By Sarianne Gruber – I called CJ Wilson to congratulate him on claiming this year’s Best Wearable at the Health Digital Tech Awards. Modestly, he told me it wasn’t him; his team had won. A former investment banker and a venture capitalist for early-stage companies, he is currently the CEO and Founder of MyHealth.Us.Read More
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of January that we think deserve sharing again.
By Sarianne Gruber – Welcome to 2018! This year Predictive Analytics World (PAW) wants to know in the world of analytics and healthcare “Is there an ‘Easy Button’ for Analytics?”
We can’t talk about our RCM Answers site without first thanking our sponsor ZirMed, with world class dynamic end-to-end revenue cycle management solutions that get providers paid. It has been a wild year of “will it stay or will it go” when it came to HHS, ACA, and CMS. Or as The Clash once said, should I stay or should I go?
By Sarianne Gruber – NYeC welcomed guests to its Gala & Awards night at the historic art deco Edison Ballroom in the heart of New York’s theater district. The converted theater heard applause for the 2017 honorees and Dr. David Blumenthal for his contributions to healthcare information technology.
By Sarianne Gruber – The Castleton Group is an organization made up of healthcare and information technology experts, with an overarching goal to deploy solutions that will benefit hospitals and long-term care facilities.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of August that we think deserve sharing again.
By Sarianne Gruber – I reached out to Mr. Rankin from Infor to learn more about the interoperability challenge especially as it takes on HIEs, medical devices, and wearables. Our conversation also covered the dramatic increase in patient-generated data and FHIR’s latest version to hit the market.
By Sarianne Gruber – More and more medical devices are becoming smarter, and close to 15% are already smart and are on the network. The challenge with connected ‘smart’ medical devices is their vulnerability to cybersecurity attacks.