Blog
March 6, 2017

CXO Roundtable Lunch with Dave Frazee, Chief Technology Officer 3M

emids has for some time recognized value in connecting companies and executives with each other. The CMA…
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White Papers
March 6, 2017

Optimizing Your Software Releases with Risk-Based Testing

Organizations are under more pressure than ever to deliver defect-free software on a faster, more…
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Blog
February 13, 2017

How Risk-based Testing Helps Speed Time to Market

Everyone is trying to work faster these days—and that includes software development teams. But work…
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Blog
February 13, 2017

Optimizing Testing by Calculating and Eliminating Risks

No software release is perfect. That’s where testing comes in—to minimize risks and find bugs,…
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Blog
February 13, 2017

Make Software Releases More Efficient and Cost-Effective With Risk-Based Testing

Tech-focused healthcare organizations are working faster than ever to release new and updated software into…
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Blog
February 13, 2017

How Risk-Based Testing Benefits Agile Development

Modern software shops are adopting Agile development practices with vigor. An HP survey of more than 600…
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Events
January 17, 2017

We’ll be at HIMSS17 in Orlando | Booth #6745

To help you get the most out of your HIMSS17 experience, emids is providing the…
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Blog
January 3, 2017

Simplicity Is Key to Serving Today’s Healthcare Consumers

In an earlier post, we discussed how healthcare payers and providers are adapting to the…
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Blog
January 3, 2017

How Healthcare Data Can Disrupt Care—for the Better

The U.S. healthcare industry is broken: It’s too expensive, there aren’t enough primary care doctors,…
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Blog
December 20, 2016

How Consumers Are Transforming the Healthcare Experience

With a new presidential administration to begin soon and insurance premiums continuing to rise, there…
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Blog
December 20, 2016

Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and the Potential for Healthcare Disruption

Healthcare has a future akin to The Jetsons: Sensors that track patients when they enter…
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