Healthcare News & Insights

Rural hospital integrates healthcare apps to drive revenue with better patient outcomes

Prospering in today’s healthcare system isn’t easy, but it can be done. In this guest post, David Dallago, former chairman of McKinley County Commission, and Donald Voltz, MD, medical director of the main operating room, department of anesthesiology, Aultman Hospital, offer an uplifting real-life story about how one rural hospital did just that with a […] [MORE]

Why hospitals need active shooter insurance

With the unfortunate rise in mass shooting incidents in the United States, hospitals are constantly practicing simulation drills, ensuring hospital personnel – doctors, nurses, counselors, administration, etc. – know how to respond to a rapid influx of patients with serious gunshot injuries. But what if a mass shooting takes place at the hospital? Are they […] [MORE]

3 tools are making health care more personal

The time is now for the healthcare industry to embrace personalized health care and all of its benefits. How? In this guest post, Marc Helberg, managing VP at a consulting firm driven to create innovative, growth-oriented and people-first solutions, reveals three tools that are already helping make personalization a reality.

Phishing in the healthcare industry: What you need to know

Phishing is the No. 1 cyber threat faced by the healthcare industry, and it’s not going away any time soon. In fact, it’s only going to get worse. In this guest post, Lindsey Havens, director of marketing at an organization that protects businesses against cyberattacks, offers what you can do about it.

Making cyber crises less terrifying

No hospital wants to experience a cyber breach. But hospitals should prepare for one in advance so they aren’t scrambling last minute and make matters worse. In this guest post, Eden Gillott, president of a strategic communications and reputation management firm, details how to prepare for a cyber emergency.

3 easy cures for unhealthy medical knowledge management

Many of today’s healthcare organizations still show symptoms of underdeveloped knowledge management processes. In this guest post, Mike Hicks, VP of strategy at a developer of online communities and social software for business, offers symptoms that suggest your information management process might be lacking and ways to fix them.

It’s the digital era: Make sure your healthcare tech meets the demands

When it comes to the use of technology in health care, connectivity is constantly evolving. In this guest post, Susan McReynolds, vertical strategy manager for a communications networking provider, offers three of the most notable strategies, policies and solutions to adopting critical-care technologies without falling victim to hackers.

How to meet patient demand for AI in health care

The past 10 years have given us some truly innovative technology; now, healthcare providers are beginning to figure out the best ways to use it. They would do well to follow other industries by listening to consumers – in this case, patients – to determine the best way to incorporate this technology into their workflows. […] [MORE]

How to creatively address the healthcare IT staffing shortage

Keeping good, qualified IT people is hard in today’s healthcare environment. But it’s extremely important for the success of any hospital. In this guest post, Gary Palgon, VP of healthcare and life sciences solutions at a company that provides integration and data management solutions, offers creative strategies for addressing the healthcare IT staffing shortage.

Everything you need to know about Orangeworm – A new criminal group making the rounds in healthcare

Hospitals are no stranger to malware and ransomware attacks. From WannaCry’s impact on National Health Services to the myriad data breaches we’ve seen over the past decade, the health sector is a constant target. In this guest post, Max Emelianov, CEO of a web hosting company, tells you about a new attack group that has […] [MORE]