Clinical Data

Most Hospitals Employ Some Type of Clinical Surveillance Product

February 6, 2019 - Most hospitals are using a clinical surveillance solution, whether from a third-party, built in-house, or as part of their EHR, according to a recent survey of 100 hospital executives by Sage Growth Partners on behalf of clinical surveillance provider VigiLanz. Clinical surveillance solutions enable physicians, nurses, and other care team members to better monitor patients,...

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OBHG Boosts Clinician Engagement with Ob Exchange Platform

by Fred Donovan

Greenville, South Carolina-based OB Hospitalist Group (OBHG) wanted to build a collaborative website that would improve clinician engagement for its 740 clinicians in more than 165 partner hospitals across 32 states. It was looking for a...

Cardiac Clinical Workflow Frustration Grows with Structured Reporting

by Fred Donovan

The amount of data that cardiovascular clinicians deal with as part of their clinical workflow can be overwhelming. One way to get a handle on all that data is through structured reporting. Structured reporting is the capture of...

Healthcare Object Storage Supports Growing Unstructured Data

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

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...

DICOM Web Standard Improves Vendor Neutral Archive Accessibility

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Fujifilm announced the latest update to its vendor neutral archive (VNA) system Synapse to offer support for DICOM webservices, including QIDO-RS and WADO-RS. Synapse 6.4 is designed to manage web-based data access and supports RESTful...

Tape Storage Advancements Aid HIT Infrastructure Data Demands

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations continue to store much of their data on tapes in the face of evolving cloud technology because it is easy to control and secure. Tape storage is also evolving as vendors continue to develop the technology to meet...

Adventist Health Deploys Advanced Clinical Research Platform

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Bio-Optronics and Adventist Health System (AHS) announced the adoption of the Clinical Conductor Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) at two of AHS’s research institutes. The deployment includes a CTMS-EHR integration with Cerner...

Benefits of Object Storage to Health IT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations struggle with clinical data storage as the volume of data produced by connected devices and EHRs continues to grow. Object storage is an option that will allow organizations to retrieve data from the data store...

Oracle, Ivanti Announce New Data Integration Cloud Services

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Oracle announced the expansion of its cloud platform’s integration offering with Oracle Data Integrator Cloud. The new service aims to simplify and accelerate cross-enterprise data integration to support real-time analytics. Oracle...


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