Featured Healthcare Content

  1. EHR Plug And Play Possible Thanks To FHIR
    4/30/2015

    Open source EHR technology might not be very far away.

  2. NFL Teams Use EHR Systems To Streamline Care
    4/29/2015

    EHRs are useful beyond just the world of hospitals and the military. Anywhere a human body is treated, they can bring benefits and innovation. This includes athletic spaces.

  3. $1 Million HHS Grant Meant To Encourage Health Information Sharing
    4/29/2015

    Your health IT clients could be candidates to apply for a recent grant offering aims to encourage interoperability at the community level.

  4. HIT Storage Challenges Addressed At HIMSS15
    4/27/2015

    One of HIMSS15’s presentations came from DataCore Software, a provider of software-defined storage. The presentation was timely — data is becoming bigger, ever more important, and ever more difficult to contain and protect.

  5. Insider Perspective On Potential IT Spend In The Health Vertical
    4/24/2015

    It’s beneficial to have the insight of insiders to understand the healthcare vertical.

  6. ONC Says Interoperability Slowed By Health Information Blocking
    4/24/2015

    Interoperability by definition relies on the free flow on health information.

  7. Cloud, Security, Mobility: Significant Trends In Healthcare IT
    4/22/2015

    Business Solutions asked channel executives their opinions on the most significant trends and opportunities in healthcare IT, and responses related to topics including cloud, security, and mobility.

  8. The Danger Of Insider Threats To Your Health IT Clients
    4/20/2015

    Security breaches in healthcare are a major issue, but not enough attention is being paid to threats from the inside.

  9. BYOD Is “The Norm” For Your Health IT Clients
    4/20/2015

    If you haven’t talked to your hospital clients about their BYOD (bring your own device) security policies, it might be time to schedule a meeting.

  10. Case Study: mHealth On The African Continent
    4/20/2015

    mHealth has been used to address pressing health issues in fascinating ways in the U.S., but it is also doing amazing things in other parts of the world.

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