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  • Business intelligence aids health center

    Jefferson Medical Center used business intelligence software to measure and improve employee productivity while maintaining a high level of patient care. 

  • Rural hospital tests VPN to meet state regs

    Being out in the middle of nowhere doesn't get you off the hook when it comes to complying with state regulations. Learn how one rural Illinois hospital is trying to give patients 24/7 pharmacy access through a VPN. 

  • ITIL best practices: Wellness at your service

    Cincinnati Children's Hospital's Karen Maas is turning a creaky help desk into a well-oiled ITIL-based service desk. Now nurses and doctors can focus on making children better. 

  • Hospital admin talks shop

    Hal Weiss of Baptist Memorial Healthcare talks to SearchStorage.com about data growth, maintaining patient confidentiality and learning to forecast storage needs the hard way. 

  • CIO Conversation: Mary Finlay

    Wireless technology will help connect doctors and patients without so much red tape, one hospital CIO says. 

  • Into the woods with VoIP

    The Marine Biological Laboratory cabins on Cape Cod have no heat or local phone service -- but now the scientists in residence have VoIP. 

  • Top 10 issues for managed care CIOs

    The Managed Care Executive Group recently announced the Top 10 issues for CIOs in the managed care industry. Leading the list was consumer focus. 

  • IDC: Verticals will get 5.8% boost

    IT spending in retail and wholesale industries this year is going to spike -- fueling an 6% increase across 17 vertical markets. 

  • Salaries coming alive in health care IT

    You can't spell "vital" without "IT." Techies working in health care are making healthy amounts of money, as IT becomes a vital part of Rx.