Do you have a spare $1.5 million? Because if you're running an ACO, that's the average cost of operational management according to the National Association of ACOs (NAACOS).
Three Trends to Expect in 2016
Orion Health has had a productive and successful 2015 and we have so much to be grateful for; from bringing...
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How interoperability can unlock the potential of telehealth
The typical telehealth hub-and-spoke model has started to prove its value to healthcare but as the platforms become more ingrained within organizations and the business of healthcare evolves, new need
5 tips for improving data security
Increasing cyber-attacks on healthcare organizations have led to the industry becoming a lucrative target for hackers worldwide.
5 key innovations in telehealth today
Telehealth is helping patients to manage their own health as well as giving clinicians tools to deliver personalised care when patients need it.
7 reasons to buy a data platform instead of building it in-house
Enable the delivery of patient-centric care by providing clinicians with timely access to data that helps to improve the decision-making process and empower fully informed actions.
Bringing care closer to home for patients with complex health issues
Taking care out of hospital and into the community
Improving healthcare access for dementia patients
New Patient Portal in Northern Ireland
Ecosystem Thinking Accelerates Innovation
How FHIR APIs enable healthcare data to be available where it is needed
How to Involve Clinicians in Health IT Projects
clinFHIR: A tool for clinicians to learn about FHIR
The Basic Architecture of Rhapsody as a Service
RaaS is a fully managed, monitored and supported implementation of Rhapsody, hosted in a cloud environment to meet the expectations of the popular Software-as-a-Service model.
University of Louisville Hospital goes live with Rhapsody as a Service
RaaS is providing UofL Hospital rapid and scalable interoperability, connecting disparate technologies within their healthcare system
Why a partnership between telehealth and integration is important
Telehealth is one of the fastest growing areas of healthcare
The Shift to Coordinated Care Part Three
The benefit of a centralized technology platform
Next Chapter for Orion Health
Exciting news for Orion Health.
How can technology benefit healthcare in rural communities?
The purpose of incorporating technology into medicine and healthcare in rural areas is not to replace clinicians, but to enhance healthcare delivery.
Are you prepared for IoT in Healthcare?
How a cloud-based integration engine can benefit from the Internet of Things
Will social license decide on how your health data is shared?
The recent media coverage regarding data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica saw furious global debate about the pilfering of personal data on Facebook of more than 80 million people.
How can electronic referrals help to save lives?
The aim of clinical referrals is to ensure patients are referred to the right healthcare service, specialist or program giving providers the right information at the right time.
Are you getting the most out of Rhapsody and the Mapper?
Get Rhapsody Certified to find out how
The Shift to Coordinated Care Part Two: Saving Health Dollars
Without a way of sharing accurate and up-to-date information between community providers and healthcare organisations, important opportunities to improve patients’ health will be missed.
The Internet of Things is Coming to Healthcare