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Please Cure Me: Medics dial it down

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Medical apps could drastically improve lives, but can't be accessed by those who need them most.


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Healthcare IT Most Active Market for Mergers and Acquisitions - HealthTechZone

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According to data released by Berkery Noyes Investment Bankers, healthcare IT was the most active market for mergers and acquisitions in the first half of 2013.
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mHealth to see big growth, barriers | Healthcare IT News

mHealth to see big growth, barriers | Healthcare IT News | Healthcare IT research | Scoop.it

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3 ways remote care helps patients, docs | Healthcare IT News


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Clinical mobility market grows by leaps | Healthcare IT News

Clinical mobility market grows by leaps | Healthcare IT News | Healthcare IT research | Scoop.it
U.S. clinical #mobility spending will reach $5.4 billion in 2016, up from $2.9 billion in 2011 - Healthcare IT News. http://t.co/tmZUjiB3Fy
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The New World of Healthcare IT Marketing

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Learn how digital media helps create a New World for Digital Health Marketing

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13 Healthcare IT Trends and Predictions for 2013

13 Healthcare IT Trends and Predictions for 2013 | Healthcare IT research | Scoop.it

The healthcare industry is three years into meaningful use, an ambitious incentive program to convince hospitals and private practices to use electronic health record (EHR) software. Regulators are also bringing HIPAA, the 1996 rule protecting patient data, into the 21st century. The same goes for telemedicine. On top of that, healthcare finally seems ready to benefit from big data, cloud services and other disruptive technologies that have dramatically changed other vertical industries. But certain advances won't come without a fight. Here's a look at 13 straightforward, complicated and surprising predictions for healthcare IT in 2013.

Related: 6 Innovations That Will Change Healthcare


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The quantity and variety of data available to the industry increases at an accelerating pace. Health insurers face increasingly complex questions from regulatory agencies, employer groups and individuals, and physicians. ACOs must manage the financial risk of their members across a broad set of health care providers. Hospitals reimbursement is in transition from a procedure-based to an outcome-based model. At the same time, the internal need to use this wealth of information to answer vital business questions continues to grow at exponential rates.The d-Wise Healthcare Practice solves this problem by building analytical data marts (ADMs) that allow analysts to spend the bulk of their time analyzing the business, instead of gathering, standardizing and consolidating data from disparate sources. http://www.d-wise.com/data-warehouses

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Healthcare IT Outsourcing Market Worth $504 Billion by 2018 - IT Business Net

Healthcare IT Outsourcing Market Worth $504 Billion by 2018 IT Business Net The "Healthcare IT Outsourcing Market - By Application [Provider (EHR, RCM, LIMS) Payer (CRM, Claims Management, Fraud Detection, Billing) Life Science (ERP, CTMS, CDMS)...
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Healthcare IT: Future of Health for US State Agencies | Healthcare IT News


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#HCSM Review: Social Media and Improving US Healthcare Edition

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Welcome to the latest Doctor Blog-hosted edition of HealthWorks Collective’s Health Care Social Media Review, a peer-reviewed compendium of timely, on-topic writing about healthcare from across the...
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#009: mHealth, Digital Health, TeleHealth, Healthcare IT: What Is It?

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You hear lots of buzzwords in healthcare IT today, and some even declare mHealth obsolete? What is missing?

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Healthcare Content Marketing: It’s All About Quality

Healthcare Content Marketing: It’s All About Quality | Healthcare IT research | Scoop.it

I’m going to let you in on a little secret, folks: at the end of the day, no matter what kind of social content strategy you come up with for your hospital or healthcare system, it’ll all be for naught if you don’t have good quality content.


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Twitter / HealthcareWen: Another diagram: Healthcare ...

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I see a complex system. why is it taught as a simple system? MT @HealthcareWen: Another diagram: Healthcare Ecosystem http://t.co/Racdni8TDa
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CLC bio - the world's leading bioinformatics analysis software - CLC bio

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Ted Driscoll: Top 5 pathways to personalized medicine | Healthcare IT News

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 Ted Driscoll: big data is facilitating the rise of personalized medicine:

