Our guest blogger shares how as new interoperability standards are developed, like FHIR®, organizations can still leverage C-CDA in their document exchange workflows to leverage emerging standards.
In a challenging environment, health systems are leveraging a variety of information and technology tools to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pharmaceutical Supply Chain with Blockchain: Drug Tracking, Tracing and Verification at the Last Mile
Under the U.S. Drug Supply Chain Security Act, pharmaceutical supply chain will need to trace prescription drugs as they're distributed. One study shares how blockchain can save costs and enhance data security to help ensure medications reach the patients who need them.
Tune in for an on-demand webinar about recent market trends and an evidence-based framework to help you build your most viable and profitable market strategy.
While it is impossible for anyone to accurately predict the future, healthcare organizations can develop a credible view of possible future states that can be used in healthcare business planning to test and adjust near-term strategies and tactics.
In an effort to gain understanding and clarity for connected care and telehealth definitions and terms, Accelerate Health offers this primer.
In this episode of the Accelerate Health podcast, hear how one company is improving surgical care outcomes by using innovative AI, as well as how innovation happens in all corners of the industry.
Our most recent HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey shines a spotlight on security incidents and the new realities of cybersecurity.
Several investors shared their insights on what trends they are seeing in the marketplace and a look ahead on what to expect in healthcare investing.
We gathered insights from leaders in digital health innovation and venture capital to assess the major trends healthcare investors are watching.
Gain insights from a former healthcare CIO on ways to build relationships, sell solutions and yourself to executives in healthcare in this on-demand webinar.
Our guest writer explains CMS's Primary Care First model and how it enables primary care providers to shift to more value-based care for both general and high-needs patient populations.