With the market becoming increasingly crowded, how can healthcare IT leaders select the right interoperability cloud solution for their organization? It starts with defining your goals, says CIO David Chou in this blog.
With phishing attacks becoming increasingly sophisticated, the smart approach is to focus not on prevention, but on identifying the most likely targets, putting controls in place, and offering continuous education, according to our cybersecurity experts.
Having the right infrastructure in place is certainly critical in being able to leverage cloud technologies, but it’s not the only key building block, according to CIOs Aaron Miri and Zafar Chaudry, who talked about the importance of trust.
The challenges that stand in the way of presenting actionable data at the point of care aren’t all technical, according to our panelists, who discussed how they’re overcoming issues like distrust, and how cloud can make an impact.
Forget what you think you know. The private cloud approach, particularly in the context of EHR as a service, can “deliver an on-premise solution that provides a cloud-like experience,” said Aivars Apsite of HPE during a recent webinar.