In this e-guide, read about how the technology's inherent security makes it tamper-proof, and perfect for keeping and sharing records for transactions in many scenarios. Also, discover why think-tank 'Reform' believes that the government should use blockchain technology for identity assurance services across the public sector.
Discover how to craft data-first CRM strategies and get tips about coordinating data sources for effective CRM, 5 ways to reduce risks for Salesforce deployments, and the pros and cons of current CRM software offerings.
Consolidation and acquisition marked the supplier side of the IT industry in respect of information management in 2019. The question of how modern BI and analytics software shapes up to nonrelational big data is addressed. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 information management stories of 2019.
By fighting data fragmentation and information silos, healthcare organizations can focus on what truly matters - the patient. Access this in-depth webcast to discover how to reduce overhead, gain deep data insights, and get back to providing healthcare.
In this expert e-guide, we explore how organizations across a variety of industries are leveraging SAP's in-memory platform to enhance reporting, analytics, self-service BI, ERP transformation, mobility, and more. Discover which approach to SAP HANA – on premise, in the cloud, or via mobile apps – is best for you.
This quick resource discusses the importance of telling a story with your data. Read on to discover how to create an effective narrative with the data available to you, and how this can impact your bottom line.
Clinical analytics is making inroads inrevenue cycle management, but its use isstill driven mainly by population healthand government compliance. This eguidewill discuss the recent healthcare analytics survey resultsconducted by SearchHealthIT.com & College of Healthcare InformationManagement Executives (CHIME).
Patient engagement is widely considered by many healthcare leaders as a critical component of achieving high-quality care. In this issue of Pulse, we examine how healthcare can take cues from consumer technologies to improve care, reduce costs, and strengthen the physician-patient relationship.