ARTICLES BY MEGAN WILLIAMS
HIT ‘Consultants’ Are Happier Than Their On-Staff Counterparts
A survey from Health IT Leaders has revealed that significantly more IT solutions providers with healthcare clients are happier in their jobs than full-time healthcare IT professionals.
Healthcare IT News For VARs — October 24, 2014
In this week’s news, CMS releases new guidelines on risk analysis, and the Tennessee Health Department discovers second data breach.
Data Normalization: A New Source Of Value For Your Healthcare IT Clients
As much as the talk of health information exchanges and predictive analytics in healthcare grows, it’s impossible to ignore the fact that some basic standards around data can’t be overlooked if these goals are to be achieved.
One of the biggest is data normalization.
Addressing Client Objections To EHR
Are your healthcare IT customers concerned about the cost of a new EHR (electronic health records) system? Make sure you let them know they’ll probably get their money back in less than a year.
Enlisting Patients To Improve EHR Accuracy
eGEMs (Generating Evidence & Methods to improve patient outcomes) has released a study confirming methods to help improve medical record accuracy.
Healthcare IT News For VARs — October 17, 2014
In this week’s news, a California hospital faces financial ruin because of an EMR system, and a study reveals that telemonitoring provides a 3-to-1 ROI.
Risk Assessment: A Smart Investment For You And Your Healthcare IT Clients
Due diligence is the foundation of any good client relationship, and a proper risk assessment is an indispensible tool in accomplishing that work.
The Importance Of Data Normalization In Healthcare Data Warehousing
Data warehousing and mining are going to change the face of healthcare.
HIMSS Addresses Challenges In Health IT
The IT challenges you face with your healthcare clients are not going unnoticed.
FDA Finalizes Recommendations For Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks
The agency is holding a workshop that will cover ways in which government, medical device developers, hospitals, cybersecurity professionals, and others can collaborate to improve the state of security and protect public health. Interested parties must register by must register online by 4 p.m., October 14, 2014.