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Cloud, consumerization, wearables hot in health IT

Among the trending topics in health IT are cloud technology, consumerization of healthcare services and wearable devices, says SearchHealthIT editorial director Scott Wallask.

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Health IT analyst uses Fitbit to train for marathons

After trading in a budget wellness band for a high-tech Fitbit, a health IT analyst finds the new wearable helps him train more efficiently for marathons.

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With virtual care, Zipnosis aims at provider efficiency

Virtual care vendor Zipnosis aims to help healthcare providers deliver more efficient medical services by prescreening patients and directing them to the right doctors.


MGH CIO discusses Epic's EHR challenges and implementation

MGH CIO talks about the hospital's recent move to Epic's EHR. The hospital has encountered EHR challenges including moving off homegrown systems and a staggered implementation.

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