“Healthcare software support is on the cusp of change, and as healthcare technologies evolve and improve, they are reshaping the very nature of what client services and tech support are,” said Doug Brown, president of Black Book Research.Read More
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This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include Novant Health, KenSci, Clare Medical, Eko, Mayo Clinic, Well Dot, Inc., Black Book, & BioSymetrics Inc.
Black Book™ surveyed 3,300 healthcare organizations including over 1,600 coding professionals, to determine the top-performing vendors among in-demand computer-assisted coding, clinical documentation improvement software, speech recognition, transcription systems and…
Black Book Survey: Pressures of Value-Based Care Reforms Trigger Sharp Increase in Clinical Outsourcing Partnerships, Black Book Survey Results
Black Book’s European office led this year’s sweeping survey process of 60,000 provider invitations, resulting in 4,056 current EHR user participants around the globe providing insight into 18 specific EHR key performance indicators evidencing progress…
Over seven frenzied years of inpatient EHR system implementations, Black Book crowd-surveyed tens of thousands of tech-weary hospital executives and user-level IT staff that withstood at least one broad EHR system switch to reconsider if providers got what they bargained for.
A year ago, the buzz swirled on how the role of the incumbent executive-in-charge of healthcare IT systems was quickly evolving from a position focused on providing infrastructure, applications and analytics support to the organization, into an overall strategic business leader.
In 2016, healthcare industry management consulting was a $20 billion sector in the US. The marketplace more than doubled exceeding $45 billion in the calendar year 2017 and projections have 2018 topping nearly $53 billion.
Black Book Poll: The effective use of mobile technology in the regulated healthcare industry is improving patient safety and outcomes according to 94 percent of physicians and 90 percent of hospitals leaders surveyed.