Take a deep dive into the health IT trends and technologies impacting hospital IT departments and health care CIOs across the country. These expert e-books will keep health IT professionals informed about key topics such as business intelligence, data loss prevention and managing life critical networks for health care.

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BI trends in health care

By Don Fluckinger and Jeff Kelly

Analyzing clinical data can accomplish many goals: Improving patient care through understanding trends and showing paths to improvement, enhancing research and creating business efficiencies and cutting operational costs. Learn how to take advantage of business intelligence and data analytics at your health care facility.

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DLP for health care

By SearchHealthIT.com staff

Data loss prevention (DLP) in healthcare entails preventing confidential patient records from falling into the wrong hands and requires thought out, well-enforced policies and the technology to back them up. Inside this resourceful e-book, learn how to achieve DLP through data encryption, monitoring tools, risk assessments and more.

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Intelligent health care

By Don Fluckinger and Brien M. Posey

Clinical decision support technology takes business intelligence (BI) to the next level by offering caregivers evidence-based, best-practice information, providing automated responses in response to patient data and much more. Inside this e-book, learn how your healthcare facility can benefit from clinical BI tools.

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IT in the electronic hospital

By Al Gallant

The federal government's push for electronic healthcare records has made data security even more pressing. This e-book takes a look at where health care IT leaders should begin, and what they should watch out for as they move to embrace the HITECH Act and other initiatives.

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Life critical networks for 21st century health care

By Al Gallant

Because of the lifesaving nature of the networked devices, health care facilities need networks that are different than ordinary businesses. The network has to be designed to never go down, to accommodate fluctuating workloads and a variety of other requirements. Read this e-book to learn more about the importance of health care networks.

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Storage for electronic health care systems

By Al Gallant

With all of the uncertainty surrounding electronic health records, one thing is for sure: Health care facilities will be storing more data, with more protection and for a longer period of time. Learn how to accomplish comprehensive patient data storage without breaking the bank.

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Maintaining wireless network availability in hospitals

By Crystal Bedel and Don Fluckinger

A proliferation of mobile devices and legacy network architecture means many hospitals are planning wireless infrastructure investments. CIOs have options to consider and challenges to overcome.

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Ride the health care IT modernization wave: How to enter the market or grow your existing health care IT business

By Pedro Pereira

Electronic health records requirements are forcing hospitals to assess their environments. Now is the time for VARs, system integrators and resellers to plan for growth through health care technology.

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Mobile devices up the ante in health care

By Nari Kannan and Brien Posey

Mobile devices such as tablet PCs are making their way into hospitals and are increasingly being used for clinical applications. Their use brings both advantages and challenges, especially when it comes to ensuring the security of sensitive patient data.

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