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Imagining the Clinical Workflow via Smart Speaker

“Siri, what’s the weather like today?” “Google, play me my workout playlist.” “Alexa, initiate hip replacement surgery.” One of those commands is not like the others. While it may be quite some time before we’re able to have highly coordinated control of robotic surgical systems via Smart speakers, we’re already... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare IT, Healthcare Technology Solutions, blog

CMS Information Blocking Proposal Points the Way to the Future of Health IT

It’s time to give you the 411 on information blocking. (for anyone born after 1985: 411 was a number you dialed in order to get information about a business or person whose contact details you didn’t have. And it still works! Try it some time). At the beginning of February 2019, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare IT, Interoperability, blog

IT in the ED? The Growing Role of Tech in the Emergency Room

One area we don't typically think of when we discuss health care IT is the emergency department (ED). That's because a fast-paced environment and the need for one-on-one care is not always conducive to technology solutions whose purpose is to automate aspects of care. Patients need help as quickly as possible, and... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare IT, Healthcare Technology Solutions

Three Must-Haves for Turning Healthcare Data into Healthcare Policy

We’re awash in data. It’s on our phones, it’s saved on our computers, our networks. It’s in the cloud. In a relatively short period of time, we’ve gone from an analog world where data was exceedingly rare to an era where there’s literally more data available than humans could possibly process. There’s not much we do... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare IT, Interoperability, blog

Ensocare Product Manager Turns Ideas into Reality

For Karen Underwood, Director of Product Management for Ensocare, the most exciting thing about healthcare isn’t what’s happening today. It’s trying to anticipate what’s going to be the next big thing tomorrow. Read More

by Marc Costanzo in Healthcare IT, Employee Profile, blog

Healthcare Wearables: What IT Experts Need To Know

For ages, one insurmountable hurdle stood in the way of health care reaching its full potential. That hurdle? The simple truth that a patient’s well-being was out of the hands of the care team the moment the patient left their sight. That’s changed with the advent of wearable devices that give physicians, care... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare IT, Healthcare Technology Solutions, Mobile Technology

Ensocare CEO Advises Tech Students: Choose Healthcare IT [VIDEO]

“Saving a patient’s life…that’s pretty cool.” In this short video, Ensocare President and CEO Luis Castillo shares his advice for students who are interested in entering the IT field. Read More

by Jill Reeves, MHA in Healthcare IT, Healthcare Technology Solutions

Ensocare Junior Web Developer Embraces Change

Chad White knows a thing or two about change. Not only did he become a parent to his daughter, Noelle, in the last couple years, the Ensocare Junior Web Developer also recently transitioned into a new career in the IT field. After spending more than a decade in graphic design and corporate sign production, Chad took a... Read More

by Ensocare in Healthcare IT, Employee Profile

How Health IT Can Create Population Health Solutions

Population health is about improving outcomes for communities by improving outcomes for the individual. Healthcare has shifted to coordinate care across networks, and providers need solutions to properly engage with their populations. To do that, health IT (HIT) leaders must deliver the necessary solutions and... Read More

by Ensocare in Healthcare IT, Population Health, Cerner

Virtual Health – Coordinating Care In The Future

Digital products like Alexa and Siri “learn” a person’s favorite restaurants, music and retail stores and make recommendations on different eateries to visit, items to buy or events to attend. These tools can also perform simple tasks, such as turning on lights, locking doors, adding to a running list of needed... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Healthcare IT, Cybersecurity