Featured Healthcare Content

  1. 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.

  2. 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. 

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Details And Insight For VARs: Medical Devices And Security Risk

    Medical devices are key targeted pivot points when it comes to cyberattacks. They are an area of notable vulnerability for all hospitals and healthcare networks that gives attackers the ability to inject malicious software and eventually remotely control your clients’ medical equipment.

  6. Top Apps For Your Physician IT Clients

    Healthcare Global has released a list of apps for physicians, and some align well with the solutions you provide. Here is a list of the six apps that pair well with the products and services you offer healthcare providers.

  7. A New World Of Healthcare Transformation: Interoperability And Connected Devices

    A new body of research from Frost & Sullivan examines the relationship between connected devices, interoperability, and the transformation of healthcare delivery. Their recently released preview report examines some of the highlights from the research.

  8. Demographic Use Of Health IT Aligns With Overall Tech Trends … Is The Same True For How To Increase Use?

    “Patient mix” is an incredibly important term in healthcare, and a concept that too frequently gets overlooked. As Meaningful Use (MU) Stage 3 (with its emphasis on patient engagement) progresses, your clients won’t be able to afford to continue that mistake.

  9. How To Help Your Health IT Clients Address Meaningful Use 3 With Beacon Technology

    As the healthcare industry shifts, many hospitals are left facing the triple threat of rising costs, increased security risks, and federal mandates to move to value-based care models.

  10. Verizon Tells How To Minimize Data Breaches And Risk For Your Health IT Clients

    Verizon touts an overarching goal of “absolute connectedness anywhere,” but what does that mean for your clients, and how can you help them address similar goals? Suzanne Widup, senior analyst with Verizon, gives some insight into those questions in a Health IT Outcomes podcast from HIMSS15.