Featured Healthcare Content

  1. The Importance Of Data Normalization In Healthcare Data Warehousing

    Data warehousing and mining are going to change the face of healthcare.

  2. HIMSS Addresses Challenges In Health IT

    The IT challenges you face with your healthcare clients are not going unnoticed.

  3. FDA Finalizes Recommendations For Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks

    The agency is holding a workshop that will cover ways in which government, medical device developers, hospitals, cybersecurity professionals, and others can collaborate to improve the state of security and protect public health. Interested parties must register by must register online by 4 p.m., October 14, 2014.

  4. Data Governance: A Subject New To Your Healthcare IT Clients

    In a world where healthcare data is increasingly integral to every aspect of the care continuum, your clients will begin to find an overarching approach to data and information to be indispensible.

  5. HIPAA Audits Postponed

    The Health And Human Services Office For Civil Rights (OCR) announced in September that it has postponed the upcoming round of HIPAA audits because of a need to update its portal.

  6. Healthcare IT News For VARs — October 10, 2014

    In this week’s news, federal guidelines for device cybersecurity have been issued, and U.S. Ebola mishandling is blamed on EHRs.

  7. CHIME Case Study Details Steps Of Hospital EHR Deployment

    The College Of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has released a case study focused on Chadron Community Hospital & Health Services.

  8. Verizon-Harvard Survey Reveals Special Challenges In Healthcare Vertical

    Verizon has recently released a cross-vertical survey in conjunction with the Harvard Business Review that examines industries and their attitudes around early technology adoption.

  9. Patients Aren’t Accessing Medical Records: IT Solutions Providers Can Change That

    The Office of The National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) has released a report that states that less than one third of consumers access their health records online. This is largely due to healthcare providers not offering the service, and it is likely an area in which you can offer innovative business solutions to your clients.

  10. Recent Update In EHR Incentive Program Could Mean Penalties For Your Clients

    Some of your EHR clients may be hit with a penalty next year, and it’s not their fault.

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