Surgeons washing hands
By 01:55 pm December 09, 2019

Coagulase-negative staphylococcus. Acinetobacter species. Escherichia coli. Klebsiella pneumoniae. Pseudomonas species. Enterococcus species. Staphylococcus aureus. These are just some of the pathogens that researchers found on 80% of mobile phones used at a tertiary care teaching hospital and on 81% of the clinicians’ hands that handled those phones.

Security ideagram.
By 05:12 pm December 05, 2019

Healthcare organizations have been fighting the good fight against cybercrime for many years. But they still need to up their game. As such, they need to take the following steps as they more proactively deal with cybersecurity threats.

Doctor looking at image on a tablet
By 04:38 pm December 04, 2019

The good news for healthcare organizations is that with telehealth solutions, it is much easier to bring professionals and patients together to collaborate, as they no longer need to be in the same physical location.

Doctor looking at tablet with patient
By 11:45 am August 09, 2019

Many population health management proponents decry the lack of data that programs need to define them, but deploying the right technologies is also vital to their success.

By 02:00 pm August 08, 2019

Building the right technology ecosystem with advanced printing technologies can help healthcare organizations both save ‘clicks’ for providers and improve care delivery.

By 06:20 pm August 06, 2019

As healthcare organizations look for new and innovative ways to drive patient engagement, they shouldn’t overlook advanced printing and computing technologies.

By 02:30 pm January 24, 2019

The business of healthcare is changing. IT should have the confidence and ready state strategy to meet the needs of their population health and community outreach departments.

By 12:05 pm December 27, 2017

Fueled by three converging trends – increasing government support and reimbursement for telehealth services; purpose-built, integrated hardware-software solutions; and the “consumerization of medical devices” – telemedicine is poised to make major gains in the comi

By 09:16 am December 20, 2017

More than a decade ago, healthcare information technology leaders – concerned about electromagnetic interference (EMI) from mobile electronics – banned cellphones in patient care areas.

By 09:35 am November 30, 2017

But more than half of respondents underestimate the risks of improperly sanitized devices.

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