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Articles by Alison Diana
posted in March 2014
Chief patient experience officers, or CXOs, are an uncommon but valuable addition to hospital executive suites.
Mobile health apps play a key role in educating consumers and could lead to a healthier, more responsible food industry.
With never-ending waves of federal regulations and new technologies, healthcare CIOs face constant change. These issues top the list of leadership challenges.
Healthcare professionals don't trust service providers' handling of patient data, study shows. Cloud services aim to help providers take control of those relationships.
Hospitals can go beyond Meaningful Use requirements to make patients happier and healthier and the bottom line better. Consider these ideas.
Healthcare professionals worry that healthcare regulations mandating patient data exchange are luring more data thieves, says Ponemon study.
Montefiore Medical Center in The Bronx is texting patients and might use Fitbits to monitor diabetic teens.
A well-equipped smartphone and a little will power can help you stay healthy. Consider these diagnostic and fitness apps.
Mobile devices are just what the doctor ordered, but not all healthcare providers' IT departments have the right tools to manage them.