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Articles from Health Management Technology (May 1, 2012)

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Best practices in healthcare disaster recovery planning: the push to adopt EHRs is creating new data management challenges for healthcare IT executives. Ranajee, Nav 1913
Conquering the complexity of storage: converged medical infrastructure can increase storage capacity by improving the IT environment as whole. Cusick, Doug 644
Events. Conference news 278
Financial, operational assessment key to improving RCM: by establishing a committed partnership of third-party resources and internal staff, provider organizations can be proactive rather than reactionary. Ruff, Nancy 1227
Getting the lead out: Hamilton Medical Center is shifting from conventional sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries to advanced lithium-iron nano-phosphate (Li-Nano), which supports more technology at the point of care. 837
Goodbye paper, hello results: Kronos scheduling solution balances employee and business needs for WellStar. 672
HIE guide is HIMSS Book of the Year. Brief article 101
How to choose the right tablet: save time, reduce errors and ensure that the most up-to-date information stays at the clinician's fingertips throughout all stages of the care-delivery process. Stinson, Mike 615
ICD-10 delay: seven things you should do with the extra time. Guffey, Shelly; Duchek, Dawn 582
Is cloud storage right for your organization? Many healthcare organizations are looking to third-party vendors for help. Carter, Rob 1106
Keep RCM in check: practices that are successful technology adopters consistently outperform their peers. Duchek, Dawn 762
More functions, better healthcare: tablet PCs help increase efficiency, accuracy and reduce the risk of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). 1120
Network upgrade saves thousands: Navos, a non-profit mental health organization based in Seattle, went from T1 to Ethernet and reduced back-up time by 80 percent. Coleman, Jeff 573
Next-gen provider payment-processing solutions lower cost: those paper-based lockbox solutions are a thing of the past. Lacy, Jim 895
Overcoming today's PACS/RIS challenges: Health Management Technology asked select experts the following question: What are the most significant challenges today in picture archiving communications systems (PACS)/ radiology information systems (RIS), and how might these challenges best be overcome? Discussion 1163
Reimagining healthcare. Colpas, Phil Viewpoint essay 506
Roadmap for interoperable HIEs only a click away. Brief article 231

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