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CONTENTS February 2013 Vol. 34, No. 2 FEBRUARY 2013 BYOD Healthcare Information Systems Solutions since 1980 www.healthmgttech.com 8


CONQUERING THE CHALLENGES OF


BYOD +PLUS


HIMSS13 Preview Mobile Solutions


HIPAA Security Roundup


Meaningful Use Real-time Analytics


COVER PHOTO COURTESY EPOCRATES MEANINGFUL USE


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ON THE COVER: BYOD Challenges and benefits


in a mobile medical world Institutions should create a set of BYOD guidelines that foster mobile device usage.


FORECAST ROUNDUP: HIPAA PRIVACY & SECURITY


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COLUMNS Viewpoint by Phil Colpas


Thought Leaders: Security by Derek Brost


DEPARTMENTS Industry Watch


Carts & Mobile Computing Solutions Guide New Products and Services Index of Advertisers


Securing PHI Experts comment on the HIPAA Security Rule and discuss solutions designed to help ensure the integrity of protected health information (PHI).


HIMSS13 PREVIEW


25 What to see and do at HIMSS13 LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS


26 Streamline care with anytime, anywhere lab


info access Carolina Health Specialists implements a sophisticated laboratory information system.


Engaging staff to engage patients Patient engagement is essential for meaningful use, and studies show it is becoming more definitively linked to consumer satisfaction.


ANALYTICS


Making the leap to real-time analytics Hunterdon Healthcare implements a new decision-support system.


User-centric IT It’s about the user … then the device.


MOBILE COMPUTING


Empowering patients How mobile apps are influencing the future of health plan customer loyalty.


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