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Top four trends from HIMSS 2019

by Laura Mueller

Thousands of healthcare innovators and professionals gathered recently for the 2019 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference & Exhibition. Here’s what we learned about the future of healthcare technology.

Hospitals often overlook risks associated with outpatient shift

by Robert Rajalingam

A leader shares insights on striking the balance between financial and quality initiatives.

Value-based care often begins with the supply chain

by Jon Giacomin

Jon Giacomin, CEO of our medical segment, explores the role of supply chain in delivering better care.

Best of 2018

by Laura Mueller

Five Essential Insights articles with big impacts.

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What your health system or organization needs to know about concierge care

by Jennifer Nelson

Signing up for a medical practice may seem akin to signing up for a health club, but retainer-based medicine is gaining momentum. Here’s what this trend means for hospitals and healthcare providers.

Leveraging the potential of blockchain in healthcare

by Chris Hayhurst

The American College of Healthcare Executives focused on blockchain for healthcare at a recent meeting. Here are three important take-aways from the panel discussion.

Click here for care

by Jennifer Nelson

A deeper look at on-demand healthcare and what healthcare organizations need to know about this developing trend.

3 key topics at the 2018 Population Health Summit

by Laura Mueller

A summary from the summit bringing together leaders from the nation's top hospitals, health systems and health plans to discuss how patient health can be better managed on a large scale.

Home is where...the healthcare is?

by Stephanie Pavol and Kristen Fischer

A recent survey found that 44 percent of healthcare organizations want to invest more in home healthcare. Here’s a deeper look at how hospital care is going to and following the patient—and what this means for healthcare providers.

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