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WEBINAR: Rounding in the 21st Century- Going Mobile

The practice of rounding by nurses, physicians, support services and hospital administrators is one of the most effective and necessary functions in hospitals, supporting quality goals. The data collected from rounding is essential to improving healthcare outcomes- identifying insights and trends around critical issues such as adverse events, employee safety, or even often-overlooked issues like

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Ignite 2017: Cybersecurity Conference

How Verge Health Deployed a 24×7 Healthcare System on AWS Track 4: Securing AWS Deployments Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 Time: 4:00pm – 4:50pm Speakers: James Lawson, Verge Health, Chief Solutions Officer Vivek Desai, CISM, CISSP, Verge Health, Director of Information Security Gerry Miller, Cloudticity, Founder and Chief Technology Officer Securing healthcare applications and data

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Hospital datacenters: Extinct in 5 years?

Prominent healthcare executives are predicting a drastic shift from on-premise IT infrastructure into the cloud. That includes electronic health records, clinical decision support and analytics. Today one would be hard-pressed to find a fistful of companies that consider generating their own power a competitive advantage — some hospital systems, rather, are harnessing cloud infrastructure services

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Inge Garrison, RN, MSN to Present at AONE

The practice of rounding by nurses, physicians, support services and hospital administrators is one of the most effective and necessary functions in hospitals, supporting quality goals. The data collected from rounding is essential to improving healthcare outcomes- identifying insights and trends around critical issues such as adverse events, employee safety, or even often-overlooked issues like

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The Patient Experience Is Clinical

By Mark Crockett, M.D., CEO, Verge Solutions As quickly as healthcare began to focus on patient experience, the law of unintended consequences kicked in. While well received as a tool to help improve care, this situation unintentionally gave rise to a consumer culture around patient treatment. Today’s value-based care arrangements call for providers to take

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