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As part of our on going series on InterviewsNOW, I spoke to Steve Matheson, VP Product and Sales at Bridgehead Software. The episode is now on-demand. Check it out and take a listen.
By Stephen Matheson – From WannaCry to the Equifax breach, cyberattacks dominated headlines in 2017. As cybercriminals look for new ways to breach data networks, hospital IT departments will continue to be the last line of defense in the ongoing cyberwar for highly-valued patient data.
By Jamie Clifton – It’s hard to imagine what patient data will look like in ten years, seven years or even five years from now. We know there will be a lot more of it and its value in the delivery of care will only continue to grow.
Your personal health information is moving and being viewed to improve the quality of your healthcare and lower the costs. The job will not be complete until all health records are digital and interoperable. Here’s what’s happening to make that reality.
Read industry business news recently reported. Among the news is ZirMed’s User Group Conference, BridgeHead’s newest system integration, CareCloud’s award winning platform, Grand View Research’s connected health and wellness devices report, and the Forum on Health Care Innovation’s Health Acceleration Challenge.
BridgeHead Software Ltd (@BridgeHeadHDM) and AbedGraham Healthcare Strategies Ltd, a healthcare IT strategy, operations and risk consultant, announced a strategic partnership. The two companies will…
By Tony Cotterill – We love our acronyms in healthcare, don’t we? Even departments within the hospital often have their own names. Consider the differences between acronyms used in the billing department and those used by clinicians. But even clinicians in different specialties may not “speak” the same acronym language.
If your healthcare organization is like most, you have a lot of them. You may not use them, or even access them much, but you probably still spend a lot of time and money on them. Take the Bridgehead Software survey and you will be entered in a drawing for the Moto 360 smart watch.