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Information Systems, Data Management, Oncology
Information Systems, Data Management, Oncology, Radiotherapy
Information Systems, Data Management, Patient Education
Information Systems, Data Management, Patient Entertainment/Wellness
Information Systems, Data Management, Patient Portal
Information Systems, Data Management, Perioperative
Information Systems, Data Management, Physician Practice
Information Systems, Data Management, Radiology
Information Systems, Data Management, Radiology, Mammography
Information Systems, Data Management, Risk Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Staff Education/Credentialing
Information Systems, Data Management, Telephone Triage
Information Systems, Decision Support
Information Systems, Decision Support, Clinical
Information Systems, Decision Support, Financial
Information Systems, Picture Archiving and Communication
Information Systems, Picture Archiving and Communication, Cardiology
Information Systems, Picture Archiving and Communication, Radiology
Information Systems, Picture Archiving/Communication, Endoscopy
Information Systems, Telemedicine
Information Systems, Telemedicine, Pathology
Information Systems, Telemedicine, Radiology
Information Systems, Telemedicine, Videoconferencing
Keypads, Computer/Computerized System, Remote Control
Microscopes, Scanning Laser, Optical, Endoscopy
Milling/Drilling Machines
Milling/Drilling Machines, Dental, Manual
Milling/Drilling Machines, Orthopedic
Milling/Drilling Machines, Orthopedic, Computer-Aided
Modules, Laboratory Automation System, Clinical Chemistry

Case Study:Technology Helps Restore Practice Profitability
As patients adjust to paying copays at every visit, the next challenge will giving patients a clearer picture of their deductible obligations with estimation software. Modernizing access to the practice with online scheduling.This case study explains how a seven-provider primary care practice with deep financial problems worked through their challenges by leveraging technology.
Remote Patient Monitoring Tech Can Treat More than 200 Million People
Remote patient monitoring provides a solution that can reduce costs, improve care delivery, and quality of life for the patient. However, the adoption is still slow and wireless technologies have only begun to penetrate the market. This article discusses the benefits to remote patient monitoring.
Case Study: The American Heart Association
The AHA wanted to eliminate redundant learning programs and reduce costs while increasing standardized, world-class education to 2,700+ employees across the country. This case study explains how they successfully created the American Heart University (AHU) to become the centralized resource for training and development.
12 Questions for Potential Billing Vendors
Choosing the right billing vendor will help ensure a medical practice remains on sound financial footing. Because it is such an important part of the practice's overall operation, the process of selecting a vendor can be stressful. Knowing the right questions to ask can help make the process easier to manage. The following 12 questions will help practices separate the good vendors from the mediocre ones and narrow the field of contenders.
Building Future-ready Healthcare IT Platforms: Get to the Cloud
Join us for an interactive discussion on why cloud computing is a growing force in healthcare, and how to make it part of an overall long-term strategy to transform your IT and clinical environments. Leadership from Intermountain Healthcare and West Park Hospital will explain how they are leveraging the cloud to remain on the cutting-edge of innovation, while relentlessly protecting information security.
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