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Human-centric design thought leader at Battelle, Amy Schwartz, will be hosting a session at the Digital and Personal Connected Health Conference on March 5.
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Supported by a grant, the New York health system has seen success in the mobile app pilot with the startup Wellth.
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HIMSS18 presenters explain how MU Health Care instituted a multi-pronged approach to boost physician satisfaction by 10% and offer feedback valuable to planning.
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Healthcare organizations are widely embracing mobile clinical communications technologies to improve care team collaboration, workflow efficiencies and, ultimately, patient care. But the adoption journey has often been bumpy. Si Luo, CEO of San Diego-based PatientSafe Solutions, explains what the market is seeking: a more effective clinical communications platform for today and...
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Customers are saying that e-prescribing and hosted services are still down.
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