Featured Healthcare Content

  1. Healthcare Construction And Tech: Why VARs Should Care

    Construction has a reputation of lagging even further behind on technological innovation than healthcare. A boom in the meeting of the two though, has brought about advancements new to both industries — most notably, Building Information Modeling (BIM).

  2. HHS And The Future Of Telemedicine Regulations

    Telemedicine will inevitably play a large part in the future of healthcare. As with any other innovation in the industry though, much of its growth and success will depend on regulations around technology and reimbursement, and how agencies respond to industry needs. It’s important for solutions providers to understand the financial incentives (or disincentives) behind any technology offerings they make to clients.

  3. Lower Q1 GDP Estimates Linked To Drop In Healthcare Spending

    Healthcare spending trends can be difficult to follow, but they’re important information to any solutions provider looking to not only plan their business, but also stay mindful of the environments their clients are functioning in.

  4. Healthcare IT News For VARs — June 20, 2014

    In this week’s news, ALCs step up use of EHRs (electronic health records), and Georgia EHR implementation is under fire after patient safety concerns.

  5. The Benefits Of Revenue Cycle Management For Healthcare

    Revenue in healthcare is a perfect storm of thin margins, managed care complexity, and tightening legislation. Chances are though, when you’re working with your clients, they don’t realize the full benefit potential of revenue cycle management — understandable, since the combination of technology and financial considerations can be difficult to explain.

  6. ACOs And Their Tech Needs: Where VARs Come In

    The rise of the accountable care organization (ACO) marks a change in the approach to healthcare delivery that affects your clients at all levels.

  7. What HITECH Means For VARs

    Your clients may hear more about HIPAA, but chances are, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act impacts them just as much —  if not more — than the more commonly known legislation around patient privacy. The HITECH Act includes some twists for solutions providers, so familiarity with its base guidelines, as well as some recent developments, is an important part of keeping your business healthy.

  8. Healthcare IT News For VARs — June 13, 2014

    In this week’s news, IBM teams up with Epic, and Meaningful Use Stage 2 continues to see slow growth.

  9. IT Channel Members List Pitfalls To Avoid In The Healthcare Market

    One of the biggest mistakes VARs make is not fully understanding the needs of healthcare industry, especially regarding compliance issues.

  10. ACA Requirements Spark Opportunities Around Storage, Collection Of Patient Data

    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.

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