Lead for Today and Tomorrow
As health IT teams continue to work remotely, the organization’s annual gathering also will move online — and expand its target audience.
Don’t Fall for Phishing’s Lure
Innocuous-sounding messages from cybercriminals can pose a major security threat. Learn to spot (and avoid) trouble.
Designed to detect elevated body temperature, the technology can help facilities know if an incoming visitor may have COVID-19.
Designed to meet the needs of clinicians, the laptop boasts user-targeted security, sanitation and videoconferencing features.
The Chatbot Is In
Automated digital platforms guide some patients on their care journeys, but they don’t replace the human quotient.
The Doctor Will See You Now
High-quality visuals and easy setup enhance virtual care delivery for providers and patients.
All Is Not Lost
The model, also known as DRaaS, is a simple way to ensure business goes on during unexpected events. Here’s what to ask potential providers.
Make Nurses Your Partners in Health IT
By opening the door to share experiences, expectations and needs, the caretakers can be a benefit to tech teams.
A Welcome Sight
Tablets and smart-home tools keep older adults engaged and connected with the outside world — and each other.
At Your Service
The digital workflow platform automates critical processes to improve patient care and workplace satisfaction.
Pivots and Progress
Organizations offer reflections on their reactionary efforts and forward-looking projects as the pandemic continues.
Virtual reality solutions give medical schools and healthcare organizations a new way to teach clinicians, patients and the public.
When bedside and remote teams collaborate through tele-ICUs, the partnership elevates care and outcomes.
Nurses Know Best
The disconnect is the No. 1 roadblock for success, a HIMSS survey says. Building a strong partnership benefits everyone in the long run.
For Greater Mobility, Lighten Your Load
Outsourcing mobile device deployments and management duties can save time, money and energy better spent on patient care.