Datamoniter Healthcare

June 15, 2019

Payers have become increasingly aware of the potential cost burden of multiple myeloma treatment over the past five The approvals of several high-cost biologics in increasingly early treatment lines Increased patient life expectancies resulting in extended treatment durations The surge in demand for high-cost combination regimens.

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St. Elizabeth Healthcare

St. Elizabeth Healthcare is one of the oldest, largest and most respected medical providers in the Greater Cincinnati region. For more than 150 years, St. Elizabeth has been the heart and soul of healthcare in Northern Kentucky. Founded with one small hospital in 1861, St. Elizabeth Healthcare now operates six facilities throughout Northern Kentucky – St. Elizabeth Covington, St. Elizabeth Edgewood, St. Elizabeth Falmouth, St. Elizabeth Florence, St. Elizabeth Ft. Thomas and St. Elizabeth Grant. St. Elizabeth also has vast resources to serve the Greater Cincinnati area, including almost 1,200 licensed beds; a physician organization, which includes more than 100 primary care and specialty office locations; 1,200 physicians with admitting privileges; nearly 7,300 associates; more than 1,200 volunteers; and three freestanding imaging centers and two ambulatory surgery centers.

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Health care trends report

Infographic | May 11, 2022

Allegion’s latest research examines the trends and challenges impacting today’s health care facilities, and how things have evolved during the past five years.

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PII Theft in Healthcare

Infographic | May 26, 2021

Healthcare organizations must do more to authenticate personnel accessing patient data to prevent personal identifiable information (PII) theft and other security breaches. They must improve their defenses by implementing strong multi-factor authentication solutions that adhere to modern security standards like FIDO 2.0.

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Hacking Healthcare – A Sensitive Industry Under Attack

Infographic | January 8, 2020

Healthcare organizations collect and store vast amounts of personal information, making them a major target for cyber-criminals. Healthcare breaches are especially serious because personal data can, in some cases, mean the difference between life and death. For example, says Carlisle, it could cause medications to become mixed up – or people might fail to get treatment for conditions such as diabetes.

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2021 Health Technology Predictions & Trends

Infographic | September 2, 2021

Healthcare was forever reshaped by the COVID-19 pandemic – now, as 2021 hits full steam ahead, that evolution is set to continue. Let’s explore some of the trends driving healthcare and healthcare technology forward in 2021 and beyond.

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Future Gazing: Healthcare in 2021 and Beyond

Infographic | October 25, 2021

During the covid-19 crisis, any healthcare provision not directly related to the pandemic moved online. This has set off an unprecedented wave of digital transformation. Metrics tell an impressive story of innovation, where the prevalence of remote care ballooned. The plugged-in society of 2021 is more primed than ever for a paradigm shift that will see the home overtake the hospital as a venue for healthcare delivery.

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The state of healthcare communications

Infographic | October 5, 2021

What are the trends, challenges, and predictions for the future of healthcare communications?Tofind out, we surveyedhundreds ofhealthcare professionals in July 2021fromhospitals and health systems nationwide and found three major takeaways: 1)Communication via unsecure or personalcommunication tools is a concern 2)Clinician burnout has increasedas a result ofthe COVID-19 pandemic.Improved communication could help address the risk 3)New communicationtechnologies are on the horizon. Download the infographic for more information and statistics on the three major takeawaysfrom the2021State of Healthcare Communications report.

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Spotlight

St. Elizabeth Healthcare

St. Elizabeth Healthcare is one of the oldest, largest and most respected medical providers in the Greater Cincinnati region. For more than 150 years, St. Elizabeth has been the heart and soul of healthcare in Northern Kentucky. Founded with one small hospital in 1861, St. Elizabeth Healthcare now operates six facilities throughout Northern Kentucky – St. Elizabeth Covington, St. Elizabeth Edgewood, St. Elizabeth Falmouth, St. Elizabeth Florence, St. Elizabeth Ft. Thomas and St. Elizabeth Grant. St. Elizabeth also has vast resources to serve the Greater Cincinnati area, including almost 1,200 licensed beds; a physician organization, which includes more than 100 primary care and specialty office locations; 1,200 physicians with admitting privileges; nearly 7,300 associates; more than 1,200 volunteers; and three freestanding imaging centers and two ambulatory surgery centers.

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