29 June, 2020

What to expect from healthcare technology in these current times

By Cesilia Faustina

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been huge pressure on the healthcare sector to handle huge intakes of patients and demands for healthcare products and services. This obviously has not been easy for healthcare providers, hospitals in particular, but it has shown some great utilization for the health tech sector though.

The coronavirus is changing the way we understand the world, and the way healthcare is operating. Society is coming to terms with the fact that coronavirus is here to stay and are slowly adapting to the new normal. One prominent way communities are handling this new normal is with the implementation of technology.

25 June, 2020

Everything you need to know about handling patients' information

By Omar Abdul-Hafiz

The healthcare landscape has witnessed dramatic changes and developments throughout the decades on all levels. For example, going back about 6 to 7 decades ago, there was almost no way to identify the sex of an embryo before it was born. The mere idea of actually “seeing” that embryo grow from a wee 0.13-inch sized fetus in its 5th week to a near fully-grown baby in the final weeks of pregnancy was, back then, a thing of science fiction. Fast-forward to the ’80s, however, this started to become very possible with the widespread of ultrasound devices.

But the development doesn’t simply stop here, as it extends to every other aspect of the healthcare sector, most notably in the way we now handle patients’ medical data.

24 June, 2020

Emerging digital trends in clinical software

By Cesilia Faustina

In 2020, the healthcare sector is expected to face new profound challenges and trends. Fuelled by advancements in the digital health sector, digital transformation is surely going to be a major foundation for delivering a personalized future.

This will give way for the healthcare sector to be more innovative while promoting greater collaboration and coming up with cheaper and more direct tools for clinicians.

22 June, 2020

The future of HIS and what you need to know

By Cesilia Faustina

Hospital Information System, also known as HIS, has become an important part of hospitals today with many healthcare providers adopting HIS as an important mean to establish efficiency.

HIS itself is a data system used to manage associated hospital activities, such as finance, administration, planning, and documentation. It functions as a centralized platform where all data about patients, doctors, staff, and any hospital-related information are stored and collected.

This system has made it easier for hospitals to function in a more productive manner, limiting the amount of errors and achieving speedier results in the process. The rising demands for healthcare nowadays have made it impossible to manage overwhelming amounts of data through manual processes, which is why HIS has become an integral part of the way hospitals function.

18 June, 2020

Top 5 healthcare technologies that's changed the game

By: Cesilia Faustina

Within the last decade, we have seen great developments in the healthcare sector. The rise of demands and changes in the industry has led to an evolution in healthcare workflows. This evolution lays in the power of technology. Technological developments have changed the game for healthcare providers all over the world. From becoming a painstaking manual hassle to a fast-paced insurance-ready process.

Thanks to the rise of healthcare technology and smartphones we now see improved innovation for the sector, where patients are not limited to in-house consultation anymore, but can even receive medical advice from the comforts of their homes, something extremely useful for today’s new normal.

17 June, 2020

How to get your business back on track after COVID-19

By Omar Abdul-Hafiz

After nearly three months of tight measures against the spread of the coronavirus disease, many countries around the world are starting to bring things back to normal at a slow and cautious pace.

In the aftermath of the global coronavirus tragedy, many businesses, big and small, are faced with an urgent need to re-think many of their long-standing plans and strategies.

Assess the damage

The first step to take right after a crisis is to look and assess the damage it has inflicted upon your business, and this damage can take many forms. To put it simply, this article will focus on two major points as far as damage assessment is concerned.

15 June, 2020

Why healthcare integration is the future of hospital operation

By Cesilia Faustina

The healthcare industry is changing. As we are faced with more and more demands from patients and the healthcare environment itself, things are getting both complicated and difficult. How exactly is somebody supposed to manage different healthcare spending, limited resources and provide great patient care? The answer is, you can’t, not without some innovation at least.

With the talks of flying cars and robot assistants, it is no surprise that the next solution for many healthcare providers includes the use of hospital information systems. 

11 June, 2020

Where manufacturers are headed in light of uncertainty

By: Cesilia Faustina

Coronavirus has caused great disruption towards global manufacturing and supply chain. Since the start of it all, it has continued to challenge the path our economy is headed towards and witnessing permanent change for our global economy.

This is not a new thing, however; our world has undergone major changes in light of a crisis for years. The Great Depression redefined the way our economy worked and has since affected people impacted until today. World War II also created a major shift in the way manufacturing and the economy worked; many people went unemployed and were forced to shift to different industries, while manufacturing became a powerhouse industry to provide for the war.

08 June, 2020

The significant role of HR systems in business

By: Lana Bawaneh

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We all agree that Human Resources is one of the most essential and critical functions of every company. For some people, HR is all about managing employees only, but as it turns out, that they have so many responsibilities that require qualified people and advanced tools to be performed successfully.

I actually don’t have deep knowledge in HR management and their exact tasks, but the things I know were enough to make me write this article and to appreciate the important role of the HR in companies. One of the things that encouraged me to create this article is that many people focus on the achievements of the operational or technical departments in making the business up and running.

04 June, 2020

Business Expenses to Reconsider in the Wake of COVID-19

By: Drew Page 

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In light of the global pandemic, the economic landscape is changing for nearly every industry and it’s essential business leaders act swiftly and diligently in order to survive the recession.

No matter what industry your business serves, whether it’s insurance, healthcare, or education, disruption has rippled through them all. From uncertain claim coverage regarding coronavirus, a freeze in elective healthcare, to campus closures, we’ve all had to adapt.

The strategic actions taken by business owners and operators during this time will determine the future of their companies.

01 June, 2020

How to choose a Document Management System that suits your business

By: Lana Bawnaeh 

Let’s look back at how organizations used to keep everything related to their businesses documented and archived before having a Document Management System.

Back in the days, documents were generated using printers which consumed a lot of time and effort, not to mention the number of papers wasted in the process. Keeping all of these documents and papers physically stored in storage areas used to cost companies large sums of money. Depending on the nature of documents, some of them are considered very critical. Furthermore, there was usually a storage plan implemented to keep them off-site rather than in-house.

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