5 Ways Hospitals are Preparing for the Coronavirus Second Wave

In the wave of the coronavirus, the country at large has made astounding efforts to social distance and operate businesses remotely. Healthcare providers have also made impressive and rapid transformations in the way they deliver care in order to address the highly infectious nature of the disease.…


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IT Programs That Can Improve Healthcare Cost Reduction Strategies

Healthcare providers have no shortage of reasons as to why they’d want to lower the amount it costs their facility to administer treatment. Not only does doing so save them money, it also allows for those savings to be passed on to the patient, saving them money in the process as well. It’s a…


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Understanding Hospital Readmission Rates and the Need to Lower Them

Healthcare providers are in a constant state of improving their care capabilities in order to better treat those that seek their care. And contrary to popular beliefs, this transcends care that’s only administered while a patient is residing within a facility. Acute care and emergency treatment…


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Medical Computer Use Cases During the Coronavirus Outbreak

As we continue to deal with the spread of coronavirus by staying indoors and as healthcare providers continue to treat and test on the front lines, we’ve all learned quite a bit about the effectiveness of many popular healthcare initiatives. Programs like telehealth, clinical collaboration,…


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Preparing for Healthcare Consumerism with Healthcare Price Transparency

Patient empowerment through education and engagement programs have been rising in popularity within the healthcare space as it embraces value-based care. Because of this push, we’ve seen an increase in medical devices such as vital tracking wearables and medical tablet pcs loaded up with patient…


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Triage Practices and How They’re Evolving

Healthcare, like most other industries, is in a constant state of improving operations through the use of new technology. This technology can span from medical computers and EHR records that compile patient notes to automated chatbots that speak to patients when doctors can’t and so much more.  And…


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What is Continuum of Care and How Do You Get Started?

If there’s one thing we’ve learned in times such as these where our healthcare systems are overwhelmed, it’s that consistent, carefully monitored care is essential for treating many of the ailments, both physical and mental, that affect those who seek healing. And as hospitals have continued to…


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Medical Computer Carts: The Most Essential Piece of Telehealth Technology

Telehealth technology has been an exciting avenue of investment for many healthcare providers the world over. The benefits have been highlighted again and again, but recent concerns regarding the coronavirus have brought telehealth technology, such as chat app compatible medical tablets, back into…


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Healthcare Chatbot Use Cases Blend Tech with Patient Empathy

Despite the sheer abundance of technology used in care facilities such as medical computers, AI, surgical robots, and more, healthcare is a very personal, social discipline. After all, doctors and nurses are often working with patients at their lowest and in the most need of a human touch. Many of…


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5G Healthcare Use Cases and How to Prepare for Them

5G has been the talk of the town for years and not just in healthcare. Industry, retail, tech, every industry under the sun seems to be singing 5G’s praises despite most of these discussions focusing mostly on hypothetical benefits. This is because 5G hasn’t been around for very long and has hardly…


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