A recent study concluded that had all physicians in the U.S. been using HIE, Medicare would have saved $63 million annually for each therapeutic procedure performed at physicians’ offices Last month, researchers from the Brookings Institution, SUNY Buffalo and the University of Connecticut published a paper on how health information exchanges (HIEs) can reduce redundant medical procedures—an important takeaway given that the Congressional Budget Office estimates…
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There’s an ever-increasing number of threats to healthcare information. Healthcare information is more valuable and visible than ever; and, at the same time, more vulnerable than ever. You feel responsible and, as the CISO, you are responsible for its security. Conducting a comprehensive, bona fide risk assessment can be an effective first step in building credibility with the executive team and board and, therefore, in building…
The Information Technology (IT) job market can be very competitive. If you are searching for a new IT job, make sure you are doing all you can to present your very best case to prospective employers. These job search tips are offered to help you find a new job fast. Even more importantly, they will help you find your preferred job.Networking for Opportunities
There is growing long term demand for information technology services. This translates into growing career opportunities for IT professionals. However, simply “being there” isn’t enough. Just like the companies they work for, advancement minded technology consultants should have a vision of what they want their career to be, accompanied by the goals, strategies and tactics which will take them there.
A strategic plan is crucial to the success of an organization's IT, but today's healthcare landscape is calling for a more patient-centered approach to planning for information technology. Sue Sutton, president and CEO of Tower Strategies, breaks down five tips for creating a strategic plan for IT.
Information Technology (IT) professionals trying to navigate a competitive job market need more than a lead to their next assignment. A guiding principle at TDK Technologies is understanding: Fully understanding client business needs and understanding what opportunity will best fit the needs of each IT consultant. Bringing those two together requires leadership that understands IT is ultimately a ‘people’ business.