Health Informatics

Health informatics deals with the storage and retrieval of medical information and data. This information is used to solve problems and involves the use of science, information technology, and data analysis. Using this information improves healthcare technology and the delivery of healthcare to patients.

Electronic Medical Records and Patient Safety

With the increasing use of electronic medical records, there are many advantages to their use in patient care. When looking at electronic medical records and patient safety, using this technology can reduce the amount of medication errors and better organize patient information.

Health Care Data Security

The medical industry faces increased challenges over the next few years regarding health care data security. Since so much of the information about patients and health delivery systems is linked between computers and available to many hospitals, the potential for data leakage is ever-present.

Monitoring Chronic Diseases

Countless people suffer from chronic diseases. Health care technology is applying a monitoring system so that treatments, both negative and positive, can be recorded in the hopes of finding a more effective treatment methods or even cures.

What is E Prescribing?

In today’s world we live by technology. It is no wonder that health care technology is living in the computer realm. Learn more about E prescribing and how it can benefit you.

Adverse Drug Reporting and Notification

Having a bad reaction to a drug is a horrible thing that happens all the time. So, what can be done to update statistics in an effective manner to save more lives and suffering? The answer is: Adverse Drug Event Reporting and Notification.

Health Monitoring

The need for health monitoring systems is growing due to chronic illnesses, disease and the number seniors being on the rise. Learn more about health monitoring and how it is helping insure the protection of patients.

What is Health IT?

Health IT is another way technology is making health care better for both patients and doctors. Learn more about what IT is and how it can benefit you.