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Infrastructure reality check: What can go in the cloud, really?
By Bill Siwicki 11:19 am December 12, 2018
Some healthcare CIOs say it's time to move just about everything to the cloud, while others say not so fast.
By Armin Scheuer 10:22 am December 12, 2018
Digital transformation is not reaching the patients yet – this is the key result of an
By Diana Manos 09:53 am December 12, 2018
More than 80 percent of those surveyed for a new report said they think ERP software processes are most likely to be totally replaced by AI or machine learning.
Blockchain craze
By Tom Sullivan 07:07 am December 12, 2018
While interoperability and cybersecurity challenges persist and EHRs underwhelm, distributed ledger technology is so hyped because of the hopes for what it might mean in the future.
HIMSS19 champions health
By Tom Sullivan 07:06 am December 12, 2018
The theme highlights "everyday superheroes" working in health information and technology at the HIMSS Global Conference.
Denise Hines HIMSS
By Susan Morse 04:43 pm December 11, 2018
Hines is currently is CEO of eHealth Services Group, a health technology consulting firm.
By Mike Miliard 04:01 pm December 11, 2018
Two healthcare leaders from Germany offer best practices for assessing privacy and security posture – not just for EU legal requirements, but because it's the right thing to do.
By Benjamin Harris 02:47 pm December 11, 2018
Black Book survey shows that some were wooed by brand names, instead of seeking core functionalities that give ROI – and wish they'd gotten more bang for their buck.
How hospitals can turn innovation labs into commercial profit centers
By Bill Siwicki 12:34 pm December 11, 2018
Sinai AppLab at Mount Sinai Health System in New York and UPMC Enterprises at UPMC in Pittsburgh offer tips for commercialization success.
Updating EHR templates to match staff workflows aids ED performance
By Bill Siwicki 12:02 pm December 11, 2018
St. Mary Medical Center brought in a consulting team to reduce length of stay and the left-without-being-seen rate in its emergency department – and it worked.

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