Old School to New School: What Healthcare IT can Learn from Baseball

One deals in bats and balls. The other manages bits and bytes. But when it comes to using statistics to drive organizational change, New York Yankees’ General Manager Brian Cashman and Pixel Health CEO Michael Feld couldn’t agree more.  Cashman and Feld say changing the game comes down to using analytics to get buy-in, adoption,…

The Infrastructure Adoption Model: Identifying Your Leaky Pipes

It All Starts With Plumbing. Electronic Health Records, population health, data analytics, telemedicine, and other healthcare technology initiatives are directly reliant on the agility, security, and operational efficiency of the technical infrastructure on which it sits. Planning for future scalability takes strategic and tactical know-how. And to benchmark where a health system is on its…

Disaster Recovery as a Service: A New Niche in HealthcareIT

VertitechIT’s three-node, hyper-converged infrastructure design is being adopted nationwide and ensures 24/7 availability, reduces operating costs, and enables redirection of IT personnel and financial capital to other areas. In many ways, it turns disaster recovery into high availability. But that doesn’t mean you can abandon a DR solution altogether. Our partner US Signal has a…

Best IT Blogs 2018: Must-Read Resources for CIOs, IT & Security Pros

Information Technology.  Sometimes we get so focused on the bits and bytes side of the equation we forget about the information part.  When it comes right down to it, IT is all about using technology to inform, to communicate, to make the business of doing business easier and more understandable. That’s why we compiled this…