Servers and storage are a primary focus for one hospital’s support upgrades.
Hospitals across the country are upping patient care and provider communication with low-cost, high-payoff devices.
An influx of digital data and a move toward value-based care is revolutionizing care for conditions like cancer and congestive heart failure.
Portals, apps and other interactive tools help healthcare organizations more closely connect with patient populations and better satisfy their needs.
Some diseases take life before it has a chance to begin, but at-risk children are seeing the benefits of improved healthcare analytics agility.
Safety concerns fuel the adoption and creation of technologies like palm-vein biometric scanners.
Doctors are looking to the technology to print prespecified organs for more personalized care.
Scalability needs push IT leaders out of physical spaces and into the cloud.
Provider avatars are one of many tools used by the organization to improve workflow and education.
A long battery life makes the mobile computer ideal for busy healthcare professionals.
Workflow and intent must be top of mind for organizations as they set secure texting deployment strategies.
As the use of apps grows, SSO technology helps streamline workflow and cut costs.
As medical professionals continue to turn to machine-learning technology like IBM Watson to boost diagnosis and treatment, we address myths and truths about introducing AI for healthcare.
Stakeholders will need to come together to improve falling patient engagement.
Through innovation, healthcare organizations are bolstering provider workflow and patient outcomes.
As reimbursement models evolve to reward value over volume, the importance of technology partnerships grows.