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  • How Healthcare CIOs Can Sell IT to Hospital Boards

    Miami Children's Hospital has invested heavily in technology -- from patient-facing mobile apps to a telehealth center with a global reach. CIO Edward Martinez says getting the hospital board to see the benefits of such technology means putting IT strategy in the context of business strategy.

    Written by Brian Eastwood21 Oct. 13 14:17
  • Healthcare IT struggles to keep up with mobile health demands

    Healthcare, like most industries, finds its hard to meet the mobility desires of employees (caregivers) and customers (patients). But while healthcare struggles with unique legal and regulatory impediments that other fields don't face, it's also poised to gain much more from what some call a 'mobile revolution.'

    Written by Brian Eastwood27 Aug. 13 12:44
  • In Pictures: 10 examples of mobile health around the world

    Health care workers in the developing world are using mobile phones to address critical health needs ranging from maternal mortality to HIV testing to clean water. Here are 10 examples of mobile health around the world.

    Written by Networkworld Staff28 Nov. 12 09:02
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  • Mobile, Modular EHR Help eClinicalWorks Put Patients First

    Healthcare is rapidly moving toward a patient-centric care model, says Girish Kumar Navani, CEO of electronic health record software vendor eClinicalWorks. To meet this demand, EHR systems ought to be mobile, modular and easy to use, he tells CIO.com. Patients, meanwhile, need an experience that reminds them of online banking.

    Written by Brian Eastwood20 May 13 14:45
  • Six innovations that will change healthcare

    When economists, data scientists and medical professionals team up, the result is often remarkable innovation. These six examples from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Future of Health and Wellness Conference could change the way patients interact with hospitals, physicians and each other.

    Written by Brian Eastwood18 Feb. 13 19:48
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