Featured Healthcare Content

  1. Invest In Your Company By Planning For 2015

    December has always been one of my favorite times of the year. I’ve found it to be a very hectic month in some ways and a quiet one in others.

  2. The Creeping Pace Of Big Data In Healthcare — Is It A Culture Problem?

    The buzz around Big Data as the future of multiple industries isn’t stopping. It is, however, impossible to have that conversation and ignore how differently things have played out in the healthcare space.

  3. When Does EHR Optimization Beat Replacement?

    Poor results after an EHR (electronic health records) implementation may leave a hospital or facility wanting to scrap a project altogether and start from scratch. Depending on the situation though, this may not be the best option.

  4. CIOs Address Data, System Integration, And More At CHIME Fall Forum

    Healthcare CIOs gathered at The College Of Healthcare Information Management Executives’ (CHIME) 2014 Fall CIO Forum (October 28-31) to discuss pressing topics in the healthcare information landscape.

  5. Healthcare IT News For VARs — November 7, 2014

    In the news this week, EHR (electronic health records) interoperability is a key to value-based care, device theft is still the biggest cause of healthcare data breaches, and the Department of Defense (DoD) is in talks with PwC over a new, open-source EHR solution.

  6. Survey Reveals That Remote eTMF Will Double In 2015

    The survey “Veeva 2014 Paperless TMF Survey: An Industry Benchmark”, the largest TMF (trial master file) survey in the industry, has revealed an expected dramatic increase (to 32 percent) in access to electronic trial master file (eTMF) provided to auditors by clinical trial sponsors in 2015.

  7. New Guidelines From CMS On Security Risk Analysis

    The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines for security risk analysis have been amended for Meaningful Use (MU) Stage 2.

  8. Using Clinical Data Analytics To Support Your Clients’ Most Important Goals

    The organizational impact of EHR (electronic health record) systems on your clients is possibly best managed and improved through refining the content of the records itself.

  9. Are Your Clients Unnecessarily Struggling With EHRs?

    EHRs (electronic health records) are changing healthcare, but have proven they can still be a burden on providers.

  10. Small Healthcare Facilities Unprepared For Data Breach, Study Reveals

    Your smaller healthcare IT clients might be in trouble, according to a study from CSID , a leading provider of global identity protection and fraud detection technologies.

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