August 23, 2011 - (Free Research) In this week's Computer Weekly, Oxfam's CIO talks about how IT supports a global aid operation; we ask if £530m government funding will be enough to roll-out superfast broadband; we examine the security issues around moving to IPv6; plus our analysis of the week’s biggest news stories in IT. Download the latest issue now.
October 21, 2011 - (Free Research) In this week's Computer Weekly, we ask IT experts to help answer the question of why so many big IT projects fail. We report from VMware's user conference in Copenhagen on the latest developments in virtualisation, and analyse the emerging threat from military-style cyber attacks on corporate IT networks. Download the new issue now.
November 2007 - (Free Research) This paper is the fourth in a four-part series that addresses mobile communications in the healthcare industry. Part Four zeroes in on the features and capabilities that make BlackBerry smartphones an ideal match for healthcare industry requirements.
July 2010 - (Free Research) After investing close to two years developing nursing documentation software, The Nebraska Medical Center stood poised to begin implementing this lynchpin of its patient safety focus. But first, it had to identify the right hardware solutions for its requirements. Read this white paper to learn more.
September 2011 - (Free Research) Learn how you can improve the efficiency and productivity of nurses providing patient care, as well as how they work with each other, physicians and other staff. This allows professionals to spend more time providing “hands-on” care to patients, and less time on coordination of that care.
May 2011 - (Free Research) To facilitate high-quality patient care, Memorial Hospital deployed a wireless LAN to provide both data and voice access throughout the facility. The instantaneous communication and broad information access has significantly improved the quality of patient care, because it lets staff spend more time caring for patients and less time on paperwork.
February 2008 - (Free Research) Quickly locating the necessary patient records among millions of paper documents in a 200-square-foot storage room was difficult and time consuming for Tyler Memorial Hospital staff. Learn how they tackle their document challenges now.
February 2013 - (Free Research) In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at why companies are struggling to attract the right talent for in-house IT. We investigate why CIOs are not happy with Oracle's Fusion strategy. And betting company William Hill tells us how mobile technology has changed the high street bookmaker. Read the issue now.
January 2008 - (Free Research) By incorporating finger biometric scanning into the solution, Parkview would enable each doctor or nurse to log on to any PC at the facility with a single fingertip swipe.
January 2011 - (Free Research) Learn about Memorial Healthcare’s latest approach to ensure that its clinicians have fast and secure access to critical patient information. You will learn about secure “follow me” desktops to provide doctors and nurses with patient information at their fingertips - from any workstation or personal device.
December 2012 - (Free Research) This short white paper discusses how one organisation transformed its data and records management processes through end-to-end off-site data protection and records management services.
June 2008 - (Free Research) Because Mid-Vermont's software was not meeting their client expectations they deployed NueMD, an Internet-based practice management solution, resulting in substantial savings in time and money.
September 2011 - (Free Research) In this week's Computer Weekly, we take an in-depth look at Windows 8 - identifying what new features will be key to business users; and examine the remains of the National Programme for IT and what this means for the future of the NHS. Download the latest issue now.
March 2011 - (Free Research) The Goal of clinical decision support (CDS) - a Business Intelligence tool specific to health care - is to give physicians and nurses the granular information they need to make treatment decisions at the time they need it. Read this paper and learn how to develop a data analytics system that works for your health care environment.
February 2009 - (Free Research) When researchers from the University of Windsor needed a mobile strategy for conducting a National Child Seat Safety Survey across Canada, they turned to a Blackberry to help gather the data and accurately download the it automatically to an analytical database.
June 2012 - (Free Research) Caregivers want the devices they work with to function like the devices in their pockets. And this is steadily becoming a reality. View today’s brief video and join Motion Computing’s Vice President of Marketing, Mike Stinson as he talks about the latest health IT trends in tablets and other mobile devices.
November 2012 - (Free Research) This case study will show you how Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina was able to implement a powerful wireless system that helped them communicate essential medical data securely and seamlessly across five scattered facilities, ultimately improving the lives of their residents. Read on to learn more.
February 2013 - (Free Research) This e-guide from SearchHealthIT.com demonstrates how EHR usability testing can function as a key ingredient to clinician buy-in and meaningful use. Read now to learn how usability testing can help with a quicker return on your EHR investment.
November 2007 - (Free Research) This case study describes why Trillium Health Centre gave 40 BlackBerry smartphones to all of the members of the ICU team making it the first hospital in North America to test push email as an essential part of how the health care team worked together.
March 2013 - (Free Research) This resource presents the findings of a recent study examining the use of single sign-on in health care settings. Read now to learn about the impact of single sign-on use to improve EMR and CPOE adoption, as well as how it can help hospitals achieve meaningful use.
October 2010 - (Free Research) This paper looks at how healthcare providers are using wireless LANs creatively to improve patient care and to realize much-needed cost efficiencies. It also discusses the primary challenges health organizations face in their deployments and offers up solutions for successfully addressing them.
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