• Improve Healthcare with Data Analytics

    Finding ways to analyze the massive amounts of healthcare data to generate meaningful information healthcare providers can use to improve care is a growing focus for the industry. With greater adoption of electronic health records (EHR), provider organizations can now use clinical data to improve performance. There are many barriers remaining to achieving the full value analytics. Read More Here

  • Collaboration is Key to Effective Care

    Collaboration has always been an integral component of U.S. healthcare. Now in the digital era, it promises to improve clinical outcomes while cutting costs, but challenges still exist. The collaborative care model positions the primary care physician as the quarterback with patients as active members of the team. Read More Here

  • Healthcare Catching up With Security Practices

    Healthcare organizations are now among those most frequently attacked, according to IBM's 2016 Cyber Security Intelligence Index. The healthcare industry is now hustling to respond. One advantage the industry has is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which requires protections to govern the privacy of patient information. Read More Here

  • Mobility Supports EHR, but Barriers Remain

    Mobility has been a part of healthcare for decades. The new mobile systems take the idea of clinical mobility to another level. The new generation of mobile devices had begun to change patient care delivery. Many healthcare organizations also report that implementing mobile services for healthcare data access was a high priority. Read More Here

  • Success of EHR Depends on Standards

    Despite years of discussion, there are still doubts about what interoperability means for healthcare. It's not that healthcare providers don't believe in the advantages of EHRs and the necessity for effective digital collaboration. The underlying problem is there are hundreds of different EHR products. There needs to be one standard. Read More Here