Healthcare Technology E-Books, Case Studies

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Big Data and Analytics

Supplement

In recent years, healthcare organizations have moved en masse to electronic health records, thereby bringing all sorts of data into their organizations. In addition, patient information now is being collected from a variety of other medical technologies, including wearable devices. Read on to learn about the impact it’s having on healthcare.…

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Security: Protecting Patient Privacy

Supplement

The recent Anthem Health data breach provided a jarring alarm-clock like jolt to the healthcare industry. The breach called attention to just how vulnerable healthcare information truly is. Learn what healthcare companies are doing to prevent such breaches and how they are protecting themselves.

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Envisioning a Future with New, Innovative Technologies

Digital Edition

There is no rest for the wicked or for the virtuous, as the healthcare industry – a sector known for doing good – is starting to discover. With electronic health records now widely adopted, the industry is not only looking for ways to optimize this technology, it is also – without even taking as much as a cat nap – getting ready to welcome and adopt the “next big thing.” Read on to find out what’s coming next.

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Population Health Poised to Take on Leading Role

Digital Edition

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As the ever-present goal of improved clinical care and reduced costs continues to loom, the healthcare industry has focused in on population health -- an approach that specifically aims to improve the health of entire human populations. A report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2013 provides some good news and bad news regarding the success of such population health efforts.  According to the study, overall population health in the United States has been improving – yet improvements have not kept pace with population health advances in other wealthy countries and illness and chronic disability now account for nearly half of the health burden in the U.S.  To improve population health efforts, healthcare organizations are beginning to turn to a variety of information technology applications.  This supplement looks at the challenges and opportunities facing healthcare organizations that are seeking to leverage information technology to better their population health efforts. Read on to find out more. 

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