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As the pandemic wore on last year and changed how we approach even the most basic day-to-day tasks, non-emergency healthcare became a big question mark for thousands of people. This was an especially fraught situation for those who previously relied on regular in-person doctor visits for their well being, leading many to make the false choice between risking COVID-19 exposure...

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Tags: healthcare networks, healthcare IT, network performance monitoring, network performance, work from home, work from anywhere, remote work, telemedicine, healthcare, virtual healthcare, remote healthcare, telehealth

For many folks, picking up prescriptions or visiting the pharmacy goes hand-in-hand with a trip to the grocery store, an arena that Amazon has already been disrupting through their pre-pandemic purchase of Whole Foods and the post-pandemic surge in online shopping. By this logic, it only makes sense that Amazon is looking to take their increasingly brick-and-mortar wary grocery customers...

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Tags: network management, network performance monitoring, network performance, healthcare IT, healthcare network, digital transformation, healthcare transformation, virtual pharmacy, telemedicine, telehealth, virtual healthcare, healthcare, Amazon pharmacy, Amazon, pharmacy

The expansion of telehealth services is among the few bright spots of recent world events, as healthcare providers have made it easier for a wider swath of non-emergency medical visits to take place virtually, while in-person treatment has been largely reserved for COVID-19 response. As we discussed recently on the blog, this shift has been a boon for the industry,...

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St. Luke's Health Network Empowers IT Users With AppNeta
by Christine Cignoli on

St. Luke’s University Health Network, founded in 1872, is one of Pennsylvania’s leading healthcare organizations, and is home to the oldest school of nursing in the United States. SLUHN is the fastest-growing hospital system in Pennsylvania. That fast growth means new challenges for the healthcare IT team at St. Luke's, specifically the network engineering team, led by Bryan Smith and Mandy...

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