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Hippocratic Oath, IT Edition

IT as Part of the Care Team It's a provocative question: should programmers take the Hippocratic Oath? That's not likely to happen, but this author points to some significant areas of emerging, and p

  • June 24, 2016|
  • 10 months ago

Improving OR Operations

Predicting the Future in the OR OR scheduling is complex--and costly. Some hospitals are making use of predictive analytics to get a better handle on demand and capacity. How might you adopt these pr

  • June 24, 2016|
  • 10 months ago

What Is a CNIO?

What Got You Here, May Not Get You There The importance of IT in healthcare is growing exponentially, with new C-level roles emerging to ensure the appropriate focus on the many areas that IT has exp

  • June 17, 2016|
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IT Lessons From Epic

Vendors Are Part of the Team Tech talent can be hard to find, especially in health-related fields where industry knowledge is critical. EHR implementations, in particular, require specialized knowled

  • June 16, 2016|
  • 10 months ago

Bolstering IT’s Skillset

Make Way for MOOCs for IT Training Healthcare organizations are struggling to attract, retain—and train—IT talent to ensure that they are staying up-to-date on ongoing technological advances and

  • February 09, 2016|
  • 1 year ago

Health IT Leaders: Moving Forward Together

Safety in Numbers: Healthcare IT Leaders Face Similar Challenges What do some key IT healthcare leaders have to say about what lies ahead in 2016 for their peers? Healthcare IT News polled staff from

  • January 29, 2016|
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Diving Into the Shallow Talent Pool Issue

Are You At Risk Of Losing Key Tech Talent? The IT talent crisis is likely to continue into 2016 and employers are becoming more innovative in response to a declining talent pool. Some are accepting a

  • January 15, 2016|
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The Status of IT Jobs

Developing an Internal Pipeline of Top Tech Talent BLS data suggesting a slowdown in the rate of IT job increases may be surprising, but the report's authors suggest the lag is due to more caution am

  • December 08, 2015|
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