BDR Articles

  1. ACA Requirements Spark Opportunities Around Storage, Collection Of Patient Data
    6/11/2014

    The Affordable Care Act has changed the healthcare landscape for providers in innumerable ways. An influx of new patients and new regulations around how those patients interact with the system, has made the ability of a provider to estimate cost of care more important than ever. This has opened up myriad possibilities around the storage and collection of patient data, with partnerships with private enterprise making recent news headlines.

  2. Help Clients Save With The Federal Savings Calculator
    6/11/2014

    In an age of reduced budgets, organizations — including federal agencies — constantly look for new ways to save money. In fact, recent federal efforts on the IT front, including developing key initiatives like remote access, consolidation, virtualization, diversification, and cloud computing, led to over $8 billion in annual savings. This number equates to more than 10 percent of the total IT budget afforded to government agencies.

  3. Government IT News For VARs — June 11, 2014
    6/11/2014

    In the news this week, California leads the way in government Big Data innovation, and the General Services Administration faces contract-stopping protests.

  4. How To Tell If Your Website Is An Effective Lead-Generator
    6/11/2014

    Your website is often the first impression of your business on a prospect — and the impression it makes can impact whether that prospect becomes a customer. How do you know whether your website is an effective marketing tool?

  5. What The DATA Act Means For VARs
    6/10/2014

    The Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act) was signed into law by President Obama on May 9, 2014, after unanimously passing both The House of Representatives and The Senate. Since its founding in February 2012, the Data Transparency Coalition has made the creation and successful implementation of the DATA Act its top priority.

  6. Healthcare IT News For VARs — June 6, 2014
    6/6/2014

    In the news, the ONC reorganizes, NextGen Healthcare announces it can now transmit clinical care information between disparate technology platforms, and the partial code freeze for ICD-9 and ICD-10 is extended. Also, a second year’s worth of data on Medicare hospital utilization has been released to researchers and analysts looking for patterns in healthcare data.

  7. The Way Field Service Companies Use Data Can Make Or Break A Business
    6/6/2014

    In today’s environment, the way field service companies use their data is just as important as accessing it in the first place. Regardless of the amount of information available to a company, the ability to use that data to help improve operations is crucial. A recent Trimble report titled Transforming Service Delivery: An Insight Report — 2014 investigates the most critical issues affecting field service organizations and offers insights into how to transform operations.

  8. AHIMA Provides Breach Management Toolkit
    6/4/2014

    Healthcare has been teeming with warnings about gaps in information security, and knowledgeable professionals, both inside and outside of the industry, have responded with advice, guidelines, and general recommendations on how organizations can best protect themselves.

  9. No Excuses: You CAN Market Your IT Business
    6/2/2014

    Finalists gave presentations at the “Better Your Best” competition at the 2014 Technology Marketing and IT Sales Training Boot Camp in Nashville, TN, vying for the chance to be the spokesperson for Technology Marketing Toolkit. Although they were giving presentations in a competition, their stories of marketing their IT businesses successfully added up to a compelling argument that regardless of the obstacles you face, you can market your business.

  10. Neutralizing Cyber Threats
    6/2/2014

    New reports issued by KnowBe4, a Tampa Bay-based security company, indicate that cybergangs are ratcheting up attack levels by targeting companies and individuals using ransomware — like Cryptolocker and Kovter — to hijack valuable information.

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