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Published By: Workday APAC     Published Date: Jul 18, 2019
"Workday has been named the top-ranked ERP system for hospitals and healthcare organizations in the “2019 Best in KLAS: Software and Services” report by KLAS Research. In addition, we’ve been selected as a Category Leader in Talent Management. We’re honored to be recognized for the second year in a row as the leader enabling healthcare providers to improve efficiencies, reduce costs, and deliver quality care. And we wouldn’t be here without our customers. Learn more about how how their feedback contributed to our top rankings."
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Published By: PwC     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Coding errors are common--and costly. There were $2.91B in OIG investigative recoveries for FY18 alone. Hospitals need to catch coding errors prior to billing, or risk heavy fines, legal issues and even a damaged reputation. What if you could catch coding errors prior to billing? PwC SMART increases the efficiency and effectiveness of inpatient and outpatient coding quality evaluation process, and enables a mechanism for quality and compliance review. See how SMART led to $1.8M in net reimbursement impact for a network of independent healthcare providers in New Jersey, and learn more about the inpatient and outpatient solutions.
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Published By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Apr 15, 2019
Healthcare organizations across the care continuum, from hospitals and health systems, to health insurers, to life sciences companies, must digitally transform in order to address legislative and market disruption. Driving digital transformation in healthcare requires connectivity across an ever-increasing number of applications, data and devices. Because of this, connectivity has emerged as a bottleneck that slows the development of new applications and the adoption of new technologies. In response, leading healthcare organizations have adopted API-led connectivity, which eliminates this connectivity bottleneck and enables 2-5X IT project delivery. Download this eBook to learn: How leading healthcare organizations like Sutter Health, Premera Blue Cross and Hologic are leveraging API-led connectivity to accelerate IT project delivery speed How APIs can be used to address the unique business and IT challenges faced by health systems, health insurers and life sciences companies How Mu
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Published By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Apr 15, 2019
The healthcare industry has been affected by disruption and the need for healthcare innovation. Legislative, market, and technology pressures make it imperative for healthcare organizations — including hospitals and health systems, payers, and life sciences companies — to become more agile. IT teams in the industry are considering a microservices-based architecture as a means of accelerating healthcare innovation and increasing project delivery speed. MuleSoft research suggests that application development productivity increases of up to 10x are possible. Healthcare specifically stands to benefit from this architectural paradigm. This whitepaper will address: Why microservices matter for healthcare IT teams and for healthcare innovation Design principles for a microservices architecture How Anypoint Platform can help you implement microservices best practices
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Published By: Intel     Published Date: Apr 11, 2019
Hospitals produce 50 petabytes of data per year.1 A staggering 90 percent of that is medical imaging, and 50 percent of medical imaging data is from X-ray scanners.2 This is a flood of data for radiology departments, resulting in potentially long turn-around-time (TAT)—even when the scan is considered stat. In critical conditions, such as pneumothorax, escalation of interpretation is essential to accelerate treatment.
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Published By: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals     Published Date: Apr 02, 2019
With online purchases projected to account for more than 12% of consumer spending by 2020, e?commerce is no longer a differentiator—it’s a requirement. Download this trend report to see how empowering customers to give back online can set your business apart in an increasingly crowded space.
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Published By: Children's Miracle Network Hospitals     Published Date: Mar 13, 2019
With Children's Miracle Network Hospitals' e-commerce Giving Plugin, it can be. See how easy it is to build affinity with customers and make positive local impact on a national scale—all without making changes to your existing website.
