After a very quiet 2020 the merry-go-round of mergers in the healthcare industry is starting up again. This time it’s Intermountain Healthcare and Sanford Health that are joining forces to…
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If you’re a subscriber to Future Healthcare Today, or a regular reader you’ll know that we’ve been exploring the idea of the Healthiverse as a way for healthcare providers and…
We’ve been following the insights from several healthcare industry experts on how to build a Healthiverse, that is a interconnected healthcare universe where information silos are broken down and where…
This article is part of a series introducing the concept of the Healthiverse to healthcare providers and explaining why it’s essential to eliminate the silos between care team members. It…
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The COVID-19 pandemic is driving change in the healthcare sector at a fast pace. We read this article about breaking down silos in healthcare on DrFirst’s site and thought that…
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Despite the fact that healthcare providers have been the most essential part of daily life for the past five months of the global pandemic, hospitals and healthcare systems are struggling…
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Infrastructure-as-a-Service is a Critical Investment for Healthcare Agencies to Deliver Telemedicine and Patient Support
Federal agencies responsible for the healthcare, including the Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services must invest in infrastructure-as-a-Service.
State and Local health departments are facing some monumental challenges, including a persistent threat from ransomware.
Like most local government organizations, San Joaquin County in central California found itself awash in data but with no way of making that information actionable. And like most public sector…
ChristianaCare, one of the largest healthcare providers in the mid-Atlantic region has put telemedicine to work to support ambulatory COVID-19 patients.