Jim Riley took part in a panel discussion at a large, well attended, industry event in Washington, DC that saw the iCare CEO give his forward thinking remarks on such topics as Software as a Service (SaaS), cloud computing, and the future of healthcare IT. Read more>
EHRs must do much more than simply replace paper charts. By enhancing them with personal health record features, we can create a new tool that deepens patient engagement. Read more>
The “Predictive Analytics for Hospitals" breakout session on Wednesday, September 24th from 10:45am-11:45am will showcase iCare’s Enterprise Cloud Electronic Health Record and its powerful predictive analytics, the first application of its kind for hospitals. Read more>
How Cloud Computing is Changing the Healthcare IT Industry Cloud-based services are steadily becoming more widely adopted by healthcare organizations. The past year alone has seen a surge of interest regarding the potential of cloud computing with many players set to start moving healthcare-related applications across to cloud platforms in the coming months. Read more>
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There is a new vendor in the enterprise hospital electronic health records market boasting more than 20 hospitals in the implementation phase since going live in late January with its cloud-based product. With offices in San Francisco and Fort Lauderdale, iCare launched after receiving Stage 2 meaningful use complete inpatient certification, says James Brooks, chief [...]
The recent theft of by Chinese hackers highlights one undeniable truth about health care data: it's valuable, and bad people want it. Read more>
Enterprise software has been a critical tool to help companies organize data and automate painfully manual processes. And unfortunately little else. To call enterprise software “dumb” might be slightly unfair, but as “smart” devices begin to proliferate, it’s time we all accept that today’s software that we use to run our businesses is painfully ill-equipped [...]