Featured Healthcare Content

  1. The ROI Of E-Alerts For Your Healthcare IT Customers
    8/21/2014

    The best way for your healthcare customers to attract new clients and continually prove their importance to existing ones, is to connect day-to-day operations to patients’ clinical outcomes. E-alerts (electronic reminders) have gained attention over the last couple of years for their benefits in both the work of physicians and in changing patient behavior.

  2. How To Build A Strong Healthcare IT Network
    8/21/2014

    Your healthcare clients need to share information securely and reliably among their locations, with other offices, laboratories, and testing facilities, and with their patients

  3. VA Healthcare Overhaul Could Mean Opportunities For VARs
    8/20/2014

    Behind all the scandal, the Veterans Health Administration has been taking steps to overhaul the way it deals with IT. As early as 2013, it began efforts to improve the patient experience through technology including health and wellness apps, sensors, and home monitoring devices. Last Thursday though, a more official step was taken.

  4. Global UC Market Predicted To Reach Almost $76 Billion By 2020
    8/19/2014

    Study concludes growth in burgeoning Unified Communications (UC) field over next six years.

  5. ICD-10 -- A VAR’s Preparedness Kit
    8/19/2014

    HHS has finally announced an ICD-10 implementation deadline of October 15, 2015. Your clients will want to take notice.

  6. Will Big Data Have A Direct Impact On Patient Care?
    8/18/2014

    Big Data is headed for the patient bed-side, but there’s still work to be done .

  7. Is“Patient Engagement” Important To Your Healthcare Customers?
    8/15/2014

    “Patient Engagement” is a big buzzword these days and can come in multiple forms, but too little is said about how to actually achieve it. From patient portals to patient loyalty programs — healthcare is seeing solutions similar to their cousins in the retail and banking sectors, all geared to incentivize patients in various ways to increase their consumption of healthcare. But do they work?

  8. Rogue Apps: From Customer Headache To Recurring Revenue Boon
    8/15/2014

    I remember the days when IT admins so tightly locked down PC permissions that users couldn't change a printer setting, let alone install their own choice of applications. Of course, just 10 years ago, there weren't a whole lot of small specialized apps and there certainly weren't all the cloud apps we have today. Employees don't think they need permission to work smarter by installing apps like Dropbox on their computer. While users are more empowered than ever and have access to new productivity tools every day, an IT nightmare has been created -- rogue apps on the network. It might be worse than you think.

  9. Healthcare IT News For VARs — August 15, 2014
    8/15/2014

    In the news, a survey shows EHR use can equal lower cost per patient admission. Also, the Pew Charitable Trust has appealed to legislators for a better review process of new medical devices. In addition, Apple is discussing partnerships for its “HealthKit” cloud-based information platform.

  10. Telemedicine: A New Benefit For Your Clients
    8/14/2014

    Your clients may not be reimbursed for telemedicine offerings today, but that stands to change.

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