say the technology saves them time, and three out of four believe it has reduced errors.

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