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Healthcare IT Priorities & Challenges 2012/13
To better understand the key trends impacting Healthcare IT professionals, IQPC Exchange examined the top priorities facing heads of IM&T in health and social care organisations from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, from primary, secondary, community care and private healthcare organisations.
We asked the Healthcare IT community about their concerns and priorities for the coming year. Throughout the report we have highlighted extracts from the respondents on the challenges they are facing and their top priorities for the year ahead. Read on for the full results.
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Strategies to reduce the costs of managing healthcare data
The healthcare data landscape is changing. Today, the upsurge in the volume of digital information that hospitals generate brings some very real challenges for IT organisations in relation to how they can successfully and cost eff ectively manage, secure and protect that data, both now and in the future.
Healthcare data growth, in itself, is no real surprise. But you could be forgiven for not appreciating the extent of the data explosion1; and there are no signs of this slowing in the future. So why is the challenge of managing these large volumes of healthcare data suddenly coming to light?
This Whitepaper by Bridgehead provides information to help hospitals adapt to their changing data landscape in a bid to secure, protect and manage the rapid growth of digital patient information.
- The Inside Story - The Pilot of Online Health Records
IQPC Exchange caught up with Mike Denis, Director of Information Strategy at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, to discuss the launch of their online health records and also to find out what he thinks are the main challenges faced by heads of IT in healthcare at present and for the coming years.
Transcript for The Inside Story - The Pilot of Online Health Records
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