Healthcare

Software as a Service (SaaS), the largest segment of the cloud computing market, is transforming enterprises across industries. In the healthcare sector, pressure to reduce costs, improve patient outcomes and enhance efficiency and productivity are driving the rapid adoption of SaaS applications. According to Grand View Research, the global healthcare software as a service market …

Gaining the Most with the Least Risk: Secure SaaS Solutions Drive Healthcare Innovation and Performance Read More »

Digital transformation, accelerated by the pandemic, is continuing to evolve in the healthcare industry. Today, healthcare organizations recognize that digital innovation that leads to more connected healthcare is critical for organizations to survive and thrive in the post-pandemic world. While the pace of digital transformation accelerated across the healthcare industry during the pandemic, many healthcare …

Digital Transformation: Secure, Enterprise-Grade Mobile Messaging Mission Critical to Connected Healthcare Read More »

The Quadruple Aim of the healthcare industry is focused on improving health outcomes, enhancing patient experience, reducing costs and preventing loss of revenue and improving wellness and satisfaction of healthcare workers. Today, technology such as secure, compliant mobile messaging and collaboration platforms play a key role in supporting healthcare providers in their drive to achieve …

Mobile Messaging Platforms Support the Quadruple Aim of the Healthcare Industry Read More »

The terrible reality that is the COVID-19 health crisis has left an indelible and far reaching impact on society affecting everything from how we live to how we socialize to how we work. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread worldwide, public health and safety concerns are shifting workplace dynamics to remote working. As this …

Acceleration of Remote Working Increases Cyber Threats for Organizations Read More »

Doctors and nurses can now send electronic messages to each other with the blessing of The Joint Commission, a highly respected organization that accredits and certifies nearly 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. In its May 2016 Perspectives newsletter, the Commission announced that “licensed independent practitioners or other practitioners in accordance …

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