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Technology can do more than improve clinical healthcare. The healthcare administration side of running a hospital or other healthcare provider setting can and must leverage emerging technologies to improve operations. Increasing administrative efficiencies is crucial in delivering quality care to … Continue reading
Most large healthcare systems have a pretty good handle on keeping their IT systems secure. However, smaller healthcare systems lack resources like talent and budget to enforce cybersecurity best practices. These small and mid-sized healthcare organizations tend to see patients who are already … Continue reading
Healthcare organizations can benefit from outsourcing IT services. Healthcare IT consultants bring their specialized background and qualifications to the table to address health industry-specific IT issues. From managing hospital systems to implementing EHR servers and everything in between, healthcare IT … Continue reading
Due to the global coronavirus situation, hospitals and the healthcare IT systems they rely on have been under immense strain. Unfortunately, hackers and cybercriminals have been taking advantage of these circumstances to increase attacks on these healthcare IT systems.
Currently, untapped saving opportunities in the healthcare supply chain cost hospitals and healthcare systems tons of money. This more or less translates to wasted resources that could go back into patient care. The complexities of supply chain management, especially in … Continue reading
An enormous aspect of the patient care experience is the administrative efficiency impacting the healthcare players. These players or stakeholders include the clinicians or physicians, the hospital providers, insurance companies, and the patients themselves. We know providing healthcare isn’t as … Continue reading