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Every news channel is covering the issues that were revealed at the VA – boil it all down, there appears to have been secret “wait-lists” that masked the amount of time Vets waited to receive care so that the numbers looked better. This has potentially led to deaths, misdiagnoses, and also truly ineffective care coordination. Terrible.
In order to maintain a competitive advantage in the constantly evolving healthcare market, many organizations are investing in technology platforms that give them scalability to offer better tools, apps, and services. Even more intriguing is that these same organizations are diversifying their business model to offer up these services to other healthcare organizations and non-customers/patients.
According to an article on CIO.com entitled “Healthcare finally warming to the Cloud”, which references Imprivata’s 2013 Desktop Virtualization Trends in Healthcare Report, it notates that only 30% of respondents were using the cloud. That’s a 21% increase over the prior year, but that still leaves 70% of healthcare organizations floating beneath the cloud, mainly due to lagging fear or uncertainty. This is changing.
Overwhelmed by the many license types that Salesforce.com offers? To help you understand the different options, we wanted to provide a summary of the license types available to you below:
Overwhelmed by the number of clicks in your life? With Salesforce Navigator, a Chrome extension, you can easily access any page in Salesforce with your keyboard.
From standard areas, to set up, to objects without tabs, what you need is right at your fingertips. Developed by members of our Technical Team, the extension was created to make Silverline’s time spent on projects more efficient. Now, we’re sharing the tool with you! You can install the extension on the Chrome App Store.
In 2009 the world felt a shift: the number of social networking users surpassed that of email users (Comscore, June 2011). Today, the opportunity for businesses to connect and learn about their customers through social outlets is greater than ever. As Angela Ahrendts, CEO at Burberry and Salesforce.com user affirms, ”You have to create a social enterprise today. You have to be totally connected with everyone who touches your brand. If you don’t do that, I don’t know what your business model is in five years.”