The American Hospital Association has sounded the alarm over the hospital labor shortage, and software companies have the opportunity to respond with solutions.
Here are some of the most noteworthy examples of how blockchain innovates industries for the better.
Here’s how post-COVID trends are playing out throughout different verticals, as well as key insights that will help ISVs and VARs guide their clients toward a successful 2022 and beyond.
Healthcare workers need whatever device they use or share to recognize their user profile and enable secure, rapid access to all the data and applications they need.
Whether it’s validating vaccine authenticity or confirming if a designer bag is real, distributed ledger technology (DLT) and other blockchain solutions are making a huge splash.
Integrating your solutions mobile printers adds value for clinicians fighting COVID-19.
Research identifies the impact cyberattacks have on this industry and the help they need to mitigate them.
Healthcare providers' reliance on mobile solutions increased during the pandemic, and adoption is expected to grow even more.
Intelligent automation has the potential to address the logistical challenges of vaccine rollout and help healthcare workers focus on the critical tasks at hand.
Benefits to Alliance Track members include demo kits, marketing development funds and the opportunity for hardware products to achieve Zebra Compatible or Zebra Validated accreditation.
When it comes to patient care, hospitals must improve workflows and maximize the use of their existing assets.
From patient registration to check-out and every step of the patient journey in between, touchscreens streamline workflows, increase efficiency and enhance the patient experience.
Integrating blockchain-based strategies into healthcare operations can assist medical staff in combating the overwhelming pandemic crisis.
Looking for an example of dealing with data from multiple sources, structured in different ways, unequivocally tied to context and necessary for critical decisions? Look no further than coronavirus analysis and modeling.
Predictive and prescriptive analytics are just making an impact on healthcare and creating new opportunities for developers.