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Imaging Informatics: The Keys to Launching Vendor-Neutral Data

As healthcare organizations see their troves of imaging data grow exponentially, many are concerned about how to leverage that data to their best advantage. The restructuring of processes and image metadata practices are a must as healthcare providers redefine their enterprise imaging informatics strategy—however, understanding the importance of having access to vendor-neutral data is the key to getting the most out of imaging data sets. Mark Watts, Associate Vice President of Enterprise Imaging at Novarad and a top 25 innovator in health imaging and IT, talks with Healthcare Informatics about the power of imaging informatics, the challenge of having truly vendor-neutral data, and why the right IT partnerships are crucial to thriving in a value-based care world.

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What’s Preventing the Telehealth Market from Booming? One Lawyer Weighs In (Part 2)

June 21, 2016  |  Rajiv Leventhal
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In Part two of an interview with Healthcare Informatics, Nathaniel Lacktman, head of law firm Foley & Lardner’s telemedicine and virtual care practice, continues to talk about the challenges that the telemedicine sector faces, providers’ thoughts on...

URMC Telemedicine Program Aims to Extend Parkinson’s Care Across NYS

June 16, 2016  |  Rajiv Leventhal
news
A new program launched by neurologists at University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) will aim to expand access to care across New York State.

Report: U.S. Still in Early Stages of Leveraging Connected Care to Promote Healthcare Integration

June 10, 2016  |  Heather Landi
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A new report indicates that the U.S. healthcare system does well when it comes to patient access to healthcare and connected care technology adoption, yet lags with regard to healthcare integration.

Lessons Learned from the Mississippi Delta, Tackling Chronic Disease Through Remote Monitoring Technology

June 6, 2016  |  Heather Landi
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Following a successful remote patient monitoring pilot project for diabetes patients in rural Mississippi, the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) is now focused on improving care management for chronically ill patients across the Southeast.

Digital Health: Design for Patients, Not the Problem

June 3, 2016  |  Jamie Nicholson, Senior Design Strategist at Smart Design
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The good news: technology has enabled a burgeoning universe of digital solves to help patients manage their health. The bad news: the digital health universe is staggeringly fragmented and for the chronic disease sufferer, exceptionally overwhelming.

Study: Hospitals Making Significant Investments in Smartphone-Based Communications

May 20, 2016  |  Heather Landi
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Sixty-three percent of hospitals and health systems have deployed or plan to deploy a mobile communications platform supporting more than 500 smartphones in the next year, according to a new survey from Spyglass Consulting Group.

System Design Can Improve Radiologist-Physician Communication Productivity

May 20, 2016  |  Joe Marion
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Clinician and patient collaboration, aided by technology are vital to productivity improvement and can benefit clinical decision support and results communication

MUSC Health Invests $36M in Patient Monitoring Technology Partnership

May 20, 2016  |  Heather Landi
news
Charleston-based Medical University of South Carolina Health (MUSC Health) announced an 8-year, $36 million strategic partnership with Philips to implement integrated patient monitoring technologies.

Up and Comers 2016: Ingenious Med: Mobile Data Solutions at the Point of Care

May 17, 2016  |  David Raths
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Not every company highlighted in Healthcare Informatics’ Up & Comers is a recent startup. A case in point is Ingenious Med, which Steve Liu founded way back in 1999.

ONC Task Force: No ‘Show-Stopping’ Barriers to API Requirements

May 15, 2016  |  David Raths
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A task force of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) has prepared a series of recommendations to address privacy and security concerns around application programming interfaces.

Awareness and Training: First Steps to Protecting Visual Privacy

May 13, 2016  |  Kate Borten, founder of The Marblehead Group consultancy
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While technical controls are indeed essential for protecting your organization’s most sensitive data, they by no means should be your only approach to ensuring data privacy. This is especially true when it comes to “visual” privacy.

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