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The role of technology purchasing is shifting. Here we discuss the direction it’s moving in and important considerations.
A new cellphone application has been developed in an attempt to help notice signs of an overdose sooner. Learn more about how in this blog.
Last week Amazon announced that six healthcare companies and providers are teaming up with them to leverage a new ‘skill’ that would allow patients to access some of their health information by simply talking to their Alexa-enabled devices. Learn more about it in this blog.
Learn the difference between innovation and invention and why the former may end up having a bigger impact on your business than the latter.
President Trump signed an executive order that aims to transform the way kidney care happens in the US. Learn about the order, some statistics, and how care will change.
With cloud computing becoming more known and utilized in the healthcare space we are examining the potential benefits as well as possible risks associated with the technology in this blog.
For Independence Day this year, we’re taking a look at how fireworks originated, how they work, and what the future holds for them. Extract wishes you a happy and safe 4th of July!
There are a variety of factors that influence health outcomes over and above our genetics or our habits. A variety of demographic and other societal factors can be used to predict health, and the healthcare community is using artificial intelligence to refine and make better use of these predictions.
The VA and DoD have a new office to help coordinate interoperability in the transition to using Cerner as the EHR for the VA. The Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization office is designed to provide accountability for the project, although lawmakers aren’t yet convinced that it will be effective.
Technology upgrades are a necessary part of running any healthcare organization, but require cross-functional coordination and buy-in in order to be successful.