Zack King, co-founder and general manager of Trinity Pharma Solutions, talks about what he sees as the big trends over the next year in healthcare and analytics.
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Real-time feedback from VigiLanz software helps clinicians quickly address issues to optimize therapy. VigiLanz automatically monitors every patient in the hospital so clinicians can spend more time improving patient care instead of gathering and monitoring data. Actionable alerts driven by each hospital’s own workflow – combined with quality surveillance, robust analysis, and expedited reporting to meet state and federal requirements – allow hospitals to improve clinical outcomes and deliver more cost effective care.
Four major technology trends, which are becoming more intertwined every day, will dominate the healthcare IT landscape in 2013, according to IDC Health Insights’ top researcher, Scott Lundstrom.
These trends — social media, cloud, big data and analytics, and mobility — already are having a big impact on many healthcare provider and payer organizations, but CIOs will be faced with managing and deploying many of these technologies as their use becomes pervasive during the coming year. Lundstrom calls these tech trends the “four pillars” of healthcare IT and recently presented them during a keynote presentation at UBM Technology’s Healthcare IT Summit.
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