Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring and appointments include eHealth Technologies, CathWorks, Availity, Equality Health, Central Logic, Caravan Health, Babylon, MobileSmith Health, AMA, CRISP, HRSA, AZ Health Current, HL7 International, CTIS, Inc., Point-of-Care Partners, & DeliverHealth Solutions.Read More
Latest announcements made from companies and organizations on hiring and appointments include The Sequoia Project, Diameter Health, AavantiBio, Medshape Inc., Radiology Partners, Zillion, Everlywell, Eagle Telemedicine, Central Logic, AristaMD, & American Cancer Society.
Sharing lists on facts on the Cures Act, patient engagement strategies, benefits of HIEs, strategies for information blocking plans, simplifying public health data interoperability & more!
Business news from THREAD, eVisit, emids, Cotiviti, Kyruus, MobileSmith Health, Lyniate, Centene Corporation, Zyter Inc., THREAD, PatientBond, Central Logic, HMS Holdings Corp, Experity and more.
Business news from Vocera Communications, Capsule Technoligies, Arcadia.io, Wolters Kluwer Health, Vynca, Redox, Withings, Parexel, HealthMyne Inc., Central Logic, Modernizing Medicine, Carrum Health, Signify Health, Rimidi and more.
What makes marketing in the health IT space unique? Who are the movers and shakers? What’s working, what’s trending? Where can you learn more? For our December Minutes we have asked our health IT Marketing community to give us thoughts on what health IT marketing might look like in 2021.
The pandemic is still impacting healthcare on every front. From projected physician shortages, sustaining patient volumes, hospital financial woes, staff training, to health IT application solutions, these are the continued challenges our providers are facing.
Business news from Intermountain Healthcare, Arcadia, Kyruus, Vocera Communications, Parexel, The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, Massive Bio Inc., Apollo Medical Holdings, 2bPrecise, Life Image, Medicus IT, Central Logic, medaptus, DrFirst, Ontrak and more.
By Julieta Ducasa – Not a lot of positives have come out of the coronavirus pandemic. But telehealth has emerged as a bright spot, both for healthcare organizations and the communities they serve.