Nuance, public cloud, Germany
By 01:00 am November 25, 2020

The first HIMSS study on public cloud use in Germany’s hospitals shows a high deployment level of cloud computing. On average, respondents rate public cloud solutions as more advantageous than on-premise solutions, however, they also express concerns with regard to data protection and compliance. 

By 07:41 am August 26, 2020

Clinician burnout is a significant global challenge and healthcare technology can be both part of the problem and the solution. Join Nuance and a panel of European healthcare leaders to find out about initiatives to tackle burnout.

By 09:14 am June 03, 2020

Physicians in Denmark, Finland and Sweden now have the opportunity to use a native-language conversational AI solution to effectively capture patient stories, reduce administrative workloads and improve care quality with an EHR-integrated solution. 

Doctor using smartphone.
By 09:20 am May 11, 2020

Speech-recognition tool enabled a Mississippi hospital to expand its AI-driven tools to support its CDI program.

Doctors talking.
By 08:55 am April 27, 2020

In this continuation of our series about the financial wellbeing of rural and critical access hospitals, we explore the importance of clinical documentation improvement (CDI) programs and how to establish one at your facility.

By 01:17 pm April 13, 2020

Financial pressures, limited resources, and changing regulations contribute to bottom-line risk and the alarming result is often rural hospital failure and closure. In this new series from Dr. Robert Budman, we explore what’s behind this and, more importantly, what rural and critical access hospitals can do to keep the doors open.

By 03:59 am February 17, 2020

A Finnish site visit to Berlin’s Charité hospital, which formed part of the recent HEALTH Conference in Berlin, kicked off some interesting discussions when comparing the two healthcare systems.

By 04:44 am May 13, 2019

A large-scale EHR implementation in Denmark has faced some resistance from clinical staff; medical doctors found it difficult and time consuming to input data by typing.

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