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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Healthcare Tech Outlook
January 17, 2019

Healthcare Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
The average patient is unaware of any other service model other than fee-for-service. The hospitals and the healthcare institutions must actively engage with patients to help them better understand the real cost of care.
AI-based EHR software automates the workflow of medical practices eliminating the need for additional supporting staff.
Medical devices are often the weak point in the technology landscape of a healthcare provider and could affect patient health, safety or privacy if compromised.
Featured Vendors
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CareCloud’s powerful analytic tool can be employed in gaining insight from patient records and monitor the function of the employees.
Offers an EHR system that helps optimize workflow, increase productivity and operational efficiency of healthcare organizations.
CIO Viewpoint
Phyllis Teater, AVP & CIO, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
The explosion of technology trends has impacted all industries to a startling degree. In particular, the trends related to Mobility, Big Data, Cloud Solutions, and Networking seem to be ones that have the potential.
Dave Gravender, CIO, Alameda Health System
Coming into the role of the CIO for Alameda Health System (AHS) in the San Francisco Bay area, a 5 hospital system, we had 30 people on staff for the application team.
CXO Insights
By Donald N. Wilver, JR., MA, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, VP, Human Resources, UPMC Susquehanna
The rapid pace of change in the health care industry requires Human Resource professionals to be more attentive than ever to the strategic alignment of their services.
By Eleonora Shapiro, Associate Executive Director of Perioperative Services, Lenox Hill Hospital
At meetings, the more liberty and freedom for the discussions, the healthier will be the outcomes.