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  • Top 3 Ways to Succeed with Healthcare IoT, Mobile Device Strategies

    August 20, 2018 - Healthcare organizations looking to enable more effective workflows and speedier access to data are searching for mobile device strategies that will allow them to harness the power of the Internet of Things (IoT).   Staying flexible and secure while managing mobile devices is a challenge, especially as rapid innovation puts pressure on providers to future-proof their...

  • ONC’s 2nd Interoperability Forum Focuses on FHIR API, Faxes

    August 10, 2018 - ONC’s 2nd Interoperability Forum, held this week in Washington, DC, focused on the future of the FHIR API in the healthcare space and the continued use of faxes to exchange health records. The Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource, or FHIR, data standard provides a way to aggregate and merge patient health data from separate data sources. FHIR creates a standard to...

  • Dangers of Legacy Solutions to Health IT Infrastructure Systems

    July 30, 2018 - Legacy systems can be a thorn in the side of health IT infrastructure professionals. Dated systems may still function but can be a huge liability when it comes to security and connectivity. The general attitude of health IT is “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” which can cause serious problems down the road. While this attitude could be harmful, it’s not...

  • Ensuring Healthcare Networks Can Keep Key Data in the Fast Lane

    July 24, 2018 - Wireless and cellular technologies are advancing, and healthcare networks need to keep up in order to support digital tools and connected medical devices. Applying network upgrades to existing systems to accommodate more data and an increased number of devices requires a well thought-out plan and the support from an organization’s financial stakeholders. Even though it may seem...


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Top 3 Ways to Succeed with Healthcare IoT, Mobile Device Strategies

Healthcare organizations looking to enable more effective workflows and speedier access to data are searching for mobile device strategies that will allow them to harness the power of the Internet of Things (IoT).   Staying flexible...

Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Others Boosting Healthcare IT Role

The announcement made earlier this week by Amazon, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, and Salesforce is the latest in a string of announcements and initiatives bringing tech giants into a more prominent role in health IT. A letter released...

Value-Based Care Drives Demand for Health IT Consulting

The need for efficient technology that cuts costs has significantly boosted the health IT consulting market. Efficient health IT infrastructure tools are need as organizations continue to rely on technology for value-based...

Rural Healthcare Network Connections Require IT Infrastructure Support

Telehealth programs rely on strong IT infrastructure connectivity to support rural healthcare programs. Rural healthcare network connections begin at the provider organization, and the network is built from within to support remote...

Health IT Outsourcing Grows for Hardware, Software, and Staff

Healthcare organizations going through digital transformations are often challenged when deciding how to handle IT staff. More organizations are considering health IT outsourcing for staff, hardware, and software during this rapid growth...

ONC’s 2nd Interoperability Forum Focuses on FHIR API, Faxes

ONC’s 2nd Interoperability Forum, held this week in Washington, DC, focused on the future of the FHIR API in the healthcare space and the continued use of faxes to exchange health records. The Fast Healthcare Interoperability...

ClearDATA Expands HITRUST Coverage for Google, Amazon, Microsoft

ClearDATA announced its HITRUST Common Security Framework (CFS) Version 9.1 for its mulitcloud solutions including Amazon (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. The expanded CSF 9.1 covers 36 privacy and security regulations...

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