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Data from physical and virtual sensors can be collected and analyzed via models-based testing to generate meaningful insights that can improve operations and care.

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How algorithmic business can advance providers’ analytics efforts

Data from physical and virtual sensors can be collected and analyzed via models-based testing to generate meaningful insights that can improve operations and care.

How the Cures law will force interoperability to move forward

While improving the exchange of information has been given lip service in the past few months, federal agencies now have leverage to achieve compliance.

How MultiCare used telehealth program to improve post-acute care

Efforts to improve care for patients at home are enabled by technology that easily connects patients to front-line caregivers.
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    Renu Rajani
    Renu Rajani
    Vice president Capgemini
    Data from physical and virtual sensors can be collected and analyzed via models-based testing to generate meaningful insights that can improve operations and care.
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    Partnership is the latest in a series of provider-vendor relationships in HIT.
  • Conference Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT

    May 17, 2017, Boston, MA Leading The Way For Women In Healthcare IT. The financial importance of gender diversity in the executive ranks and on corporate boards is becoming more apparent in the public consciousness every year, but the percentage of women who hold leadership positions in healthcare IT remains stubbornly low. Health Data Management’s editorial team has launched three rankings of women in the healthcare and healthcare IT fields, shining the bright light of national recognition on their accomplishments. In coordination with these new rankings, which will recognize C-level executives, HIT leaders, and industry thought leaders, HealthData Management will host the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT. This one-day event will honor the award winners and offer professional development, mentoring and networking time for women in the industry. Join us as we showcase the exceptional achievements of this under-represented group to the entire industry, raising the profile of the selected executives and the importance of diversity.
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    Avoiding the last part of the EHR Incentive Program will save hospitals large sums of money that otherwise would go toward records system upgrades, says AHA’s Richard Pollack.
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  • HIT Think How algorithmic business can advance providers’ analytics efforts

    Data from physical and virtual sensors can be collected and analyzed via models-based testing to generate meaningful insights that can improve operations and care.
  • Northwell Health, Siemens Healthineers join on research

    Partnership is the latest in a series of provider-vendor relationships in HIT.
  • Act would bring professional development to rural providers

    Bill in Congress will promote telemedicine to aide rural docs, says Sen. Orrin Hatch.
  • Conference Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT

    Leading The Way For Women In Healthcare IT. The financial importance of gender diversity in the executive ranks and on corporate boards is becoming more apparent in the public consciousness every year, but the percentage of women who hold leadership positions in healthcare IT remains stubbornly low. Health Data Management’s editorial team has launched three rankings of women in the healthcare and healthcare IT fields, shining the bright light of national recognition on their accomplishments. In coordination with these new rankings, which will recognize C-level executives, HIT leaders, and industry thought leaders, HealthData Management will host the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT. This one-day event will honor the award winners and offer professional development, mentoring and networking time for women in the industry. Join us as we showcase the exceptional achievements of this under-represented group to the entire industry, raising the profile of the selected executives and the importance of diversity.
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