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November 2012 Features

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  Unique Device Identification


Unlocking the power of barcoding

 By Phil Colpas, Editor, November 2012

In healthcare, barcodes have been used primarily for asset tracking. But unique device identification (UDI) is about to change that.


Tagged:    Unique Device Identification   Cover Story


  Decision Support


How dashboards can increase efficiency

 By Alyn Ford, Care Logistics, November 2012

Dashboards are very helpful in managing many of the key facets that ensure care providers are fairly reimbursed and that the quality of patient care is sustained.


Tagged:    Decision Support


  Asset Tracking


Drive savings with mobile asset management

 By Paul Segovis, November 2012

Ellis Medicine saves $700,000 in savings through asset management, combining workflow and process change with real-time tracking technology.


Tagged:    Asset Tracking


  Health Information Exchanges


Next steps for HIX

 By Brian Patt and Triveni Harsh Mohta, November 2012

Private health insurance exchanges are likely to proliferate, but health plans need to differentiate from the private insurance market and public exchanges through clear strategies for innovative deployment.


Tagged:    Health Information Exchanges


  Document Management


How to streamline your accounts payable operations

 By Robert Banwart, November 2012

How intelligent data capture can replace paper with efficiency and create opportunities.


Tagged:    Document Management


  Telehealth


Prescription for ACOs

 By Roy Schoenberg, November 2012

Telehealth is transforming healthcare delivery by removing traditional barriers, such as distance, mobility and time constraints.


Tagged:    Telehealth   Accountable Care Organizations


  Mobile


Critical considerations before adopting a new system

 By Scott Thie, November 2012

Mobile computing devices are a valuable tool when it comes to creating an efficient, HIT system within your healthcare facility.


Tagged:    Mobile


  Speech Recognition


Five ways speech will transform medicine

 By Dr. Nick van Terheyden, November 2012

Recent advancements will expand speech recognition opportunities.


Tagged:    Speech Recognition


  Wireless Technologies


Reap the rewards of mobility

 By Jonathan Karl, November 2012

Minimizing mobile data loss starts with IT security.


Tagged:    Wireless Technologies


  RIS/PACS


Meaningful-use implications for selecting radiology EHRs

 By Steve Deaton, Viztek, November 2012

For radiology practices, it's important to find a vendor that can unify the EHR, PACS/RIS and patient portal.


Tagged:    RIS/PACS


  Home Health


Technology holds the answer to healthcare reform

 By Dan Hogan, November 2012

Pay-for-performance healthcare model underscores the importance of advanced predictive modeling tools to ensure efficiency and quality care.


Tagged:    Home Health


  Viewpoint


Supercomputers reduce cancer treatment analysis to seconds

 By Phil Colpas, Editor, November 2012

At a live-streamed event last month hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) and Doctors Helping Doctors and held at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. NantHealth and partner organizations unveiled their plan to transform cancer diagnosis and treatment by utilizing a state-of-the-art genomic supercomputing platform.


Tagged:    Viewpoint


  Thought Leaders


Building a stronger security team

 By Kate Borten, November 2012

Taking advantage of free NIST resources to improve security, privacy and regulatory compliance.


Tagged:    Thought Leaders


  Industry Watch


Industry Watch

 November 2012

Industry Watch


Tagged:    Industry Watch


  Products and Services


Imaging/PACS/RIS Solutions Guide

 November 2012

Imaging/PACS/RIS Solutions Guide


Tagged:    Products and Services   RIS/PACS


  Products and Services


New Products and Services

 November 2012

New products and services


Tagged:    Products and Services