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Published By: Intel     Published Date: Feb 28, 2019
Digital transformation and smart technologies are paving the way towards smarter healthcare. Medwel understands that the goal of smart hospital development stems from the needs of the patient. By tapping on ICT advancements in the healthcare environment, the common goal is to reduce medical errors and achieve a holistic approach centered on the patients’ needs. Read more about the new MEDS-P1001—a 10.1” medical grade touchscreen PC that boosts • Effective computing through low power consumption • Interoperable through dual OS for different applications in hospitals • Health insights based on smart interfaces of vital sign measuring devices • Expandable functions through peripheral devices such as cameras, RFID reader, WIFI, etc. • Refined and reliable design that is slim, lightweight, antibacterial, water and dust-proof
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Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Lenovo - APAC
Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Lenovo - APAC
Published By: Lenovo - APAC     Published Date: Jan 23, 2019
For Japan’s largest medical equipment wholesaler, Mutoh, ensuring its 300,000 products reach hospitals, clinics and health-centres on time is an imperative. Someone’s life depends on it. Without IT that wouldn’t be possible. But Mutoh’s IT infrastructure was unable to keep pace with the demands of the business. Every time an order came in, Mutoh had to pull data from different systems across multiple servers which was time-consuming. It needed an IT infrastructure that was fast, high-performing, reliable, stable, and flexible. Mutoh turned to Lenovo’s hyperconverged infrastructure that helped the company achieve: • The ability to seamlessly extract data from different systems across multiple physical servers helped Mutoh respond to customer orders as quickly as possible, thereby saving lives • A modular hyperconverged solution allowed Mutoh to invest on a need basis, improving ROI and addressing spikes in customer demand
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Published By: Great Bay Software     Published Date: Jan 09, 2019
"Only 51% of device makers follow guidance from the FDA to mitigate or reduce inherent security risks. See how hospitals can harness the benefits of connected medical devices to achieve operational efficiencies, provide better patient care and reduce the overall risk to patient safety. Watch this on-demand webinar to discover: • Emerging issues and trends that are risky to healthcare IT systems and can directly affect patient safety, violate their trust and impact revenue • Best practices for shoring up network security blind spots with real-time asset inventory, network authentication and automated enforcement controls • Why real-time endpoint visibility is the key to achieving an effective and proactive cybersecurity strategy"
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Published By: Intel     Published Date: Dec 13, 2018
Advanced image analysis and computer vision are key components of today’s AI revolution and is becoming critical for a wide range of industry applications, including healthcare, where this technology is being used to detect anomalies and improve patient care. Due to a lack of integrated tools and experience with these cutting-edge technologies, however, deploying complete systems is difficult. Applications that utilize deep learning approaches often require large amounts of highly parallel compute power, storage, and networking capabilities, along with performance optimizations for faster data analysis. The Intel and QNAP/IEI solution combines all these elements in one complete system for scalable data management for hospitals and clinics of all sizes. Read more on Intel’s and QNAP/IEI’s real-world use case on macular degeneration analysis through high-performance computing, vision capabilities, storage, and networking in a single solution.
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Published By: IBM Watson Health     Published Date: Dec 11, 2018
This one-page interview describes the importance of providing clinicians with access to evidence-based information and discusses how artificial intelligence can help deliver that information quickly at the point-of-care.
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Published By: IBM Watson Health     Published Date: Dec 10, 2018
In this case study, large health systems implement IBM Watson Health to surface improvement opportunities. Using this tool, they were able to cut costs, reduce patients’ length of stay, acquire actionable data, address number of readmissions and improve management of COPD and sepsis.
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Published By: ALE     Published Date: Dec 05, 2018
A highly resilient data and communications network that supports easy accessibility and cost efficiency is a requirement for hospitals and medical facilities that seek to leverage technology to digitally transform their processes. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) provides a broad range of robust and secure networking, infrastructure and communication products and services to connect patients, caregivers, staff and the entire healthcare ecosystem. ALE specialized data and communications networks for healthcare providers optimize the care pathway through improved communications and more efficient processes to provide more timely, safe and effective care. To find out more download this whitepaper today.
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Published By: ALE     Published Date: Dec 05, 2018
A hospital’s network is the foundation for the critical applications that run on it, where most of those applications are related to the hospitals core businesses. The return on the investments made in EMR (electronic medical records), PACS (picture archiving and communication system), clinical imaging systems and workstations on wheels, can only be truly realized if those assets are always available to the people in need in a reliable, secure and highly optimized way, at a fixed location, or while mobile. Find out how to simplify network management and enhance application and service visibility with Smart Analytics and PALM by downloading this whitepaper today.
