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Legacy Modernization: Look to the Cloud and Open Systems

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Forget Email: The Case for Private Social Media in Healthcare

July 8, 2012 No Comments

Enterprise social networks that provide privacy, security and collaboration in a private health community built around both people and subject matters will be the thing that accelerates social media adoption faster than any technology trend that has ever touched healthcare.

When you combine the power of collaboration with the ability to assimilate information in context and respond in real time, you have the basic ingredients to truly transform healthcare. Social media supported on-premise through private cloud architecture and deployed specifically for the hospital to engage both physicians and patients might be just the right medicine.

Read More of Gary Ferguson’s Blog Post on TIBCO

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