- Scott Mace, May 3, 2016
A patient-centered medical home for chronic care management implemented alongside just a hint of data analytics technology is making a difference.
- Scott Mace, April 26, 2016
As the volume of patient-generated data expands, one provider is finding a way to connect to that data, pair it with its EHR system, derive insights, and communicate back to the patient in a meaningful way.
- Scott Mace, April 12, 2016
Have executives run out of excuses to postpone increasing security awareness, employee training, and overall IT security budgets? Based on events of the past two months, one could make a pretty compelling case.
- Scott Mace, March 29, 2016
Optimizing block scheduling for hospital operating rooms is a potential cost savings for health systems. Having the right tools and the right data is imperative.
- Scott Mace, March 22, 2016
Rounding with IT staff has not only raised the IT skills of nurses, giving them a competitive advantage, it has also reduced the volume of help desk tickets and rewarded some IT staffers with a deeper level of purpose than ever before....
- Scott Mace, March 30, 2016
Healthcare information and security officers are leading efforts to avoid cyberattacks through training and tools as 81% of healthcare executives say that their organizations’ systems have been compromised during the past two years.
- Scott Mace, April 19, 2016
How Delaware's Christiana Care Health System leveraged a CMMI grant to build out population health across a variety of patient populations.