For enterprises looking at NGFWs, the most important consideration is: Will this new technology empower your security teams to securely enable applications to the benefit of the organization? It's not about blocking applications, but safely enabling these applications at the firewall.
Empowering Today's mHealth Professionals for Dynamic Productivity: In the highly mobile health environment, care teams need fast, easy ways to communicate and collaborate with each other and their patients. While enabling anytime, anywhere productivity can directly inform an organization's ability to drive high-quality, low-cost health services, it must also address privacy, compliance and security concerns. This solutions brief highlights personalized, dynamic solutions to empower mHealth professionals with new tools that maximize those abilities.Managed Care for Medicaid - Assess, Implement, and Administer: Today, as states struggle with budget pressures and brace for the national reform, interest in various managed care strategies continues to grow. A well-executed managed care effort can help control costs while improving access and quality of care. This paper addresses how to evaluate, deploy, and administer managed care systems in the Medicaid environment. Best Practices for Monitoring Data Quality: Improve Database Effectiveness with Accurate Data: Data accuracy is a major area of focus for most organizations. Despite the overall advances in analytics and business intelligence, most agencies struggle with data accuracy. According to a 2013 Experian QAS survey, 94 percent of organizations believe there is some level of inaccuracy within their systems. To prevent inaccuracies in improve database performance and reporting, it's more important than ever for agencies to monitor data quality.
Creating an Inpatient Clinic, the Future of Inpatient Medicine: Phoenix VA Health Care System has implemented the "computer on wheels" approach to take the office and work flow back to the bedside. By doing this, they completed rounds, charting, and discharges at the bedside and were able to predict when they would be at the bedside, creating "appointments" for nursing, ancillary services, and family to know when staff would be present.