What’s Trending in Healthcare? Top 5 Posts

With so many blogs out there about various medical subjects, it can be hard to keep up on healthcare trends! Here to help you navigate the “good stuff” are five interesting or important posts I picked from the Novarad blog.

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The number one concern right now in healthcare (and for the foreseeable future) is security. Are you doing enough to protect your data?

This article covers all aspects of the hack, and what you can do to prevent it from happening in your backyard.

Just Throw It Up to the Cloud (Storage) 

Most healthcare provider’s solution to added security and storage solutions is turning to cloud-based services. This article tells you what to look for when selecting a cloud provider from security measures and disaster recovery to remote access and more.

Women’s Imaging… What’s Best? 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Therefore, when is a better time to see how we can improve our facilities when it comes to breast cancer scans?

Technology has taken us beyond just the mammogram. We now work with different specialized treatments for any situation from women with dense breasts to those with a family history of the disease.

Ensure your facility has what it needs to help all varieties of women and serve their healthcare needs.

One (Easy) Step to Interoperability

Interoperability is the number one healthcare buzzword of 2016. This is likely because the number one complaint in healthcare is lack of easy access to healthcare data. In this article we discuss solutions for your facility to access patient data from anywhere, and how to get it quickly and effectively.

As the world of healthcare changes, are you changing with it?  Healthcare changes and progress

This article discusses ways to improve your practice, from advanced up-to-date IT solutions to simply learning from your peers.

However, what’s necessary to improve our practice doesn’t always mean breaking the bank. All you need is to simply be more aware of patient expectations and needs!


This post was written by Allie Robinson, a business policy analyst with Novarad. 

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