Healthcare Single Sign On Solutions and Why They’re Necessary

We’ve learned time and time again that tailored solutions are the best ways to handle pain points in the healthcare industry. When the HHS called for a reduction in hospital acquired infections, we saw the implementation of antimicrobial medical computers. When concerns of patient data security…


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What Tech is Needed for Effective Clinical Collaboration Systems?

Doctors, nurses, and health professionals are like monoliths of information and experience when it comes to how the human body functions and heals. As impressive as these meticulously trained healers can be and despite technological advances in EHRs and medical computers, they’re still only human.…


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What is Population Health Management and How Do You Get Started?

Information is the most powerful resource we have when it comes to treating patients. And this quest for more immediately applicable health data has transformed the way we advance healthcare as a whole. Instead of solely focusing on hardware based advancement in things like medical grade computers…


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How Medical Device Manufacturers are Preparing for the Spike in At Home Care

As medical device manufacturers, keeping an ear on the pulse of the healthcare space is how you ensure you’re delivering the solutions providers need to embrace new and exciting advancements in the field. That’s how device manufacturers have delivered on antimicrobial medical computers and tablets…


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Understanding Healthcare AI’s Crucial Flaw and its Upcoming Solution

Artificial intelligence has been mystified to the point of near satire with films such as iRobot, Her, and more. And while we can never be too sure of what the future holds, knowing the current advancements and limitations of AI, specifically in the case of healthcare and medical grade computers,…


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Solving the Self-Diagnosis Problem

Doctors everywhere have the same story: a patient comes in with a full rundown of just exactly what their medical issue is before the doctor has even had a chance to speak, much less check the patient or run tests.  Self-diagnosis is often a burden on patients and practitioners, often causing more…


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Is Your Hospital Ready for Hurricanes and Other Disasters?

Hurricanes are in the news right now and are a real danger for millions of people on the east coast of the United States.  However, disaster can strike tragically at any time, from multiple different vectors: earthquake, flooding, storms, tornadoes, and snow. Unfortunately, recent data shows that…


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The Benefits and Dangers of Digital Collaboration in Healthcare

One of the greatest barriers for healthcare success, from patient relationships to lab testing to second opinions, is simple geography. When you’re a patient, you’re limited to the doctors and facilities near you. For doctors, the distance of a lab, specialist, or pathologist limits both the speed…


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How Can New Technology Fulfill the Promise of Precision Medicine?

The future of medicine isn’t a matter of mass-market solutions, of one-size-fits-all medical treatment.  As it stands now, we must content ourselves with vaccines and surgeries and medicine that do the most good for the most amount of people: there are always going to be outliers, and cost and…


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Top 4 Reasons HIT Projects Fail to Meet ROI

Healthcare IT projects are expensive, expansive, and rife with potential complications, which is why there’s very little room for error. Keeping an eye on the project’s ROI (return on investment) becomes paramount: is all of the money being spent on computers and technical equipment going right…


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