Data Collection & Mobility Articles

  1. The Internet Of Things And Its Quest To Cut Healthcare Costs

    The technology you deliver to your clients has a lot riding on it — it’s expected to save patient lives, make clinician and administrative jobs easier, measure up to government regulations, and do all that while saving money.

  2. IoT Mistakes That Can Destroy ROI

    By being aware of these common mistakes, you can take the necessary actions to ensure your first IoT steps have the outcomes you desire.

  3. Why Mobile Capture Will Become More Important (Hint: Millennials)

    A new study shows millennials want to digitize commerce with their cameras. The Mitek survey, performed through Zogby Analytics, found that of the 1,006 millennials (age 18 to 34) with smartphones, 68 percent would rather take a picture than type, and 83 percent believe mobile capture will be a part of all mobile transactions in the next five years. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  4. Healthcare CFOs Planning To Outsource RCM, Control Costs In 2016

    CFO input drives much of the decision-making process behind the purchasing of your products and services. This infographic from Medical Billing Star breaks down their perspective and concern by the numbers.

  5. Marketing Collateral For Sales Reps Must Be Accessible On Mobile Platforms

    According to the annual Salesforce Spotlight Survey by Seismic, an end-to-end sales enablement solution, mobility could be widening the gap between sales and marketing teams.

  6. Zebra Study: ROI Of Mobility Tools Includes Lower Costs And Additional Revenue

    Your field and fleet management clients could have more money to spend on mobility solutions in the next five years.

  7. Your Healthcare IT Clients Can Use IoT Solutions Today

    Are you wondering if any of your clients (or their competition) have deployed Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in their businesses?

  8. The Fastest Growing App Market? Healthcare

    If your clients are reluctant to try out mHealth apps, a bit of social proof from Kalorama might change their minds.

  9. ONC Finalizes HIT Strategic Plan While CHIME Calls For MU3 Delay

    The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) has continued to spell out its strategic vision for HITin the U.S. according to a letter available on The letter begins, “Over the past five years, our nation's health information technology (health IT) landscape has experienced a remarkable transformation. Developing the Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020 (Plan) has given us a chance to reflect on our collective health IT journey. When we released the prior Plan in 2011, non-federal adoption of health IT was in its nascent stages, Affordable Care Act implementation was commencing, and the use of mobile health applications, especially by consumers, was far from ubiquitous.”

  10. Zebra’s “PartnerConnect” Partner Program Launching Q2 2016

    Zebra will launch “PartnerConnect” in Q2 2016. Since Zebra acquired Motorola Solutions' Enterprise business last year, the company has been thoughtfully advancing the development of the newly named partner program.