By Scott Corbitt – Part of the thrill of working in health IT comes from bringing something more than just a cool widget to market. As a nurse myself, I want to help fellow clinicians with software that solves problems.
By Nancy Pratt – Science and medicine continue to advance at an astonishing rate thanks to technological innovation. We have already seen digital health solutions that promise to transform patient care in our lifetime.
Companies are seeking talent for the fastest growing industries in tech and healthcare is on the top of the list. Who is looking for what? Here are posted opportunities being reported from Fortinet, West Corporation, Spok, and AirStrip.
By Mobile Health Matters – The healthcare IT industry enters 2018 with a lot of potential, along with the need to overcome structures that have historically stunted progress. What is on our health IT wish list?
By Mobile Health Matters – 2017 was a roller-coaster ride for healthcare, marked by exciting innovation, damaging cyberattacks, periods of lulls and disruptive change.
By Aparna Bala – Most physicians have long enjoyed the benefits of BYOD policies. As health systems focused on ensuring doctors had access to state-of-the-art health IT to monitor their patients when they couldn’t be at the bedside.
Companies are seeking talent for the fastest growing industries in tech and healthcare is on the top of the list. Who is looking for what? Here are posted opportunities being reported from AirStrip, Fortinet, and Linguamatics.
By Angela Pierce – Over the past couple of years, there have been around 200 merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in the healthcare IT space, driven by high enterprise value and the sheer size of the industry. 49 deals came together in the first quarter of this year alone.
By Desiree Crawford – This is a watershed moment in healthcare. New technologies are constantly in development to help treat and prevent previously incurable conditions, and improve current processes.
By Nancy Pratt – Care delivery best practices are constantly changing to optimize efficiency and safety, and look considerably different compared to just a decade ago.
Now that the holidays are behind us and the new year is upon us, we can settle in to what’s in store. Healthcare costs, interoperability, EHRs, and patient engagement are not going anywhere and will continue to be in the spotlight. Here are what some of the the leaders in the industry are expecting this year.
By Nancy Pratt – We are currently at a crossroads in the healthcare industry. Executives are working overtime to try to figure out how to connect and integrate data to best support clinical practice and patient care management. With health systems concerned about balancing both needs, they now need to figure out how to leverage data to get the best value out of their investment.
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