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The business case for health insurers to embrace public cloud

Cloud-based technology has several business uses cases for health insurers, ranging from helping process, store and analyze sharply increasing volumes of data. A survey from IT research firm IDC in 2018 found more than half (52 percent) of payers ar...

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CES chief Gary Shapiro: 'There's not enough experimentation in healthcare'

Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Computer Technology Association, speaking at HIMSS19.  As president and CEO of the Computer Technology Association, Gary Shapiro has witnessed three decades of technological developments. CTA after all, runs the Comp...

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Health 2.0: Integrating solutions for healthcare transformation

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Clinical IT leaders create national network in New Zealand

A group of Kiwi clinicians with a passion for technology driving changes in healthcare has created a Clinical Informatics Leadership Network. The new network is being supported logistically and financially by Health Informatics New Zealand and held i...

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Intermountain at Home looks to push the boundaries of tech-enabled virtual care

Photo by Getty Intermountain Healthcare will expand its longtime Homecare & Hospice program into a new technology-supported initiative called Intermountain at Home, the health system announced last week. Intermountain at Home will use telemed...

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For infection control, hospitals rank specialty vendors higher than EHR giants, says KLAS

Hospitals and health systems seeking better technologies for infection control often prefer to take a best-of-breed approach, rather than relying on tools from electronic health record vendors such as Epic and Cerner, a new KLAS report shows. "Provid...

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Personal information of 800,000 blood donors left exposed online by vendor, says HSA

Above photo: The registration counter of the Bloodbank@HSA located in Outram, Singapore. Credit: HSA The Health Sciences Authority (HSA), a statutory board under the Ministry of Health (MOH) in Singapore, said in a statement on March 15 that...

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MIPS reporting system gets Grandview Radiology to near-perfect score

The MIPS reporting system used by Grandview Radiology Associates. As a smaller practice, Grandview Radiology Associates in Sellersville, Pennsylvania, often found it challenging to navigate all of the required paperwork and reporting measures man...

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Revolutionizing health informatics education

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Silver Tsunami is coming to healthcare: Time to prepare

The Silver Tsunami is already rolling in and projections from the U.S. Census Bureau point to 2030 as a milestone year in which older people will actually outnumber children for the first time in history. Census Bureau data also estimates that one in...

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What Kaiser looks for in a digital health company

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Indonesia’s MOH launches Sehatpedia health information app

Source: Ministry of Health, Indonesia Last month, Indonesia’s Ministry of Health (MOH) announced the launch of their Sehatpedia app to facilitate the public’s access to health information. The app (currently only available on Android platform...

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