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HealthTech Magazine , 11-04-2021

E-signature solutions have helped healthcare organizations weather the COVID-19 pandemic and accelerate their digital transformation efforts.

HealthTech Magazine , 11-02-2021

Innovative data management technologies help organizations improve patient care and operations.

Becker's Hospital Review , 10-13-2021

The pandemic has prompted patients and healthcare providers to seek digital solutions to medical issues, with telemedicine, online medication and bill submission all becoming increasingly relevant.

CIO , 09-21-2021

Healthcare is one of the fastest growing and fastest changing industries. Rapid innovation is defining new ways to prevent, detect, and treat health issues. New models for virtual care, AI/ML driven interactions, and dynamic user interfaces are driving greater demands for how technology is used throughout the industry.

Modern Healthcare , 09-21-2021

As healthcare continues with its digital transformation, questions linger as to what role technologies like remote patient monitoring and virtual care platforms will actually play in a post-pandemic framework.

Business Insider , 09-07-2021

As US health systems prioritize financial recovery and innovation in the wake of the pandemic, the pressure is on to re-evaluate their infrastructure and emerging technology investments, and to ensure their efforts not only support the future of healthcare delivery, but also provide services more efficiently and cost-effectively.

HealthITAnalytics , 08-27-2021

De-identified data has become an important tool in medical research and for providers looking to enhance patient care.

ThinkAnthem , 08-27-2021

At Anthem, we continue to drive towards a whole-person health approach taking a more holistic view of health and leveraging data that allows us to see and address the most impactful drivers of health. As the nation continues to cope with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, studies have revealed an increased need to address behavioral healthcare.

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