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When Minutes Matter: Using Telemedicine for Urgent Care

Telemedicine is a technology of time and space, linking the consumer to the doctor when and where a health issue occurs, no matter where each person is located.  That’s especially true when the health issue is urgent, and there’s... View webcast

Delivering Telehealth to Rural Populations: How to Reach the Hard-to-Reach Patient

Healthcare providers looking to connect with rural and remote populations can and should use telemedicine over a variety of channels to meet the needs of both patients and staff. Marshfield Clinic is a leading example.  Its 20-year telehealth... Download white paper

Infographic: 5 Ways Clinical Mobility can Help Move the Needle on Patient Outcomes

With a focus on patient-centered care and value-based reimbursement, healthcare providers are searching for solutions that move the needle on patient outcomes and satisfaction. Clinical mobile devices help to improve communication among care... Download white paper

Make Patient No-Shows No More: Fight the Good Fight Against Missed Appointments

Are no-shows killing your practice? Do you feel like you have too many patients who forget to show up and too many wasted appointment slots that could be making you money? No-shows are a total drag. Download this white paper to learn how you... Download white paper

Delivering Telehealth to Rural Populations: How to Reach the Hard-to-Reach Patient

Health systems across the country are finding that a well-developed telehealth platform can deliver much-needed healthcare to rural communities, where providers are scarce and access is limited. In many cases, that platform is a lifeline for... View webcast

Best Practices for Using Mobile Patient Portals to Enhance Patient-Centered Care

Patient portals have emerged as key patient engagement technologies, from their benefits for patient communications to provider participation in federal quality reporting programs. But despite portal utility and provider efforts to motivate use,... Download white paper

Saint Joseph Hospital Leverages PIVOT Clinical Smartphones for Improved Care Team Communication

Saint Joseph Hospital – a recognized leader in clinical excellence – knows that arming their nurses with the industry’s best clinical smartphones is essential to providing their patients with the best possible care. This is... Download white paper

Six Steps to Developing a Successful Clinical Smartphone Strategy

You’ve heard how clinical smartphones allow nurses to coordinate patient care more efficiently. You may have also read about the enhanced Wi-Fi and management features that allow reliable, consistent and secure communication throughout... Download white paper

Mobile Security: Threats and Countermeasures

Mobile devices are rapidly becoming the primary end-user computing platform in enterprises. The intuitive user-experience, robust computing capabilities, extensive catalog of apps, and always-on connectivity combined with portability make mobile... Download white paper

The Ultimate Guide to Enterprise Mobility Management

In addition to describing how EMM works, this guide also illustrates a typical implementation journey that explains how an organization goes about deploying and managing all the pieces of an EMM to transform business processes. By providing a... Download white paper

The Ultimate Guide to BYOD

This eBook is designed to help your organization anticipate, understand and manage 5 major questions regarding BYOD in the enterprise. In this four-part guide, we’ll look at best practices for preparing, building, rolling out and sustaining... Download white paper

Increase Patient Satisfaction and Practice Revenue with Texting

Texting is a great way to communicate with patients anytime without being intrusive. It’s easy. It’s inexpensive. Best of all, it’s what your patients want. But pudding is supposed to be full of proof, right? So we’ve... Download white paper

Getting Ahead With Telehealth: How to Launch and Maintain a Successful Platform

With recent surveys indicating more than three-quarters of all hospitals and health systems having some sort of telehealth program in pilot stages or in place, the time is right for administrators to take a closer look at the platform. How can... View webcast

Cambridge Health Alliance: Improving Patient Safety and Physician Satisfaction with EPCS

View this webinar to hear Cambridge Health Alliance's Arthur Ream III, CISO and Director of IT Applications, discuss the strategies used to integrate a fully DEA compliant solution for electronic prescribing of controlled substances directly... View webcast

10 Best Practices for Discovering the Best Mobile and IoT Devices for Healthcare

Mobile devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) are a growing part of the IT resources healthcare depends on. The integration of mobile devices into a healthcare organization’s workflows and supporting infrastructure presents great opportunities... Download white paper

Case Study: Nemours Embraces App Innovation With MobileIron

Digital health tools, BOYD programs, and mobile applications offer providers the ability to connect with patients and staff in a timely manner, from any location. As beneficial as mobile strategies can be for healthcare organizations, they also... Download white paper

Making a Secure Mobile Environment Work for Clinicians

Healthcare organizations continued to incorporate mobile devices into daily operations to connect clinicians with patient health data at a growing number of care sites. The increased number of smart devices accessing health data, applications,... View webcast

Microsoft Surface: Turbocharge Productivity & Transform Your Workplace

View Insight’s on-demand presentation of the Microsoft® Surface® portfolio of devices now, with no pressure to buy. You’ll and learn about: Surface Hub™: A meeting space simplifier that allows for more dynamic presentations... View webcast

Using Enterprise Mobility Management to Support Clinician Mobility

Healthcare organizations have the responsibility of balancing expectations for clinician mobility with federal, state, and local rules and regulations governing health data security and privacy. Maintaining compliance with HIPAA, HITECH, and... Download white paper

Supporting Clinician Mobility and Ensuring Data Security

Clinicians enjoy the ease of use their mobile devices afford them to access and use relevant health data at the point of care as well as coordinate care with other members of the care team. To support mobile preferences of clinicians, healthcare... View webcast

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