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3 HIT Infrastructure Tips for Success in Healthcare VDI Resurgence

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I get the chance to work with healthcare organizations around the entire country. This includes major hospital chains, smaller clinics, and specialized healthcare like orthopedics. Over the course of the last five years or so, the use of virtualization...

How Healthcare Low Code App Development Increases Flexibility

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Healthcare entities are looking to become more agile and developing applications is part of that process. Healthcare low code app development platforms are used by developers to build applications without coding. Low code is a specific space...

Healthcare Enterprise Mobility Management Fuels Mobile Success

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Mobility solutions are gaining popularity as healthcare organizations seek ways to encompass more tools into their health IT infrastructure for increased flexibility and efficiency. Healthcare enterprise mobility management is one key way for...

Edge, Fog Computing Contribute to IoT, Data Analytics

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The integration of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and analytics solutions put a lot of strain on siloed health IT infrastructure as more computing power is needed. As a result, edge computing and fog computing are becoming ways for entities...

Healthcare Blockchain Puts Patients in Control of EHRs

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Organizations are exploring the possibilities of healthcare blockchain to more securely exchange data and help solve interoperability issues among disparate EHR systems. More vendors are developing solutions for blockchain in healthcare as more...

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Expanding in Health IT

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Pivot 3 and Arrow Electronics announced their collaboration to make hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) more available to US healthcare customers. HCI is growing quickly across all major verticals as a way for organizations to deploy more robust...

Healthcare Wireless Network Applications Provide Flexibility

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Healthcare wireless networks are adapting to provide more intelligent technology. Because of this, organizations need to seek out vendors that can provide intelligent access layers to support future network automation, according to Gartner’s...

Health IT Infrastructure Improves with AMA Collaboration Platform

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The American Medical Association (AMA) launched a new online platform to encourage collaboration between physicians and health tech companies and to further health IT infrastructure digital transformation. The Physician Innovation Network aims...

Cray Supercomputers, Microsoft Azure Aid Healthcare Analytics

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Microsoft and Cray announced that Cray supercomputing systems will now be supported in Microsoft Azure datacenters. Users can now run heavy workloads such as advanced healthcare analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) in their Microsoft Azure...

Open Source Helps Healthcare Orgs Adapt to IT Advancements

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Open source software is gaining popularity in healthcare as organizations use it to quickly adopt new technology that further advances IT solutions. This continued adoption encourages vendors to offer open source software to help meet the IT...

Healthcare Informatics Platforms Make Patient Data Retrievable

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Recordation announced the release of its new healthcare informatics platform that will digitally assist clinicians documenting patient information. It will aid clinicians as they collect and analyze that information for anesthesia patients. The...

Healthcare Object Storage Supports Growing Unstructured Data

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Entities are looking into object storage as a way to store massive amounts of data on-premises, according to Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant report. For healthcare specifically, organizations are seeking healthcare object storage to help...

Focusing on Healthcare Open Source Security Awareness

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Healthcare open source software is a way for organizations to stay flexible and involved with the development of future solutions. However, organizations need to be aware of potential healthcare open source security concerns. Flexera released...

Healthcare IoT Infrastructure Relies on Device-to-Cloud Security

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Samsung announced its ARTIK secure “s” systems-on-modules and services for the ARTIK IoT Platform to strengthen device-to-cloud security for organizations building their healthcare IoT infrastructure. The tool increases edge security...

Organizations Choose EDIS Integration Over Usability

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KLAS released its latest report evaluating emergency department information systems (EDIS) integration and usability and rating the top vendors against each other. KLAS focused on the importance of efficiency and how emergency clinicians are...

New Hyperledger Project Fuels Healthcare Blockchain Development

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Hyperledger announced its latest project, Hyperledger Quilt, offering another potential framework for organizations to develop their healthcare blockchain solution. Quilt is an implementation of the Interledger protocol (ILP), which makes transactions...

WPA2 Vulnerability Threatens Healthcare Network Security

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CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) released an announcement warning organizations about a wide-spread WPA2 protocol vulnerability. This vulnerability can access devices and WiFi access points (APs) to steal data or infect a protected network,...

How Visibility Provides Stronger Healthcare Cloud Security

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TrapX Security announced integrated cloud data support for its DeceptionGrid solution for Amazon AWS EC2 and KVM Open stack. The integration is a response to the cloud security challenges presented by public and private cloud across all industries,...

AMA Collaboration to Develop a Standard Data Framework

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The American Medical Association announced the creation of the Integrated Health Model Initiative (IHMI) platform, bringing healthcare providers and technology vendors together to establish a standard data framework. The platform aims to improve...

Organizations Prepare Their Health IT Infrastructure for 5G

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Organizations are preparing their health IT infrastructures for 5G, according to a recent Ericsson survey. The report surveyed IT decision-makers across all major verticals, including healthcare, and found that 78 percent of respondents have...

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