Network Infrastructure

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By 11:00 am February 25, 2020
Join us for the first in a three-part series that will explore how a VNA creates the foundation for supporting your long-term data and AI strategy. In the first of these three webinars we will discuss the benefits of a VNA, best practices on how you can begin to plan for deploying a VNA, and how you can turn your data into the asset that it should...
Doctors caring for a patient
By 12:00 pm January 30, 2020
As healthcare continues to evolve, understanding data has become increasingly critical to being able to make timely, informed decisions. At City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, we replaced traditional data silos and manual processes with a data culture mindset and modern approach to managing our data and facilitating research.
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By 10:00 am January 28, 2020
Healthcare organizations continue to undergo major digital transformation throughout the continuum of care. Technology, business processes, new government mandates, industry consolidation, and strong consumerism-driven healthcare are just a few of the key underlying forces that continue to fuel the much needed changes in the healthcare space.
Doctors looking at a monitor
By 01:00 pm January 24, 2020
The patient-provider relationship is critical to improving patient outcomes. Yet only 11 percent of patients are satisfied with the time they spend with their primary care physician, and 42 percent of physicians are experiencing burnout. Administrative burdens and greater patient volumes are the key culprits - and implementing a connected...
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By 05:20 pm January 13, 2020
This comprehensive report--based on a recent two-month survey of over of 1,200 physicians, executives, IT and administrative leaders in healthcare--shows that healthcare organizations are using artificial intelligence, believe in it and are leading the way to adopting machine-learning enabled clinical care and business processes.
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By 02:33 pm December 18, 2019
IDC estimates that over 1 trillion pages are printed annually in the United States. And yet despite that, combined with the advancement of "anytime, anywhere" technologies and the high six-figure cost of an average security breach, many companies still fail to address the unique characteristics of securing their print infrastructure....
Doctors looking at a brain scan
By 01:00 pm December 12, 2019
According to new research from HIMSS about innovation, U.S. hospitals are most widely prioritizing initiatives to drive operational, procedural and financial efficiencies, as well as enhance the patient experience. To fully realize these aspirations requires a coordinated mix of people, processes, technology and partners. In this second part of...
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By 04:22 pm December 06, 2019
As healthcare organizations transition from fee-for-service (where volume is key) to value-based care (where outcomes matter most), financial risks are being spread among payers, providers, and employers. This shift results in a different kind of risk management that requires organizations to use data and analytics in a different way to gain a...
Doctors talking.
By 10:00 am November 15, 2019
Attendees will hear from two industry veterans on how hospitals can achieve seamless movement of patient needs to the caregiver and caregiver interactions. They will also discuss the unique balance of enterprise strategy, innovation intent, and organization dynamics to maximize the benefits of technology.
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By 12:20 pm October 21, 2019
Despite widespread EHR usage, many clinicians and care teams still struggle with exchanging information. And although interoperability promises to unite data across various sites, every organization is different, requiring a tailored interoperability solution to fit their specific needs.

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