sponsored by Dell, Inc.
Posted:  20 Jun 2012
Published:  20 Jun 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Hospitals today are on the forefront of a massive healthcare revolution. The need to create powerful, industry-wide standards has taken the world by storm, driving the need for capitation, consolidation, coordination, competition, and consumerism. Technology is the key enabler of this initiative and essential to its success. However, just adopting technology will not suffice, it is vital to align the technology with your organization’s goals to ensure benefits for you patients, payers, and providers alike.

In this resource, uncover a 4-step plan to adopting healthcare information technology. Learn why – despite the fact that digital medical data is just coming to fruition – it is the key first stop to reforming healthcare and changing how hospitals operate, collaborate, and deliver care.

Discover how healthcare information technology can help not only find efficient processes and treatments, but also help industries aggregate and analyze data on a regional or national scale, making the vision of personalized medicine one step closer to a reality.

Barcodes | Collaboration | Data Security | Data Storage | EHR (Electronic Health Records) | Health Care Applications Software | Health Care Compliance | Health Care Industry | Health Care Security | Health Care Software | Health Care Storage | Medical Software | Remote Access Security | Security

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