Networking Articles

  1. Human-Centered Automation: Keeping EHRs Useful For Doctors, Centered On Patients
    12/10/2014

    One of the major complaints you’ll hear about EHRs from clinicians as a solutions provider, is that they distance patient and doctor interactions — bad timing in a healthcare environment that is moving increasingly toward a patient-centered focus.

  2. VARs Could Help Control Health Insurance Costs — If Regulations Keep Up With Tech Advances
    12/10/2014

    Laws and regulations frequently lag behind technology in most sectors, and, according to an article from Smart Data Collective, the world of health insurance is no different.

  3. Interactive Displays Sales Fall Across U.S., Expected To Rebound In 2016
    12/10/2014

    Interactive whiteboards (IWB) and interactive flat panel displays (IFPD) in the education and corporate sectors achieved close to 440,000 unit sales globally in Q3 2014,according to Rave.

  4. Top Federal IT Initiatives Include Security, Disaster Recovery, Digitizing Records
    12/10/2014

    Recently Information Week asked its readers to rate more than 30 government IT initiatives in terms of importance and current leadership focus.

  5. Manufacturing And Warehousing IT News For VARs — December 9, 2014
    12/9/2014

    The ways mobility is impacting the manufacturing environment is in the news this week, as well as the benefits of timely, accurate information sharing to vendor managed inventory (VMI).

  6. Tech Gap Around Value-Based Care Provides Opportunity For VARs
    12/9/2014

    While healthcare providers agree that VBR (value-based reimbursement) is the future of healthcare, few organizations have the clinical analytics and business intelligence tools to truly take advantage of the change, according to a McKesson Corporation survey presented by Health IT Analytics.

  7. Can You Use 3D Printing To Print A House?
    12/8/2014

    Among all the applications — and potential applications— for 3D printing, one that might not be top of mind is providing shelter for the homeless. A recent 3DPrint article reports on a crowdfunding campaign, however, aimed at just that.

  8. Is ICD-10 The Path To Big Data Success?
    12/8/2014

    From injuries by turkey (or squirrel) to handwringing over the enormous increase in code number and complexity, much of the discussion around ICD-10 has centered on the problematic and the comical. This article from HIT Consultant though, takes the position that the new coding system may actually be an integral key to productive use of Big Data in the healthcare space.

  9. What You Need To Know About Keeping Your Customers Connected With Wireless
    12/8/2014

    With machine-to-machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) applications dominating current talk in the field service market, an area that you can’t forget is wireless connectivity, the necessary part of the solution that allows the data and communications to travel back and forth.

  10. Study: CFOs Fear Falling Behind From Not Having The Right Cloud Solutions
    12/8/2014

    Even as transition to the cloud increases and new cloud technologies blossom, many traditional barriers to cloud investment remain. These include concerns due to security and data protection.

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