By Greg Kefer – Technology innovation is moving at an exponential pace. Think about what has happened in just the past 50 years. If you’re old enough, maybe you remember the Apollo Guidance Computer and how it helped astronauts get to the moon. It was 70 pounds of bleeding edge tech.Read More
By Devin Partida – Data security is one of the most pressing challenges facing the health care industry today. Medical organizations’ vast amounts of sensitive patient data make them prime targets, and many lack the expertise and tools necessary to protect themselves.
Wednesday, October 27, 2021, Tribeca Rooftop, New York NY Hashtag: #MARPAISMARTHEALTHSUMMIT From AR to VR, emerging technologies are transforming every aspect of the healthcare industry…
By Matt Fisher – Mobile applications in the health and wellness field represent an ever growing segment of the mobile application market. Interest in such apps is high as individuals seek to improve their own health and the availability of consumer wearable devices also becomes more common.
This event brought two long time industry leaders to the table to explore how mobile technology can play a crucial role in encouraging patients to return to their providers to reduce cancellation rates and in return, keep critical revenue flowing. Watch the presentation.
When: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 Time: 2:00 pm ET Learn More or Register Here No healthcare organization or health system has been immune to the…
By Luke Smith – As the world continues to evolve, so does the technology that makes our lives easier and more efficient. This is certainly the case in the medical field as companies continue to make new apps that not only help us stay on top of our health but also help us better communicate with medical professionals when we need them the most.
By Bruce Kennedy – Elective surgeries comprise 60% of hospital revenues, so that’s why hospitals and ASCs are looking to restart elective services—stat. A rebound in COVID-19 cases as cities, regions and states open back up remains a possibility, which is why hospitals and ASCs should proceed slowly.
By Sita Kapoor – In my last blog, I talked about the communication gaps between primary care providers and specialists when it comes to referrals, the need for healthcare IT vendors to close this referral loop, and HealthEC’s success in already doing so.