Clearwater Further Streamlines Enterprise Risk Analysis for Health Systems with Its New “Component Expert System” Technology, an Enhancement to Its IRM|Analysis™ SoftwareNASHVILLE, TN - April 4, 2019 - As the healthcare industry continues to be targeted by cyber attacks, Clearwater has released new, breakthrough technology that provides hospitals and health systems with a more intelligent view into all of the processes, people, locations, technology and components that can pose a data security risk to an information system. Clearwater’s new Component Expert System (CES), embedded in its IRM|Analysis™ software, enables hospitals and health systems to complete the security risk analysis (SRA) process more efficiently across the enterprise by logically grouping similar information system components based on their properties and associated controls. The patent-pending technology automatically identifies relevant cyber and information risk scenarios, thereby facilitating a more effective risk assessment process.
Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital selects Novarad for enterprise imaging, specialized image managementDOVER, OH - March 25, 2019 – Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital (CCUH) selected Novarad, a leader in the development of medical imaging software, to provide its facility with its Ncompass Enterprise Imaging® System and specialized image management of both DICOM and non-DICOM with the company’s SnapView® mobile app.
Stoltenberg Consulting’s Health IT Industry Outlook Survey reveals six key leadership trends for 2019PITTSBURGH, PA - March 20, 2019 - In the seventh annual Health IT Industry Outlook Survey conducted by Stoltenberg Consulting Inc., a leading healthcare information technology consulting firm, 42 percent of health IT leaders rate updating technology to improve the patient experience as the top objective for 2019, followed by measuring improvement in patient care (33 percent).
Missouri Health Connection and DrFirst Partner to Expand and Improve State-Wide Access to Life-Saving Medication History DataROCKVILLE, MD - March 12, 2019 - DrFirst, the nation’s leading provider of e-prescribing, price transparency, and medication management solutions, announced today that it has successfully implemented an interoperability gateway with Missouri Health Connection (MHC) that will give clinicians easy access to the deepest, most reliable sources of medication history. As one of the largest health information exchange (HIE) networks in the United States, MHC is the only secure, statewide HIE in Missouri. Expanding into the Midwest, MHC provides over 8,000 clinicians, hundreds of clinics and community health centers and more than 75 hospitals, and health plans with access to comprehensive patient health records for more than 20+ million patients.