By Devin Partida – Employee wellness programs have been around for years. They help staff effectively deal with many workplace challenges, and supply them with the necessary tools to prioritize their physical and mental health. That said, the plans have become even better with the addition of technology. Learn five ways tech can enhance employee wellness programs.
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There are many associations that take on advocating and educating the healthcare and health IT communities on adoptions of health information technology and the move to value-based care. Here is the latest news from some of these organizations.
Cybernet Manufacturing, a leading ODM manufacturer of medical PCs and tablets, is bringing true PC mobility to healthcare with its Medical All-in-One Computers that power themselves and the connected peripherals.
Female health information technology (IT) workers in the United States have been consistently paid less over the past 10 years than their male peers, with the pay gap disparity worsening over time, according to a study of compensation data gathered and analyzed by HIMSS.
WEDI, the nation’s leading authority on the use of health IT to create efficiencies in healthcare information exchange, announces the winners of its annual awards program. Each award recipient was announced during WEDI-Con 2015 in Reston, Va. on Wednesday, October 28.
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