1. Articles in category: Meaningful Use

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    1. A Vc perspective on mHealth growth opportunities

      HR adoption is a necessary growing pain for the industry and a critical component of the digital health revolution. Without digital records as a foundational technology at the point of care, it is difficult to deliver innovation for the next generation of software and mobile solutions that are getting the bulk of the VC funding. 

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    2. Research Predicts Post-EHR Era of Hospital IT Investments

      New Frost & Sullivan research forecasts changes in hospital IT investments as healthcare organizations make significant investments in business and administrative information systems, ushering in a post-EHR era. According to the author of the research, the shift in the hospital EHR market reflects transformations in healthcare consolidation and reimbursement.

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    3. Healthcare finally warming to cloud technology

      The security concerns that hinder the adoption of cloud computing in most industries are magnified in healthcare thanks to the sensitive, private nature of patient data - and the heavy fines that healthcare organizations and their business associates face if that data falls into the wrong hands.

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