April 24, 2013 - (Free Research) This webcast demonstrates how enterprise asset management can help improve clinical outcomes while lowering the cost of care and ensuring compliance. View now to learn how health IT leaders can more easily manage the increasingly sophisticated assortment of devices, tools and technologies that make high-quality health care possible.
August 22, 2011 - (Free Research) As the healthcare industry seeks to implement and drive widespread adoption of clinical computing, performance and accessibility of applications for clinicians are critical. Learn how solutions such as client virtualization are increasingly playing a role in bridging the gap between available resources and end-user satisfaction.
August 04, 2011 - (Free Research) Incentives created by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act are expected to increase EHR adoption and point-of-care computing -- meaning demands on availability and performance are high, while the budgets to manage devices are small. Find out how desktop virtualization can assist with these healthcare challenges.
April 03, 2013 - (Free Research) This Forrester research study takes an in-depth look at how Tallahassee Memorial was able to reduce IT complexity, speed access to clinical information, and enhance efficiency with desktop virtualization and improved authentication practices.
October 25, 2011 - (Free Research) Read this study conducted by Nuance Communications to better understand the bottlenecks and issues that arise from using paper documents in the health care field and how electronic document management can greatly eliminate these issues.
August 17, 2011 - (Free Research) Clinical decision support technology takes business intelligence (BI) to the next level by offering caregivers evidence-based, best-practice information, providing automated responses in response to patient data and much more. Inside this e-book, learn how your healthcare facility can benefit from clinical BI tools.
May 25, 2011 - (Free Research) A department of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia sought to improve its data analysis and operational management processes. They implemented a management solution based on Microsoft BI technologies and gained more insight into its data and has automated reporting processes, which reduced laboratory result turnaround times by 50 percent.
March 08, 2013 - (Free Research) This white paper demonstrates how a strategic combination of backup and archiving technologies can ensure that all types of health care data are sufficiently and cost effectively protected.
August 24, 2012 - (Free Research) This case study examines how one hospital was able to ensure high levels of EHR and clinical application uptime and performance with new blade server technology that didn't break the bank.
April 11, 2013 - (Free Research) View this white paper to learn how one company strengthened analytics by developing a focus on customised healthcare. It linked to relevant operational systems, how to optimise information flow and how to support the overall strategic control of the hospital at just the touch of a button.
May 04, 2011 - (Free Research) Business intelligence (BI) and data analytics are pushing into health care – and for good reason. Clinical data can be analyzed to improve patient care and track trends for medical research. In this expert e-book, gain insight on the benefits of BI from your peers at Maine Medical Center, Scottsdale Health care and Saint Elizabeth Health Care.
May 21, 2010 - (Free Research) BI and analytics tools can provide healthcare organizations with valuable insights for assessing and improving patient care and better controlling costs. This E-Book provides an overview of the BI and analytics issues facing healthcare organizations, as well as advice on how to best utilize the available technologies in healthcare.
March 29, 2013 - (Free Research) This case study examines how Johns Hopkins Hospital implemented single sign-on technology to improve access to clinical applications while eliminating password confusion and time-wasting – all while meeting HIPAA requirements for access and authentication. Read now to learn how they did it.
May 05, 2010 - (Free Research) Case management is a care delivery framework with the potential to relieve three of the most significant pressures facing hospital leaders. The purpose of this paper is to illustrate a number of ways in which hospital case management can and does produce clinical, operational, and financial benefits for the organizations that employ them.
May 11, 2011 - (Free Research) Medical imaging is achieving phenomenal growth. This advance in patient care comes at a cost - a data explosion and resulting silos of clinical information that threaten to overwhelm your data center. With the Unified Clinical Archive, you can store, access, and share medical files from all your medical imaging applications.
February 2008 - (Free Research) Discover how document-centric workflow will benefit healthcare organizations and how it manages the lifecycle of medical documents and patient records, from the initial capture through process management, delivery and archive stages.
August 2011 - (Free Research) Check out this case study to learn how leading health care provider Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust was able to integrate and consolidate data between locations for significant cost savings, as well as increases in efficiency and productivity.
July 2010 - (Free Research) UPMC sought to improve the workflow efficiency in its nursing units to enhance the quality of care, reduce costs/errors and leverage its nursing resources more effectively. Supported by its partnership with IBM, UPMC developed SmartRoom, a workflow optimization system that leverages clinical intelligence to guide nursing decisions and activities.
April 2013 - (Free Research) This white paper presents the top 5 capabilities required by an enterprise archive. Moreover, learn how to get IT and clinical staff on the same page when it comes to data protection. Uncover the importance of vendor neutral archiving in delivering the level of performance and availability required in health care.
November 2011 - (Free Research) The health care industry is beginning to fully embrace EHR as the foundation for sharing information and delivering quality patient care. The benefits of an electronic environment are clearly recognized, but the transition from paper to pixel is difficult and requires a new strategy. Read on to learn how to simplify the transition to EHR.
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