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Interviews with Justin Campbell - Justin talks to CIOs Sue Schade, Perry Horner and Susan Carman about workflow, application inventory and strategic planning.
By Susan Biddle - There have been countless ideas about how the cloud could transform the healthcare space and patient care. As healthcare cloud adoption has grown, however, the initial focus has largely been on its ability to store massive amounts of data and expedite the exchange of patient health information.
By Brian Ahier - I have a confession to make - I am a data geek. I love the clear and precise nature of data. Data are foundational to everything. Properly organized data become the building blocks for information, which leads to knowledge and ultimately, wisdom.
By Charles Stellar - Every healthcare encounter is a collaboration: between patient and provider, physician and lab tech, patient and support staff. Each participant in the healthcare spectrum plays a vital role that supports quality outcomes.
By Rebecca Brunelle - Adopting even the best patient portal platform and patient engagement mobile app can be a challenge for many medical practices, both in terms of getting staff on board with the new software and encouraging patients to use it.
By Gurjeet Singh - Analytics were supposed to deliver healthcare from a variety of persistent problems, including inefficiency, unsustainable cost increases, and clinical care variation. Combined with electronic medical records, financial data and clinical data, analytics were supposed to revolutionize healthcare.
The Health Information Exchanges (HIE) in Nebraska, Nevada and Utah have connected to exchange admission, discharge and transfer (ADT) notifications for patients living in one of the states but seeking care in one of the other states.
By Joseph H. Schneider MD, MBA - Sitting on the exam table before a routine procedure, I listened as the nurse reviewed my medical information. She checked my name, address, and birthday. All was well until she said “..and you are allergic to Wellbutrin, Toradol, Darvon and sulfa”.
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