Late last week, I had the opportunity to spend three very informative days at the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Healthcare Quality Congress (HQC) with a variety of industry. . .
Apervita's team is a powerful mix of healthcare and technology pioneers and experts. Or, as Senior UX Developer Mattie Langenberg calls them, "wicked smart people." Mattie's been on the Apervita. . .
Despite nearly two decades working in healthcare IT, I actually hadn’t been to HIMSS since 2016. With that time and distance, I was struck by how the physical changes I noticed on the HIMSS floor. . .
Paul Magelli: Five Ways Healthcare Organizations Can Look Beyond Technology to Achieve Their Strategic Goals
Innovation starts with process, not technology In our work with health enterprises around the country, we’ve seen teams large and small approach digital transformation from a variety of angles.. . .
Guest blogger Dr. John Halamka is the CIO and VP of Information Systems at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and International Healthcare Innovation Professor at Harvard Medical School.
Clinical decision support (CDS) is a technology that provides patient-specific medical knowledge at the point of care. A group of CDS experts recently developed a “GUIDES” checklist that supports. . .
Before diving into the difference between Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), let’s start with a definition of the cloud. The cloud. . .
Solely human-readable health knowledge is a way of the past (i.e. book and journal content). Knowledge can now be represented in computable forms as machine-executable code, allowing for the rapid. . .
Healthcare executives are all too familiar with healthcare conferences—usually two- or three-day events with the same types of people discussing the same types of problems. The Centers for Disease. . .