Fred Pennic is the founder of HIT Consultant. Fred has significant experience as a management consultant working with healthcare providers across the country. As a digital media strategist, Fred assists healthcare technology companies in improving the ROI of their brand visibility/awareness, content marketing strategies, and digital/social media campaigns.
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New IDC Health Insights reports highlights the high growth opportunity of the emerging population health management market as the industry focuses on big data.
In May, Enspektos, an innovation consultancy, will be holding a unique all-Web digital health conference, digihealth pulse Virtual 2014 (DHPV 2014).
eCaring, a New York-based health care company that provides a unique cloud-based home care management and monitoring system, announced that it recently secured $3.5 million in Series A funding.
Health IT funding reached $858 million in venture capital funding in 163 deals making it the highest dollar amount raised by the sector in a single quarter to date, according to a new report by Mercom Capital Group, LLC.
The total dollars spent on medications in the U.S. reached $329.2 billion in 2013, up 3.2 percent, according to according to a new report issued today by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics.
Private HIEs outnumber public ones. They are growing at triple digit rates and pushing hospitals to expand connections with patients, payers, physicians, ancillary providers, and other hospitals.
Can Google Glass serve as a tool to improve the lives of patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease?
The European Commission has announced the launch of a mHealth consultation on utilizing mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets to improve patient care
eClinicalWorks, provider of ambulatory healthcare IT solutions, was named the most used system across Accountable Care Organization (ACO) functional categories among both electronic health record (EHR) and third-party vendors
Hospital administrators estimate that one-third of healthcare costs are the result of tests and treatments that aren’t medically necessary and ordered to prevent lawsuits