If you try sometimes, you get what you need

As more and more feral apps get introduced into the healthcare ecosystem, it’s critical that both physicians and IT teams get what they need from them. What is that exactly? Read more to find out.


You can't always get what you want

The apps that come with today’s EHRs may not be exactly what we want, but unfortunately, that’s what we get until true interoperability is achieved. Read more from CMO Dr. Craig Joseph.


Unpopular opinion: Social distancing is the best thing to happen to EHR training

With the rapid shift to virtual training, healthcare leaders have a prime opportunity to reassess and redesign their programs to maximize the end-user experience.

healthcare consulting

The enigma of the edge case in healthcare

While AI may be useful in diagnosing standard cases, CMO Dr. Craig Joseph posits that, for now, only a highly-trained care team can spot the zebras.


Is the EHR a provider?

Treating the EHR as a critical component of the care team now will set the stage for direct patient care in the future.


Why we do what we do

Patients and their care should be the #1 reason for why we do the things we do in healthcare IT. Read more of this compelling story from Dr. Craig Joseph.

healthcare consulting

Informational parity is the key to better value-based care agreements

Global Advisory Services Practice Leader John Distefano believes that collaborative care data is the key for value-based care to reach its full potential.

healthcare consulting

Everything old is new again

Comparing the AIDS epidemic to the COVID-19 pandemic, CMO Craig Joseph posits that our healthcare systems should learn and grow from past public health crises.

ERP Consulting

Connecting operational and clinical data for optimum performance

Vital data slip through the cracks when the ERP and EHR aren’t properly integrated, costing healthcare organizations millions of dollars in revenue leakage.


Must EHRs become platforms?

Must an EHR vendor become an EHR platform or risk facing extinction? Read more for Dr. Craig Joseph's insights.

digital health

Patient empowerment starts with control of their own data

As providing proof of a COVID-19 vaccination becomes the norm, Manager of Digital Health and Interoperability Keith Brick gives his take on a SMART way to get patients the data they need.


'When' not 'if': Resilience is an essential component of healthcare cybersecurity

Building a cyber-resilient healthcare organization begins with a change of mindset.

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