Value-based healthcare is paying for quality, rather than quantity, of services. A large component of the move towards value-based care is a set of financial incentives and disincentives designed to drive quality improvement and control costs for hospital-based care.

According to a 2020 McKinsey survey of hospital CFOs, 84% of respondents indicated a negative impact on operating margins into 2021. In fact, according to Kaufman Hall, over 1⁄3 of U.S. hospitals continued to face negative gross margins through the end of 2021.

In June 2022, software giant Oracle closed its deal to acquire the health IT vendor Cerner. Valued at over $28B, the deal is one of the largest acquisitions by Oracle and anchors it firmly within the healthcare industry.

Healthcare organizations are increasingly considering new imaging technologies to serve a rapidly changing healthcare delivery landscape.

As organizations embrace environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies, healthcare technology leaders and Chief Information Officers (CIOs) must be ready for how a comprehensive approach to ESG will impact the underlying technology and services that run the business today.

Extensive experience in the industry has taught us that when trends turn to standards, it is important to develop a strategic approach and framework to evaluate whether adoption is right for an organization.

Before the implementation of the HIPAA Security Rule, what passed for security in most healthcare organizations was some network monitoring and anti-virus...

Hospital at Home care delivery is a combination of pre-hospitalization, acute, post-acute, and ambulatory services focused on a patient’s individualized care needs.

Our healthcare market has changed drastically in the past year which has enabled many care-at-home services to be viable care pathways.

Providing the proper care at the right time in the right location is the gold standard for healthcare.