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  • Adopting a Cloud-First Approach to Healthcare Data Integration

    September 19, 2018 - As healthcare organizations look toward a future of seamless healthcare data integration, they are facing the difficult task of managing legacy systems and connecting disparate data siloes created by aging infrastructure. Poor integration capabilities can make acquiring new digital tools a difficult undertaking, says John Reeves, Healthcare Solutions Evangelist at Dell Boomi, and...

  • How Edge Computing Enhances Health IT Infrastructure

    September 4, 2018 - Healthcare organizations are adding more digital tools and trying to process growing amounts of data more quickly to meet enterprise demands. Many organizations have looked to the cloud for the best solution for democratizing data access and moving data around more quickly. While the cloud offers a number of advantages in these areas, it may not be sufficient for collecting, storing,...

  • How Will Amazon, Google, Microsoft Impact EHR Interoperability, FHIR?

    August 29, 2018 - Earlier this month Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, and Salesforce announced their intent to jointly commit “to removing barriers for the adoption of technologies for healthcare interoperability, particularly those that are enabled through the cloud and AI.” This pledge could reshape how healthcare organizations share data and interact with interoperability...

  • Cloud-based Healthcare App Development Supports Infrastructure Growth

    August 28, 2018 - The evolution of healthcare IT still poses challenges for organizations going through digital transformations. As applications and continue to develop, organizations are looking to new methods and partners to get the most out of their healthcare app development. “The idea that now software development can move into the cloud and offer new capabilities is moving to the...


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Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Adoption Grows for Software Apps

Organizations continue to adapt their IT infrastructure to accommodate healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) as IT systems become more complex and data sets become more robust. IDC predicts that spending on cognitive and AI technologies...

Using IPaaS for Healthcare Data Integration, Cloud Migration

Organizations struggle with healthcare data integration as they go through digital transformations. Integrating applications with legacy infrastructure tools can be difficult to manage, but an integration platform-as-a-service (IPaaS) can...

Adopting a Cloud-First Approach to Healthcare Data Integration

As healthcare organizations look toward a future of seamless healthcare data integration, they are facing the difficult task of managing legacy systems and connecting disparate data siloes created by aging infrastructure. Poor integration...

MEDITECH Launches Healthcare App Development Environment

MEDITECH announced Sept. 18 the release of its healthcare app development environment MEDITECH Greenfield. The platform will enable organizations to develop applications that will be interoperable with the MEDITECH EHR. Greenfield is...

Selecting Healthcare App Development Tools for Integration

Integrating applications with EHRs is one of the most challenging parts of the healthcare app development process. Applications that can’t access all the information they need from different programs and tools can potentially hinder...

Legacy Hardware Threatens HIT Infrastructure Security

Healthcare organizations are facing a “perfect storm” when it comes to HIT infrastructure security, ERI Co-Founder and Executive Chairman John Shegerian said in a report. The growth in hardware hacking puts patient data at...

FUJIFILM Partners with American College of Radiology for PACS

FUJIFILM Medical Systems is extending its partnership with the American College of Radiology to provide the healthcare organization with picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) to help educate its students. “We value our...

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