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Getting Digital Health For All

If You Build It, They May Not Come There may be a lot of talk about health apps like Fitbit in the circles you travel, but chances are your circles don't fully represent the masses—adoption of such

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Opportunities To Improve EHRs

What’s in Your QRDA Files? GIGO is an age-old acronym in the computer world, but its impacts are evergreen. With health organizations increasingly relying on data to support patient care and spur b

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Frontiers Of 3D Printing

Practical Uses for 3D Printing There have been stories in the media about the use of 3D printing to make human body parts or organs, but there are other very practical ways that 3D printing is being

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Building Alliances for Better Response

Building Alliances for Better Response Rising costs of medical devices and pharmaceuticals, consolidation of the insurance industry, a move from fee-for-service to value-based purchasing and the rapi

  • July 27, 2016|
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MACRA May Oust Smaller Practices

Is It Time to Assimilate? Small physician practices are moving to minimize their participation in Medicare, faced with looming administrative burdens that they simply don’t believe they can respond

  • July 27, 2016|
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IT Pros Can Learn From FBI

Examining the Topology of Your IT Systems Security breaches are top-of-mind for all health organizations, and their IT leaders, these days with new incidents seemingly making the news on a daily basi

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More Trust For Almighty Cloud

More Movement to the Cloud While security and “orchestration” remain obstacles, health organizations are becoming increasingly confident in the cloud, a recent study reports. According to the stu

  • July 26, 2016|
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Mixed Reviews, Mixed Quality

Not All Health Apps Are Created Equal The growing number, and wide range, of medical devices and apps is creating an environment that is murky when it comes to discussions about the quality of these

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More Credibility Google Symptom Search

Google’s Symptom Search to Provide More Reliable Health Query Results A lot of consumers turn to Google when they have a health concern. Recognizing the volume of symptom-related searches, Google h

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A Kiosk Trip You Won’t Regret

Health Problems? There’s a Kiosk for That! Telemedicine has been taking place between doctors in different facilities for years. But now that same technology is being used in doctor to patient visi

  • July 22, 2016|
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