How to Make a Smooth Transition to Virtual Events


The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on life science events. As many live events are canceled or postponed, companies are looking to learn more about virtual events. We’re already hearing from customers that they expect to host a greater share of virtual events in the long-term. An impactful virtual event is not simply... Continue Reading →

Secrets for Interoperability Success

Bridge Connector

During a Bridge Connector HIMSSatHome webinar, our panel of experts delivered insider secrets for interoperability success. Shari Matkin, Director of Implementations, previously managed integrations for a durable medical equipment company and helped them scale app integrations from zero to over 100. Not often in life do you get the opportunity for redos professionally. But Shari... Continue Reading →

Going Digital with Remote Monitoring: Key Considerations


Due to the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic, clinical trial sites and sponsors face circumstances that have the potential to slow clinical research. With many monitors now restricted from travel, sites and sponsors are reassessing ways to share information and collaborate virtually. As a result, sites and sponsors are exploring the potential of remote monitoring solutions. In... Continue Reading →

How to Expand Your Digital Presence, According to Two Leading Healthcare CIOs


With patients acting more like consumers of healthcare and spending more time accessing information online, health systems are investing in their online presence to create experiences that attract consumers and connect them to the care they need. However, as they look to do so, many organizations are finding that executing a comprehensive, consumer-friendly, digital front... Continue Reading →

How to Engage Aging Baby Boomers with Targeted Patient Engagement


Baby boomers are getting up there in years. For health systems, this translates into ever-rising demand in service lines that cater to a large proportion of retirees – cardiology, oncology, and orthopedics, in particular. Moreso than for previous generations, baby boomers live longer with chronic conditions such as arthritis, high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes, congestive heart... Continue Reading →

Revenue Forecasting & Recognition at Contract Research Organizations: The Alternative to Spreadsheets

J2 Interactive

Because of the nature of their businesses, Contract Research Organizations (CROs) need tools that allow for reliable revenue forecasting and recognition. Some CROs need to manage hundreds of forecasts at a time. These revenue forecasts are important for overall planning and for making staffing decisions. When the future month-to-month workload can be reliably forecasted, appropriate... Continue Reading →

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