Technology trends

Three reasons telemedicine will grow in 2017Technology, and specifically telemedicine, has an enormous role to play in improvements to clinical work flows, care coordination, and long-term health outcomes.
Interoperability remains huge hindrance to improved care qualityHigh customer satisfaction has been linked with stronger loyalty, sales, and profits. So why hasn’t the healthcare industry caught on?
Four ways demand for healthcare data will grow in 2017“Repeal and replace” or “replace and improve” activities on The Hill, though not “business as usual,” won’t necessary slow down data-driven focus areas in healthcare that will continue in 2017.
Top 2017 challenges healthcare executives face
Top 2017 challenges healthcare executives faceResults from Managed Healthcare Executive’s annual State of the Industry Survey reveal which issues will hit managed healthcare hardest in 2017.
Opinion: 3 healthcare trends that won’t change post ObamaThe presidential hopefuls have very different views about the ACA. Expect three healthcare things that will stay the same even after Obama leaves office.
Nine best practices in healthcare IT governanceMany healthcare organizations lack the necessary governance principles, guidelines, and processes necessary for success in today’s technology-dependent environment.
Health execs, IT leaders, docs differ on telehealth driversDespite different drivers among healthcare leaders, telehealth is gaining momentum. Still, key barriers need to be addressed.
Diverse health IT partnerships are critical to interoperabilityAs managed care leaders, better care for patients can be achieved through increased medical data exchange through diverse and collaborative organization involvement.
Karen B. DeSalvo on the top tech changes health execs should watch
Karen B. DeSalvo on the top tech changes health execs should watchKaren B. DeSalvo, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, gives the best courses of action for top technology challenges and opportunities facing healthcare executives.
Remote monitoring drives value-based care
Remote monitoring drives value-based carePayers pair with providers to manage patients with chronic disease at a distance.