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How to Deploy, Manage Healthcare Multicloud Environments

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Healthcare organizations are experiencing a digital transformation and introducing new digital tools into their health IT infrastructure at a rapid pace. In order to manage the tools that are driving digital transformation, organizations...

Overcoming the Top 3 Healthcare Edge Computing Challenges

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I really hope you’re not sick of this word yet, because it’s not going anywhere. Edge computing is certainly here to stay as we see greater distribution of IT systems and more connected devices. At a very high level, edge...

Healthcare Open Source Projects Speed Up Technology Adoption

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Organizations are currently faced with an onslaught of advancing HIT infrastructure technology that needs to be developed to meet each organization’s unique needs. Healthcare open source projects are essential to developing and...

Red Hat, Boston Children’s Collaborate on Open Source Image Sharing

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Red Hat announced its collaboration with Boston Children’s Hospital to provide a distributed user open source image sharing interface so clinicians and radiologists can share images in real-time anywhere around the world. The ChRIS...

How an Aging Population Will Revolutionize IoT and Edge Solutions

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We’ve been hearing a lot about IoT and edge solutions. We’ve even discussed it here, where edge can really help with things like telemedicine and evolving a distributed healthcare ecosystem. That being said, it’s...

Enterprise Resource Planning Aids HIT Infrastructure Tools

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Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a necessary tool for healthcare organizations to better manage business processes by collecting data from business tools and applications. Organizations need to consider how ERP fits into their health...

Healthcare Multicloud Supports Unique Cloud Infrastructure

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Most healthcare organizations have at least one cloud environment supporting one or more of their IT infrastructure tools or storing data. Entities are not restricted to one cloud service model or vendor, which is why healthcare multicloud...

Value-Based Care Dictates HIT Infrastructure Advancement

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Healthcare organizations face many IT infrastructure challenges as they seek out advanced solutions that will accommodate current and future infrastructure needs. Analytics, wearables, and blockchain are several of the tools organizations...

Patient Facing Application Considerations for HIT Infrastructure

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Patients are growing accustomed to using their personal devices to interact with service providers and retailers in their everyday lives. As consumers, patients can easily use their smartphones to make purchases and consult online...

Healthcare Mobile Application Management Offers Security, Mobility

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Healthcare mobile applications are becoming more popular as organizations adopt mobile devices to increase workflow. Entities need to consider healthcare mobile application management (MAM) to help secure and monitor their applications on...

How IoT, Edge Computing Can Impact HIT Infrastructure in 2018

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Many healthcare organizations are going through digital transformations and are interested in what evolving advanced technology is working for other entities. The Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing are just two areas that could...

How Open Source, Crowdsourcing Aids HIT Development

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HIT development is important for health IT infrastructure growth as organizations continue to go through their digital transformations. Entities are interested in the most innovative and advanced technology to assist with increased...

Smart Device Growth Strains Health IT Infrastructure

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The more devices organizations add to their health IT infrastructure, the more entities need the devices to have smart capabilities. Internet of Things (IoT) and other smart devices need some form of automation or cognitive computing, so...

Top 5 Health IT Infrastructure Trends to Watch in 2018

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2018 is poised to be an exciting and innovative year for health IT infrastructure as organizations seek to digitally expand their environments to increase workflows and improve patient care. The major digital themes of 2017 will continue...

Healthcare Blockchain, Cloud, Virtualization Top 2017 Stories

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Health IT Infrastructure went through many transformations in 2017 from healthcare blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT), to artificial intelligence and machine learning. Healthcare organizations are looking to their infrastructure...

Edge Computing Essential for 2018 HIT Infrastructure

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As the year winds down, one common theme has kept me busy in the healthcare world. Specifically, we’ve been working with a number of healthcare organizations to help them become more distributed with their IT capabilities. The goal...

Improving Cloud Health IT Infrastructure for Smart Hospitals

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Many organizations are enhancing their health IT infrastructure with the intention of becoming smart hospitals by embracing digital transformation. Smart hospitals rely on interconnected advanced technology and automation to improve...

Healthcare Mobile App Usability Demands Efficient Development

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Healthcare mobile apps are becoming more popular as users adjust to the flexibility and easy access mobile tools offer. Mobility can improve workflow and allow clinicians to spend more time engaging patients. Purchasing and producing...

Orgs Control the Cloud with Healthcare Infrastructure-as-a-Service

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Healthcare Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is becoming more popular as organizations see the value in hosting and managing their own IT infrastructure tools and systems. IaaS includes hardware and software components, giving...

Google Now Supports Medical Imaging in the Healthcare Cloud

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Medical imaging is one of the fastest growing data sources in healthcare. Organizations are looking to the healthcare cloud to give medical image storage environments flexibility as more images need to be stored and analyzed. Google...

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