Featured Healthcare Content

  1. Instilling Mobile Confidence In Your Healthcare IT Clients

    As the amount of data in circulation in healthcare grows, and as the industry itself becomes more complex, obtaining and maintaining clients will become increasingly grounded in vendors being able to instill trust.

  2. Who Will Be The Winners And Losers In The Verticalization Of Healthcare IT?

    Healthcare evolving past an obsession with EHRs (electronic health records) means much more than a chance to focus on new and different technologies. It means that a foundation for the future of healthcare has been laid, and that smart organizations will need to pay attention to movement and changes in the industry if they want to survive in the resulting environment.

  3. HIMSS Security Survey Provides Framework For Solutions Providers

    As cybersecurity in healthcare becomes more complex and the threats more pressing, your clients increasingly need and want to approach security in their organization in comprehensive and strategic ways. This puts vendors in the position of needing to approach clients with cybersecurity plans that reflect those priorities.

  4. Tackling The Coming Surge In Healthcare Data With Trained Machines

    Healthcare executives are seeing a massive surge in the data they’re dealing with — a recent survey revealed that 41 percent saw a jump of over 50 percent last year.

  5. Moving Your Small Practice Health IT Clients To Cloud EHR Solutions

    While much of the industry is moving on toward advanced EHR (electronic health record) use and data analytics, smaller players in healthcare are still playing catch up — a fact that can be quite useful to solutions providers looking to tackle this corner of the market.

  6. EHR And Telehealth: See Legislation Leap Through 21st Century Cures Act

    As quickly as technology advances in healthcare, the way it is adopted and adapted is heavily impacted by government actions at all levels.

  7. Why Health IT VARs Could Soon Deal With The “Chief Patient Experience Officer”

    Patient-centered health may seem simple, but it’s one that’s easy to foul up in the execution. While the concept is one that’s imitable through taking a look at other industries, getting healthcare organizations to a point of applied patient-centered health will require focused initiatives and invested leadership, frequently coming from a dedicated executive officer.

  8. How Adding Digital Signage Increases Opportunities For VARs

    While digital signage may be prominent in areas like New York’s Times Square, it’s also used in markets and niches including education, hospitality, shopping malls and retail stores, hospitals, gyms and spas, houses of worship, and financial institutions. 

  9. Talk To Your Health IT Clients About Payments — They’ll Thank You For It

    The work “leakage” haunts the dreams of many of your clients, and most commonly this is attributed to billing issues.

  10. Why Your Health IT Clients Could Be Slow To Move To New Technologies

    Medical technology has reached a point where you can do a cardiogram, examine a child’s eardrum, diagnose skin rashes, even refract your eyes, all with a smartphone, and according to Dr. Eric Topol, that’s just the beginning.