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Published By: ALE     Published Date: Dec 05, 2018
The Healthcare industry has undergone several changes of late. Hospitals have had to adapt their approach to how they use technology because of four key themes: 1.) IoT 2.) Mobility 3.) Digital Health 4.) Security To find out more download this infographic today!
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Published By: AuditBoard     Published Date: Nov 26, 2018
Affecting over 200,000 machines in more than 150 countries, the ransomware known as Wanna Decryptor, or “WannaCry,” became the largest cybersecurity attack in history in May 2017. The malicious software locked out users from critical data, and demanded a ransom payment to unlock the contents. Governments, hospitals, and corporations scrambled to address the attack and prevent the infection from spreading. Ironically, the virus’ execution method was simple: it exploited a vulnerable Windows SMB protocol to spread – an exploit Microsoft had addressed two months prior to the attack with the release of a patch.
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Published By: Comcast Business     Published Date: Oct 19, 2018
Technology has had a truly transformative impact on the healthcare space. Thanks to innovations in technology, tools and their respective processes, the practice of treating patients has shifted from mostly reactive to proactive, enabling physicians and caregivers to approach healthcare in a more holistic fashion. As part of that shift, hospitals, wellness centers and physicians’ offices are focusing on providing value over volume1, taking healthcare beyond the four walls of the facility and into patients’ homes, places of work and social centers. The concept of whole health is much easier to attain with technology such as artificial intelligence, analytics, wearables and mobile health (mHealth) apps, to name a few.
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Published By: Kronos     Published Date: Sep 20, 2018
East Alabama Medical Center (EAMC) in Opelika, Alabama, is a 314-bed facility that employs 2,700, including 770 inpatient nurses. With a mission focused on providing high-quality, compassionate healthcare, the hospital celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2012. In the prior year EAMC was recognized as one of only five hospitals in Alabama named a Top Hospital for Patient Experiences by Women Certified®. This distinction joins others the hospital has won, such as being listed among the Top 100 Heart Hospitals in the U.S. and on Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Places to Work” in America.
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Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Sep 12, 2018
Digital technology continues to play an ever-increasing role in today’s modern healthcare systems. While 95% of hospitals in the United States have implemented Electronic Health Records or EHR, much work remains.1 Patient identification errors continue to plague hospitals and are the precipitating factor for 13% of surgical mistakes and 67% of transfusion mix-ups.2 Nationally, medication errors cause at least one death every day and injure 1.3 million people annually.3 The cost of lost lives, reduced productivity and malpractice insurance fees are debilitating the healthcare industry. At the center of every hospital’s safety program is the patient wristband, which provides caregivers access to the information they need at every point of care during the patient stay. However, not all wristbands are of equal quality. Some wristbands are not durable enough to withstand the rigors of a busy hospital environment, leading to workarounds and mistakes that, in the end, comprise patient care. H
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Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Sep 12, 2018
Labeling blood and other samples at the time they are collected improves patient safety and helps prevent a host of problems related to misidentification — including many of the estimated 160,900 adverse events that occur in U.S. hospitals annually because of sample identification errors.1 There is a strong and growing body of evidence within medical literature that creating specimen identification labels on demand at the patient bedside with a mobile printer can significantly reduce errors. The Joint Commission’s National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG) for 2010 advocate the use of two patient-specific identifiers, such as name and birthdate, whenever taking blood or other samples from a patient, and to label the sample collection container in the presence of the patient. Producing specimen labels at the patient bedside and encoding patient identification in a barcode satisfies both The Joint Commission’s NPSG and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements. T
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Published By: TigerConnect     Published Date: Aug 15, 2018
U.S. hospitals waste more than $12 billion annually as a result of inefficient clinical communication. This recent study also found that healthcare communication errors resulted in nearly 2,000 deaths over a five-year period. Streamlined clinical communication can dramatically change these statistics. Download this ebook to learn more.
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