A Healthcare Prescription for the GCC

May 16, 2018

The healthcare industry across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is in the midst of a transition, one that will help improve the operating environment, reduce costs and increase opportunities across the value chain of the multibillion-dollar industry. However, there are many gaps that must be bridged and several weaknesses that need to be addressed for the industry to reach global standards.
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End-User Cybersecurity Knowledge in the Healthcare Space

whitePaper | March 2, 2018

Exploring how medical staff and other end users in the healthcare industry performed on cybersecurity assessments across a range of topics, This report will help healthcare organizations gain a better understanding of the end-user knowledge gaps that are affecting their security postures and increasing risk. It is a valuable resource for any information security professional who is planning and executing a security awareness and training program within this industry.

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Population Health Management: Optimizing Pharmacy’s Capacity for Value-Based Patient Care

whitePaper | March 22, 2018

This whitepaper addresses value-based health care as a driver of Population Health Management (PHM), the integral role of pharmacy-based Population Health Management, and strategies for optimizing patient care capacity to improve health outcomes and lower costs of patient care.

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BUSINESSES AT WORK HEALTHCARE 2018

whitePaper | June 7, 2018

This annual report offers an in-depth look into how healthcare employees, partners, contractors, and customers are adopting secure, reliable new technology to be productive with various apps and services, successfully fueling the industry's evolution.

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The art and science of designing personalized interventions

whitePaper | April 1, 2016

In recent years, the changing health landscape, which has seen a focus shift from acute to chronic disease management, has impacted the roles of healthcare providers and patients. In an acute setting, the healthcare professional is the expert in control of managing the situation; this happens in a comparatively short and fixed period of time. In chronic disease management, patients have a bigger role in managing their condition. To some extent they become the experts, particularly in terms of their ongoing and ever-changing personal experience of the disease.

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Forget Telemedicine Complexity. Get Reimbursed Faster.

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Telemedicine reimbursement is one of the most common obstacles to telehealth integration. Review the benefits of telehealth to patients and practices, the challenges of reimbursement, and how to overcome complexities to quickly generate revenue.

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Saint Thomas Health Expands Services and Bridges Distances for Rural Patients with Cisco Health Presence

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Saint Thomas Health (STHe) is the leading healthcare provider in Nashville and the surrounding area of Middle Tennessee. STHe is part of Ascension Health, America’s largest Catholic hospital system and one of the largest providers of charity care in the nation. To help achieve its mission of “serving all persons,” Saint Thomas sought a nextgeneration telehealth service that would reduce inefficiencies, raise satisfaction, and lower costs. Under the traditional care delivery system, physicians and patients were forced to drive long distances, sometimes as long as three hours round trip, for routine appointments.

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