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Monetization, Analytics Support Healthcare Mobile, IoT Devices

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Entities are in the midst of a digital transformation. As more healthcare mobile devices are introduced into IT infrastructure, organizations need to consider how they can collect and analyze data from these devices to improve patient care. Mobilizing...

Healthcare Wireless Mesh Networks Support More IoT Devices

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When more connected devices are added to healthcare wireless networks it becomes more difficult for organizations to control how their network handles increased traffic. Internet of Things (IoT) and other connected devices are constantly communicating...

2018 Likely to Determine Success of Blockchain in Healthcare

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There was significant growth in blockchain in healthcare this year as the healthcare industry continues to seek out ways to end interoperability issues that have plagued the industry for years. Hyperledger released a blog post looking back on...

Health IT Infrastructure Automation Supports Tech Growth

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With 2018 rapidly approaching, organizations are looking to continue their digital transformation by investing in advanced digital tools to increase workflow, improve patient care, and reduce IT costs. These complex digital tools may call for...

FCC Collaboration Increases Broadband Access in Rural Areas

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The FCC Connect2Health Task Force (C2HFCC) announced its collaboration with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) on how to increase broadband access and adoption in rural areas. The two organizations signed a memorandum of understanding that will...

How the Internet of Things Impacts Health IT Infrastructure

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The healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding as organizations seek digital tools to help automate data collection. Adding more devices to the network impacts health IT infrastructure. The devices need to be connected to the network, secured,...

AWS Expands Healthcare Internet of Things Capabilities

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) made several announcements at AWS re:Invent concerning the healthcare Internet of Things (IoT), data management, and cloud computing. The rapid growth of healthcare IoT devices calls for tools that will allow IT staff...

Healthcare Mobility Success Depends on Strong Network Connections

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Healthcare organizations are continuing to implement mobile solutions using WiFi and cellular signals to connect with the network. Entities looking to expand their healthcare mobility capabilities may be unaware of the challenges associated with...

How to Begin Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Deployment

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Healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more prominent as more organizations look to big data analytics to improve healthcare. Machine learning and deep learning solutions continue to grow as entities seek IT infrastructure tools...

What Are the Top 5 Healthcare Wireless Networking Solutions?

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Organizations are faced with many options when it comes to choosing a vendor to work with to improve the entity’s healthcare wireless networking infrastructure. Not all vendors offer a complete wireless solution or offer the same management...

Healthcare Wireless Network Upgrades Critical for Future Success

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The digitization of IT infrastructure prompts organizations to upgrade their healthcare wireless network to support current and future technology that will help increase workflow and improve patient care. Last month Lorien Health Services...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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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