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Rural Hospital Chooses Commvault for Health Data Management

April 26, 2017 - Montgomery County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) announced its successful deployment of Commvault Data Platform to improve its health data management and establish itself in a broader role for the community it cares for. MCMH is part of a rural community where the next closest hospital located 35 miles away. The hospital receives federal funding to ensure it provides continued and consistent emergency...


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Vendor Partnership Simplifies Digital Health App Building

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Medical Web Experts recently announced a partnership with CloudMine to assist healthcare organizations in building connected digital health apps. Medical Web Experts provides organizations with HIPAA-compliant mHealth and web development services....

IBM Bluemix Introduces Low-Code App Development Platform

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IBM announced new capabilities for its Bluemix cloud platform, providing users with new tools to build enterprise mobile apps more quickly. Bluemix Developer Console provides users with a low-code app development platform. Developers can access...

Healthcare Cloud Data Migration Challenges Organizations

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Healthcare cloud data migration challenges most organizations that are upgrading their IT infrastructure to include more advanced solutions. As health IT infrastructure technology continues to evolve, clinical data is outliving the devices and...

Healthcare Application Management Growth Seeks Containers

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Healthcare application management solutions become more necessary as organizations build and adopt more custom applications as part of their health IT infrastructure. Organizations across all major industries are developing individual apps to...

Red Hat Releases Healthcare Mobile App Assessment Tool

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Red Hat announced the release of its Mobile App Assessment Tool to help organizations break down their mobile apps, giving IT decision-makers and mobile development managers full view of the healthcare mobile app development process and necessary...

Healthcare Cloud Computing Seeing Constant Overall Growth

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Healthcare cloud computing is growing consistently, with IT infrastructure products for public and private cloud deployments growing by 9 percent, according to a recent report by IDC. Cloud is proving vital to enterprises across all verticals...

Edge Computing Uses IoT Devices for Fast Health IT Analytics

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Healthcare organizations are rapidly adopting analytics solutions as part of their HIT infrastructures to offer better patient care. As the number of analytics solutions and internet of things (IoT) devices introduced into healthcare networks...

New HIT Open Source AI Platform Available on Azure HDInsight

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H2O.ai announced the availability of its artificial intelligence (AI) platform on Microsoft Azure HDInsight, making it more widely available for health IT infrastructure deployment. H2O.ai’s Sparkling Water solution is now available on...

Top Features for Healthcare Low-Code App Development Platforms

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Healthcare mobile applications are becoming more popular while organizations are faced with a shortage of developers that can build custom mobile applications that aid clinician workflow and are HIPAA compliant. App development platforms are...

Cloud Foundry Aims to Solve Healthcare Developer Shortage

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Cloud Foundry Foundation announced its plan to solve the impending shortage of developers by launching its cloud-naïve developer certification initiative, called the Cloud Foundry Certified Developer program. The program will be delivered...

Oracle Reveals HIPAA Certification for SaaS Applications

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Oracle announced that it recently received HIPAA certification for its Oracle Fusion Suite of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), human capital management, (HCM), and customer relationship...

HIT Applications Management Eased by Containers as a Service

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As healthcare organizations move toward virtualized health IT infrastructure solutions, containers-as-a-service (CaaS) are becoming a popular option deploying and managing containers, HIT applications, and clusters. A recent Research and Markets...

Low-Code App Development Frees Up Health IT Developers

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Low-code application development platforms are gaining popularity in the healthcare industry as clinicians are becoming more mobile and demand applications. Organizations are presented with the option to develop custom healthcare apps, tailor-made...

Red Hat Collaborates with IBM, Achieves NIST Certification

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This week Red Hat announced a new collaboration with IBM Cloud and added a new National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) certification for OpenSCAP 1.2. IBM and Red Hat joined in a strategic collaboration to encourage enterprises...

DRaaS Critical to Recovering HIT Infrastructure Downtime

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As health IT infrastructure datacenters collect more information from mobile and connected medical devices, organizations are faced with making sure all the data is backed up in the event of a system failure. According to a recent report conducted...

Salesforce Health Cloud Improves Mount Sinai Medicaid Program

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Mount Sinai Health System chose Salesforce Health Cloud to coordinate and manage the care of Medicaid recipients in its Performing Provider System (PPS). Mount Sinai PPS was formed back in 2015 under New York State’s Delivery System Reform...

BI Artificial Intelligence Supports Health IT Analytics

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The business intelligence (BI) and analytics market is expected to change rapidly over the next several years due to vendors building more intelligent IT infrastructure solutions. According to Gartner’s latest BI and analytics magic quadrant...

Healthcare IaaS Deployments Call for Managed Cloud Services

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Healthcare organizations relying on public cloud, infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) are faced with the task of managing all aspects of the cloud, which can become increasingly complicated as more health IT infrastructure solutions are added....

Healthcare Blockchain Expected to Rise Steadily Through 2020

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Blockchain is expected to be used by up to 65 percent of enterprises, including healthcare organizations, by 2020 according to a new report by Research and Markets. Report authors suggest the distributed ledger technology will offer much needed...

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