The healthcare industry is under constant pressure to adopt new technologies that will improve patient care. Blockchain, a relatively recent technology, is one of those technologies that are generating interest in healthcare. But what is blockchain and how can it help healthcare organizations? What is blockchain? Although the technology is known for enabling cryptocurrencies like […]
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses operate, and practices in healthcare are no exception. Cloud-based solutions offer many benefits over traditional methods, including reliability, convenience, security, and scalability. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the main advantages of cloud computing in the healthcare industry.
Telemedicine has been around for quite some time, but its popularity grew during the COVID-19 pandemic. Healthcare providers turned to telemedicine to ensure that patients were still able to receive quality healthcare services when lockdowns and travel restrictions were put in place.
Hectic workdays can easily overwhelm any healthcare worker, so it’s always a good idea for them to seek out solutions to organize their busy schedules. A good way for healthcare businesses to help staff better manage their time is by using online scheduling solutions.
The healthcare industry has been leveraging technology to improve patient outcomes. Innovations such as health apps and wearable tech even empower patients to exercise greater control over improving the quality of their lives.
The healthcare industry is relying on tech more than ever. Between implementing telemedicine, adopting data management best practices, and juggling countless other recent tech developments, managing business IT is a complex task, and so is best done by a managed IT services provider (MSP). Let’s explore the benefits of partnering with one: MSPs guarantee quick […]
Medical professionals should always strive to give the best primary and ancillary healthcare services to their patients. One of the ways to accomplish this is by using electronic medical records (EMRs), which eliminate the need for paper charts by digitally storing patients’ medical and treatment histories.
It’s imperative for healthcare organizations and business associates to take every precaution when it comes to managing protected health information or PHI. Aside from having significant regulatory and compliance implications, failing to protect PHI can seriously affect clients and damage a business’s reputation.
In the healthcare industry, mistakes lead to misdiagnoses, improper medical treatment, and, inevitably, hospital readmissions. But business intelligence (BI) is changing that by equipping healthcare professionals with powerful real-time information. At its core, BI software is all about data analytics.