Featured Healthcare Content

  1. Healthcare Construction Potentially Dampened By Telehealth Growth

    According to at least one healthcare CEO, the growth of telehealth could put a damper on construction in the healthcare industry.

  2. The Role Of Women In Addressing New Challenges In HIT Security

    While cyberattacks are a major factor in the most damaging healthcare data breaches, mistakes and other preventable internal errors are still responsible for the majority of individual breaches.

  3. Healthcare Breach Numbers Are Shifting, But The Question Is “Why?”

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA) Omnibus Rule on breach notification requirements began two years ago, and many in the industry expected to see a jump in the numbers because of the new method of tracking breaches.

  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. 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?

  6. 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 HIT.gov. 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.”

  7. Top 6 Population Health Upsells For Your Clients

    Population health is on the mind of decision-makers with your current clients, so while it may be hard to launch an entirely new relationship based on a population health solution, its entirely possible to start a conversation with your existing client base about ways they’re handling the concept and how they can prepare for industry changes around it.

  8. Wearables Break New Ground With Google’s Smart Contact Lens

    Google’s technology is far from new in the optical wearable world. Last year, Google Glass was being used by MedEx Ambulance Service to allow paramedics to transmit live audio and video to doctors, and now a partnership with Novartis has given birth to a smart contact lens.

  9. Channel Transitions: Remote Monitoring And Management Is A Must For MSPs

    Jessica Schroder, community manager for MAXfocus and Chris Soutar, director of managed services for Entre Computer Solutions, explained the benefits of remote monitoring and management (RMM) at BSM’s Channel Transitions VAR/MSP Executive Conference held September 24 at the DoubleTree Chicago Downers Grove.

  10. WEDI-NATE Partnership Means Another Step Toward Healthcare IT Interoperability

    The Workgroup For Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) and the National Association For Trusted Exchange (NATE) have teamed up to support development of the Virtual Clipboard Initiative and research that promotes healthcare interoperability.