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Among the most important curent focuses for healthcare technology in provider, research, teaching and other medical environments is the (secure, stable) interoperability of systems, software and data across platforms, devices, locations and in on-demand paradigms.

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With the market for electronic health records predicted to be worth about $35.2 billion by 2019, the steady rise of data has increased the need to strengthen the software to make data more accessible, reduce errors and increase the ease of use.

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In an article last week from Healthcare IT News, Editor-in-Chief Tom Sullivan shares information about the features of Windows 10 that are specifically tailored to healthcare settings.  

Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, keeps speaking of the "One Windows" strategy, which will give hospitals that ability to consolidate various devices onto Windows 10.  However, until that day comes, Microsoft has incorporated some healthcare-focused functionality into the new operating system (OS).

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In an article last week from FierceHealthIT, author Katie Dvorak explains how while technology in the healthcare system makes things easier, it also makes things more complicated; specifically from a security perspective.  Security should be a top priority for healthcare organizations since simply having good technical people will no longer stop breaches.

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In an article last week on EnterpriseTech, writer Alison Diana explains how healthcare organizations are now relying on Cloud to do more than support electronic medical records.  While the healthcare industry has lagged behind others in cloud adoption, Research and Markets says an "increasing number of companies are coming forward, adopting and utilizing cloud-based applications."

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A March 12, article on the Healthcare IT News website, contains an extensive, valuable infographic entitled, “A look at the impact of IT in Nursing.”

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