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Companies—whether public or private—engaged in healthcare are actively seeking efficient, low-cost solutions for workable treatment options while being able to communicate with a vast and complex network of care providers and patients. Involving the creation, use and maintenance of information systems for the healthcare industry, healthcare information technology (HIT) enables effective data gathering, storage and communication across multiple platforms.

Stay informed about today’s most important HIT developments with our research and analysis covering trends in the management of patient records and imaging studies, care integration across networks, population health management, perinatal care, digital pathology, financial performance, revenue cycle management and business intelligence.
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  • Kelly Patrick | April 01, 2020
    As the daily toll of those sickened from the coronavirus continues to rise across the globe, an acute shortage of ventilators is prompting a desperate search for the critically needed machines, prompting government-led initiatives as well as private-sector partnerships to come up with new ventilator solutions.
  • Shane Walker | March 26, 2020
    The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) had to cancel its annual health IT conference due to growing concern over the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which was quickly becoming a pandemic. This marked the first time in nearly sixty years that the conference has been cancelled and as we have seen since, not only has every other conference been canceled or postponed, but entire cities are now under quarantine. To salvage as much of the conference as possible, many of the scheduled on-site meetings carried on remotely. During the meetings vendors highlighted technology that could potentially ease the strain for which many healthcare systems are now experiencing, a few examples are included in this insight.
  • Shane Walker | March 26, 2020
    The global market for radiotherapy and proton therapy equipment will continue to grow given the need to deploy more cancer equipment to battle the disease in the years to come, new research at Omdia shows.

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A four-report research package offering and in-depth view into eight different market segments within the healthcare IT market.

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  • Shane Walker | February 06, 2019
    A four-report research package offering and in-depth view into eight different market segments within the healthcare IT market.
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  • Machine Learning for Medical Diagnostics – Ecosystem Analysis
    Shane Walker | December 31, 2018
    The research contained in this report provides a taxonomy of the ecosystem supporting machine learning with diagnostic applications, the use cases for the machines, an estimate of investment in machine development, and the partnerships between suppliers and the healthcare industry. In total, more than 260 companies, academic organizations, and healthcare providers have been researched. The companies and organizations profiled are focused on aggregating and analyzing large datasets of information from clinical care services for the purpose of improving clinical decision support and health outcomes, not business analytics.
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  • Shane Walker | August 09, 2018
    IHS Markit developed this report using a variety of sources, the core of which was composed of primary research interviews with specialists. This report presents VNA and IE independently and analyzes the industry by revenues for software and services, study volume, cumulative volume, new installations, sub-regions and regions.
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  • Icon Senior Consultant, Medical Technology
    Dasha Lukiniha is a Medical Technology Consultant at Omdia.
  • Icon Research Manager, Healthcare Technology, Omdia
    Kelly Patrick manages the Healthcare Technology team, which is part of the technology practice at Omdia.

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