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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Healthcare Tech Outlook
September 20, 2018

Healthcare Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
The evolution of DaVincian’s HIPAA compliant colocation environment at OnRamp’s hybrid hosting footprint where the company’s requirements regarding its online operations are fulfilled.
Prentice believes that digital business and rapid pace of IT change are the biggest drivers of application change; mobile plays a huge factor as businesses continue to see growth in a range of different devices.
With the world going mobile and more connected, the use of IoT and AI are making the big leap in the healthcare sector as well. Technology solutions such as EMR/EHR are widely being adopted by medical practitioners.
Featured Vendors
Ciox streamlines the data aggregation processes and presents a single comprehensive record to healthcare providers, health organizations, clinicians, and patients.
Provides innovative healthcare solutions that leverage technology and clinical expertise to enable the delivery of integrated healthcare.
A leading healthcare IT solutions company, that provides a robust cloud-based workflow management platform, namely Symphony.
CIO Viewpoint
Robert K Eardley, CIO, Houston Methodist
Apps—they’re everywhere and for good reason. There’s an app for dinner reservations, an app for mobile directions, an app for weather, an app for news, and the list goes on.
Craig Richardville, SVP & CIO, Carolinas Healthcare System
The rapid changes in not only the financing of health care, but also the health and wellbeing of the patients we care for are driving the need to better understand and care for patients.
CXO Insights
By Michael S. Weiner, Director-Healthcare Strategic Services, IBM
When you are waiting for results from a medical test like a cancer biopsy, that call from your doctor can’t come fast enough.
By Stanley Crane, Chief Innovation Officer, Allscripts Healthcare Solutions
Open is a journey, not a destination. Open means you facilitate the exchange of information between programs; you make it easy for your software to talk to other people’s software.