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Innovation Eases Collaboration: Behavioral Health Dashboard helps Hospitals Work Together in Real Time
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Kelly Craig, Chief Strategy & Information Officer, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers

For 15 years, the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers has focused on finding ways to bend the cost curve and improve care for individuals with complex health and social needs. In 2018, we are rolling out a new Behavioral Health Dashboard that...

Robotics Revolutionizing Surgery
Healthcaretechoutlook >> news

The role of machines in the medical procedures is advancing with the progress being made in the robotics industry. For instance, an AI-powered robot named Xiaoyi, developed by Tsinghua University and iFlytek, an IT firm, passed the national...

Embrace the Era of Patient-Centered Care
Healthcaretechoutlook >> news

Patient Experience Exchange Connects Patient Journey Caregivers to Solutions New York, NY:  Customer Management Practice, a division of IQPC,is proud to unveil a new and exciting Patient Experience Exchange this March 25-27.  The...

Achieving Information Security in Healthcare
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

Dan Costantino, CISO, Penn Medicine

Owing to the growing concerns of patient data security, it’s indispensable for the healthcare experts to reassess their information security programs. It is critical to scrutinize whether you have implemented fundamental security...

Sharing Expertise through Telemedicine
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

Todd Vento, Medical Director for the Infectious Diseases Telehealth Program, Intermountain Healthcare

Intermountain Healthcare has embarked on a remarkable journey of extending its telemedicine consultation program to infectious disease (ID) conditions, helping sixteen hospitals in its system and beyond. 1. Give us an overview of this...

Security and Dealing with Legacy Systems
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

Sean Updegrove, CTO, Keck Medicine of USC

There will Always be Legacy Systems that Need to be Secured. It is well known in the industry that technology professionals prefer to keep the fact under wraps that legacy systems will always be around. Although we don’t like to talk...

A Robust IT Framework: The Lynchpin in Delivering on the Promise of Value-Based Care
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Robert Davis, CIO, Arizona Care Network

It used to be that a company’s IT staff was holed up in a chilly room in the back of the office surrounded by scores of computers, servers and other equipment. Nowhere has that scenario changed more than in healthcare, which has become...

Genetics of Hospital Technology
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Edward Neville Maltass, CIO, El Centro Regional Medical Center

As we all know and remember, not only has the healthcare sector changed immensely, but over the past 30 years the world has gone from being non-technical to everything we touch is now technically connected, or based on technology. I can...

Stretching the Boundaries of Visibility Through Control Towers to Better Manage Your Supply Chain
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

R. Srikrishna, CEO, Hexaware Technologies

The logistics industry is going to see some radical changes soon, and Logistics Service Providers (LSPs) are scrambling to reinvent themselves into a technology-focused industry to drive the elusive end-to-end supply chain visibility (E2ESCV) and...

Stretching the Boundaries of Visibility Through Control Towers to Better Manage Your Supply Chain
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

R. Srikrishna, CEO, Hexaware Technologies

The logistics industry is going to see some radical changes soon, and Logistics Service Providers (LSPs) are scrambling to reinvent themselves into a technology-focused industry to drive the elusive end-to-end supply chain visibility (E2ESCV) and...

AI and Big Analytics Driving More Personalized Health Care
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

Patrick McIntyre, SVP of Health Care Analytics, Anthem

There’s nothing more personal than healthcare. However, as providers are seeing more and more patients, time and resources are stretched thin, making it increasingly difficult to offer a truly personalized approach to health. There’s...

Blockchain: A Way to (Safely) Bring Down the Barriers to Data
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

ShahramEbadollahi, PhD, MBA VP, Innovation & Chief Science Officer, IBM Watson Health

Imagine for a moment a healthcare system where patients control who sees their data. An individual at home recovering from a procedure might sign in to her medical account through a personalized dashboard on her phone, and with a couple of swipes...

Adjusting to a Whole New Real-IT
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Deborah Norton, CIO & SVP of Operations, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care

The health insurance industry today faces rising treatment costs, increasing consumer demands, and a highly competitive marketplace. Further, new regulatory and compliance requirements stemming from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) create a need for...

Is the Sleep Lab Obsolete? Telehealth and the Future of Sleep Medicine
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

Joseph Krainin, President & Founder, Singular Sleep

The "diffusion of innovation" theory holds that there are five stages to the adoption of new technology that conform to a bell-shaped curve as seen below. There is abundant evidence to suggest that, nationally, telemedicine is moving...

Securing Personal Health Information
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Victor Pytleski, CIO, MedRisk, Inc.

The biggest trend in healthcare database management is the security and encryption of data. MedRisk, a managed care company provides physical medicine and diagnostic imaging services for injured workers, manages databases of protected health...

Securing Personal Health Information
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Victor Pytleski, CIO, MedRisk, Inc.

The biggest trend in healthcare database management is the security and encryption of data. MedRisk, a managed care company provides physical medicine and diagnostic imaging services for injured workers, manages databases of protected health...

Avoiding the Ransom Note
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Ferdinand Feola, CIO, Pocono Medical Center

Our hospital’s commitment to its mission of providing excellent care, close to home has always been our primary focus.  Our technology investments have been strategically aligned with the types of care we want to deliver, the...

How Health Care Providers Can Use Digital Platforms to Engage Consumers and Build Trust
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

Steven Magid, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer, Hospital for Special Surgery

Businesses that ignore social media channels for mar­keting and public relations do so to their own detri­ment. The same holds true for health care provid­ers. Indeed, the past five years have seen explosive growth in the number of...

Reaching Out to Improve Rural Healthcare
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cioviewpoint

Mark Simon, Interim CIO, Benefis Health System

My first experience in rural healthcare was in 2010 as the CIO of the western region of Montana for Providence Health & Services. In this role, I was responsible for technology and services across all of Western Montana. "Getting more...

Enterprise Approach to Payment Integrity Technology: The Payment Integrity Reference Architecture
Healthcaretechoutlook >> cxoinsights

John Bair, CTO, LaunchPoint

In more and more health plans, payment integrity is being recognized for the powerful influence it can have on the bottom line. For payment integrity organizations (sometimes called cost containment), this is an opportunity to shine. It's the...

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