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Survey with CHIME shows how trends in healthcare tie to tech
This article is part of the Pulse issue of July 2017
Trends in healthcare -- both good and bad -- often tie directly to technology. Tighter data security, improved patient engagement and better analytics from business intelligence all show great staying power for health IT departments. That wish list is a big inspiration behind our 2017 Health IT Purchasing Intentions Survey, which we conducted earlier this year. By polling hundreds of professionals working in hospitals, ambulatory clinics and other healthcare settings, we peek into future technology buys and let you compare your own organization's plans with those of your peers. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the cooperation we received on sending out the survey from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, or CHIME, a trade group that represents the interests of healthcare CIOs. CHIME's staff members have been useful to SearchHealthIT over the years in helping us track down executives to interview for stories or gather information about trends in healthcare IT. Thank you, everyone at CHIME, for your ...
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Hospital IT professionals are welcoming patient engagement technology, based on the results of a purchasing intentions survey by TechTarget and CHIME.
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SearchHealthIT's recent IT purchasing intentions survey -- done in conjunction with CHIME -- points to technology spending priorities at the top of CIOs' minds.