A survey on health technology priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic shows that for technology to transform healthcare, both now and in the future, there is work to do.
Five women entrepreneurs share advice and the lessons learned from starting their own business.
If you’re looking to streamline and improve your organization’s third-party cybersecurity strategy consider these five lessons learned from professionals in the healthcare industry.
Learn three important long-term considerations for remote management in health IT.
The healthcare system’s shortcomings aren’t confined to the COVID-19 pandemic—maladies like physician burnout, sky-high costs and imperfect technology will remain. These longstanding problems will continue to hurt us all unless we change healthcare as we know it.
As the number of telehealth projects skyrockets, the need to understand the telehealth management in healthcare is urgent. Join this webinar to learn how to avoid pitfalls and ensure success for your telehealth initiative.
Outcomes research combined with health economics provides data and insights to help inform and guide healthcare-related decision-making, focused on providing the best outcomes for the most people.
Our guest writer shares while often overlooked, governance in a healthcare organization's information and technology can lead to a higher level of trust by patients.
In times of change, leaders have to learn to think big picture and how to share that vision with those they lead. This podcast episode touches on a number of topics but centers around leadership’s role in change management and how important that is in accomplishing your goals.
This white paper shares a framework for building the digitally enabled health system of the future with a focus on health and wellness and a transformational impact on care delivery and quality.
Implementation of an Evidence-Based Electronic Health Record (EHR) Downtime Readiness and Recovery Plan
This OJNI report dives into the implementation of EHRs and downtime readiness and recovery plans.
Our guest writer shares that increasing health innovation in your organization requires you to be as agile as possible while also rapidly adjusting to the requirements of your customer base.