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Meeting the Needs of Today’s Healthcare Consumer

Oct 5th, 2016

Healthcare in the United States is changing rapidly, and many factors are putting a strain on the industry—the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care; a shortage of doctors, nurses and health IT professionals; aging Baby Boomers who will need more and more care; the advent of healthcare technology and wearables; and an increasingly consumer-oriented patient […]



emids Recognized Among 50 Fastest-Growing Firms in Middle Tennessee

Sep 22nd, 2016

NASHVILLE The Nashville Business Journal recognized emids as one of the top 50 fastest-growing private companies in Middle Tennessee at a Sept. 16, 2016, awards ceremony presented by Bank of America Merrill Lynch at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville. emids ranked 16th on NBJ’s 2016 Fast 50 Awards list, which honored firms in the region […]

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Migrating to Cloud Platform for EHR Vendor

Apr 27th, 2016

We developed an extremely aggressive migration schedule for the EHR application, with a staggered go-to-market strategy and multiple releases in one year.



PCAST Report Pushes for Technology, Policies for Baby Boomers

Apr 8th, 2016

The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) released a report in March with several recommendations for the federal government concerning telehealth and electronic health record (EHR) policies, among other items, geared toward enabling aging Americans to live more independent lives. Co-Chairs of PCAST, John P. Holdren and Eric S. Lander, noted in […]



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Design Thinking: A UX Framework for Healthcare Apps

Jan 18th, 2016

UX design has a direct correlation to user adoption, time to complete a task, reduction in errors (thereby decreasing the risk to patient safety), a decrease in support calls, and an overall increase in user satisfaction. One of the most prominent issues facing clinicians and patients when trying to use a healthcare-related application is their […]



Understanding Barriers to Telehealth Adoption

Jan 15th, 2016

While telemedicine solutions have been around for decades, this newer version of mobile and consumer telehealth that spans the spectrum of healthcare delivery is still an enigma. Several factors pose as potential barriers to physicians adopting this technology. Reimbursement The first hurdle is cost. Even though the technology for delivering and receiving telehealth consultations is […]

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