By Brett Furst – Once a victim of Gartner’s infamous “hype cycle,” blockchain technology has begun to demonstrate its value in healthcare as a handful of important use cases have become apparent in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
By Dr. Jonathan Yoder – We all know – many of us too well – that healthcare is notoriously slow to change. While some areas move faster than others when it comes to innovation, there are those that have remained quite stagnant, like primary care.
By Leani Drapiza – The future of healthcare is already here, and it starts with a digital front door. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, patients wanted from their healthcare providers the same digital experience Amazon provides for shopping and Netflix provides for entertainment.
By Devin Partida – Robotic machines are becoming more common in numerous industries. Here are four thought-provoking ways that robotics in pharmaceuticals could improve that segment of the medical sector:
By Bradley Carlson – Efficient, “all-in-one” tools enhance caregivers ability to keep the focus on patients. Workstations on wheels—WOWs—are the equivalent of the nurse’s office. This equipment is integral to rounding, charting, and administering care and must help not hinder workflow.
By Terri Johnson – EHR implementations have gone virtual in response to COVID. And so has training related to activations, upgrades, optimization projects, and onboarding of new clinics or staff. Healthcare organizations have traditionally trained in-person with dozens of software experts for larger efforts such as a go-live.
By Matt Dickson – As innovative disrupters enter the healthcare market, today’s average consumer has many options for where and how to obtain healthcare services.
By Peter Durlach – As technology has advanced significantly since the first ‘personal computing’ device was introduced nearly half a century ago, so too, have our expectations. It’s no longer enough that our machines can calculate and store—now we expect them to listen, learn, and act.
By Molly Ekstrand – This is what we know: Health IT is essential to comprehensive medication management. And you don’t have to be a multi-billion-dollar health system to make it work.