We’re able to make better and more specific diagnoses. “Tumors aren’t just lumps, anymore,” he said. “they’re a specific type of cancer.” That is, no longer are providers relegated to diagnosing cancers in general terms. Given the ability to determine what’s actually going on at a molecular level, Driscoll said, diagnoses can be much more precise.We’re able to prescribe better targeted therapies. With better diagnoses come better treatments. “Now that we understand the recipe for life,” Driscoll said, “we can develop more precise rifle shots to address disease. We can determine which drug will work with each individual patient, and we don’t have to settle for trial and error medications.”We can make better early predictions and determine predispositions. A big part of an individual’s health data, Driscoll suggested, involves “understanding what you’re starting out life with.” That is, genetic data, which can be collected even prior to birth via non-invasive pre-natal testing, can be used to determine what diseases a person may be more susceptible to over the course of his or her life. Which, of course, leads to the potential to offer pre-emptive treatment so the disease never develops.We can expect better development of generalized therapies. “We’re not going to end up with individualized headache pills,” Driscoll cautioned, “but we will be able to develop better drugs for a broad class of people” by looking at actual genetics that form the foundation of predispositions. Moreover, citing the example of an anti-epileptic drug that has been found to work in treating colitis, Driscoll said mining data to understand the particular structure of each disease will lead to greater understanding of where diseases overlap, which will lead in turn to the more precise use of a broader range of medications.We can engineer genetics. The future, Driscoll said, will involve not just reading and understanding genetic structures, but actually modifying them. Of course, he noted, every disease is different. “There are certain diseases that you can identify with just a genetic snip you can tell, while other diseases are determined by thousand of genes. The fact is, we’ve only begun to read the recipes.” That said, Driscoll said mining ever deeper into the mountains of data that will continue to pile up will facilitate inevitably result in medical assessment and treatment tailored to the circumstances and needs of individuals.


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with big data, you get more specific diagnoses, better targeted therapies, better early predictions, better development of generalized therapies, and you can better engineer genetics. 

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Android IT Apps: part 1 of 5 – ping | Social Media, IT & Healthcare

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Why Infographics for Healthcare IT Marketing

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Discover how infographics can boost your healthcare IT marketing efforts and land more sales.

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US Healthcare IT on the Move | The Daily Scan | GenomeWeb

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RWJF report finds health IT and electronic medical records are on the rise in the US.
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CTG Honored as a Top 100 Healthcare IT Company by Healthcare Informatics - HispanicBusiness.com

CTG Honored as a Top 100 Healthcare IT Company by Healthcare Informatics HispanicBusiness.com CTG, an information technology (IT) solutions and services company, announced that it was ranked 54th in the Healthcare Informatics 100 (HCI 100), the...
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Healthcare IT Leaders Announces Best Healthcare IT Blogs of 2013 - HispanicBusiness.com

Alpharetta, Georgia (PRWEB) July 30, 2013 Healthcare IT Leaders, an award-winning consulting and staff augmentation firm that connects hospitals and health systems with top healthcare IT talent, today announced its picks for the Best Healthcare IT...

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American Institute Health Care Professionals's curator insight, July 31, 2013 2:23 PM

#healthcareITblogs #healthcareITnews #HealthcareITcommunity  If you are looking for Healthcare IT news then you might want to check out these healthcare IT blogs.    Leaders in the healthcare IT community have come up with their list of the best blogs to get information on the Health IT field.  


These blogs can offer a wealth of healthcare knowledge and can connect you to possible health IT jobs or introduce you to people who are already in the healthcare IT field.  

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Healthcare IT Outsourcing Market By Application, Infrastructure & Industry 2018

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Outsourcing is an emerging phenomenon in the healthcare information technology market. It is a screening process wherein an organization selects the most efficient third-party service provider to effectively operate its management and administrative unit. Outsourcing of IT solutions in the healthcare industry has emerged as an efficient solution to mitigate rising healthcare costs and to meet the growing demand for quality care. Over the years, the trend of outsourcing healthcare IT solutions has grown significantly among large organizations and has also attracted mid-sized organizations. In some cases, the entire information management system is outsourced, while in others, only key application services such as implementation of EMR, CRM, and billing systems are outsourced.

 

The healthcare IT outsourcing market for this report has been segmented by application and by industry. The application market is further classified as provider IT outsourcing, payer IT outsourcing, life science IT outsourcing, operational IT outsourcing, and infrastructure IT outsourcing, while the market by industry is segmented as healthcare (including hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, and clinics), biotechnology, pharmaceutical, clinical research organizations, and health insurance.

 

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The global HCIT outsourcing market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 7.6%, to reach $50.4 billion by 2018 from $35 billion in 2013. The health insurance industry, healthcare systems industry, and pharmaceutical industry are driving the HCIT outsourcing market. These industries follow the HCIT outsourcing model to enhance their focus on core business, reduce operational and maintenance costs, increase access to IT skilled and trained staff (further reducing hiring and training costs), share risk, and quickly implement new technologies.

