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AI a big data benefit for moving to the cloud for healthcare

AI a big data benefit for moving to the cloud for healthcare

| November 30, 2018

By Shaun Sutner. Providers and big vendors are wary, but healthcare in the cloud and the benefits artificial intelligence provides will spur a shift from on-premises systems for analyzing EHRs. It looks more and more like no one can stop the forward march of cloud in healthcare and the benefits that artificial intelligence and machine […]

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How telehealth can improve the hospital revenue cycle

How telehealth can improve the hospital revenue cycle

| October 11, 2018

By Jeff Lagasse-Among the lesser-known benefits of telehealth are its abilities to help hospitals strengthen a provider’s billing and payment collections. Many virtues of telehealth are widely understood at this point but a perhaps lesser known emerging use for the platforms is to streamline the revenue cycle by enhancing billing and payment collections. That’s becoming […]

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How digital transformation is driving change in clinical trials

How digital transformation is driving change in clinical trials

| July 24, 2018

By Harshal Shah, senior director of healthcare for Persistent Systems. A detailed look of clinical investigations found that out of the studies examined, only 25.1 percent met or exceeded their stated recruitment goals. While it’s important to note that recruitment failure does not necessarily mean that these studies failed overall, it’s still a concerning statistic. […]

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SnapClinical driving down cost of ‘virtual’ clinical trials

SnapClinical driving down cost of ‘virtual’ clinical trials

| June 11, 2018

Running clinical trials is an expensive business for Big Pharma and SnapClinical can reduce the development time up to 10 X with easy to use drop and drag application middleware platform. For example, I read that Novartis is aiming is to expand the number of ‘virtual’ trials it runs, with patients interacting with investigators via […]

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Mercy Health: Innovation in the cloud with NucleusHealth

Mercy Health: Innovation in the cloud with NucleusHealth

| April 20, 2018

Mercy Health demonstrated innovation in the cloud with NucleusHealth’s medical image management platform. Mercy Health was able to transition its hospitals from an antiquated CD burning system to an intuitive cloud-based solution. The new solution immediately provided cost and time savings along with increased patient satisfaction. Mercy Health can now provide accurate, speedy images to […]

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Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Enabling the Future

Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Enabling the Future

| March 20, 2018

By Hector Rodriguez, Chief Security Officer, Worldwide Health, Microsoft Last year, we explored Microsoft’s approach to health security, privacy, and compliance in the cloud as we experienced an increased demand for public cloud and hybrid cloud services.  Given Microsoft’s leadership in supporting the required services coupled with the required levels of security, privacy, and compliance […]

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Microsoft Provides the Technologies for Health Organizations to Transform the Care Continuum with Partners: NucleusHealth

Microsoft Provides the Technologies for Health Organizations to Transform the Care Continuum with Partners: NucleusHealth

| February 14, 2018

By David Turcotte, C+E Health and Government Global Industry Director, Microsoft and Todd Bergeson, C+E Health and Government Product Marketing Manager, Introduction Digital transformation of health, more than any other industry, promises to tangibly improve people’s lives. As we approach a future in which 20% of the world’s population is over the age of 60[1] […]

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Cloud computing will replace traditional data centers within 3 years

Cloud computing will replace traditional data centers within 3 years

| January 15, 2018

by Steve Ranger The use of cloud computing services and applications continues to increase at a rapid rate, leading to the rise of vast ‘hyperscale’ cloud data centers. Both consumer and business applications are contributing to the growing dominance of cloud services. For consumers, streaming video, social networking, and search are among the most popular […]

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