 

Factors propelling the growth of the market are the rising pressure to curb healthcare costs across the globe and the growing need to manage cash flow in back-office administration and IT management systems of healthcare provider, payers, and the life science segment. Lack of in-house IT expertise, rise in demand for integrating solutions, growing pressure on healthcare providers to meet the “Meaningful Criteria” set by the U.S. Federal Government, new ICD-10 conversion guidelines for coding, rise in aging population, and growing medical tourism in Asia are also likely to drive the HCIT outsourcing market.

 

However, factors such as the fragmented nature of the healthcare system and HCIT outsourcing market, requirement for high investment in outsourcing IT solutions, growing concern for data security, and cultural and language barriers restrain the growth of the market.

 

North America accounts for the largest share – 72% – of the global HCIT outsourcing market and is expected to reach $36 billion by 2018 from $25 billion in 2013. Asia-Pacific and RoW are expected to register CAGRs of 8.1% and 7.8% (2013 to 2018) respectively, followed by North America (7.6%), and Europe (7.2%).

 

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Major players in the market are Accenture Plc. (Ireland), Accretive Health, Inc. (U.S.), Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (U.S.), Anthelio Healthcare Solutions (U.S.), Cognizant Technology Solutions (U.S.), Dell, Inc. (U.S.), HCL Technologies (India), Hewlett-Packard Company (U.S.), International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation (U.S.), Infosys Limited (India), McKesson Corporation (U.S.), Siemens Healthcare (Germany), Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (India), Wipro Ltd. (India), Xerox Corporation (U.S.), Epic System (U.S.), and Computer Sciences Corporation (U.S.).

 

Scope of the Report

 

The research report categorizes the healthcare information technology outsourcing market by delivery mode, by components, and application. These markets are further broken down into segments and sub-segments.

 

Global Healthcare Information Technology Outsourcing Market, by Application:

Global Provider Outsourcing Market

Electronic Health Records, Revenue Cycle Management System, Laboratory Information and Management System, Pharmacy Information and Management System, Others

 

Global Payer Outsourcing Market

Customer Relationship Management System, Claim Processing Management System, Billing System, Fraud and Detection System, Other

 

Global Life Science Outsourcing Market

Enterprise Resource Planning, Clinical Trial Management System, Clinical Database Management System, Research and Development IT services & Others

 

Global Operational Outsourcing Market

Supply Chain Management, Business Process Management & Others

 

Global Infrastructure Outsourcing Market

Infrastructure Management Services, Cloud Computing & Others

 

Global Healthcare Information Technology Outsourcing Market, by Industry:

Healthcare System, Healthcare Insurance Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Clinical Research Organization, Biotechnology & Others

 

Global Healthcare Information Technology Outsourcing Market, by Geography:

North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest of World

 

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Scripps launches pioneering mobile study #mhealth | Healthcare IT News

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Healthcare IT Market Worth $56.7 Billion by 2017 - SBWire (press release)

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Healthcare has a digital future, and we must back it

Healthcare has a digital future, and we must back it | Healthcare IT research | Scoop.it

We all know that the aging population, lifestyle-related diseases and shrinking budgets mean it will become increasingly difficult for traditional health and care services to face up to the unprecedented healthcare challenges ahead.

 

And in the face of this ticking health time bomb, service models must change fundamentally if they are to remain sustainable, efficient and effective. They must refocus their efforts on keeping people well for longer, instead of waiting for people to become sick before taking action.

 

Digital healthcare presents the perfect opportunity to deliver improved quality and safety and increased efficiency, if carefully designed. Covering a diverse range of terms (eg telemedicine, telehealthcare, e-health, mobile health, and assisted living) it is evolving rapidly. At its most basic, reminder text messages are used by GP surgeries to reduce “no shows”, and more advanced applications are helping clinicians monitor patients remotely, enabling people to live independently at home for longer.

 

The cultural shift towards increased use of technology provides the ideal platform to help people engage more positively with their health – the first step towards making healthcare sustainable for the future. But despite this, the adoption of digital technology by healthcare services has been limited to short-lived initiatives, and this is down to cost, difficulty in achieving wider adoption and cultural resistance."


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How Is Information Technology Changing Healthcare? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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"Health informatics" is the intersection of healthcare, information technology and business. Check out an infographic explaining this healthcare-IT mashup. (How Is Information Technology Changing Healthcare?
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