July 12, 2018
The biggest barrier to a successful cloud compliance program is simply the complexity of understanding everything. This new compliance self-assessment worksheet will help.
Datica Chief Technology Officer & Chief Security Officer
Datica's ability to serve international compliance regimes stems from a philosophy exemplified by HITRUST: one framework, many regimes. Read about our global compliance posture.
Co-founder, CEO & Chief Privacy Officer
We've taken our commitment to open source and Kubernetes a step further by becoming a silver member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
Chief Product Officer
If you're new to container orchestration and more familiar with a fully managed platform-as-a-service (PaaS), Kubernetes can seem complex. Learn the differences and tradeoffs.
June 7, 2018
There are many key security and privacy considerations for buyers to consider when exploring an M & A opportunity. Christine Sublett spells it out.
June 1, 2018
May was a busy month for events at Datica! Not only were we featured in the Keynote presentation at MSBuild, but we presented at the inaugural HLTH conference.
May 22, 2018
In 2017, digital health funding broke records and, if the first quarter of this year is any indication, 2018 is set to continue the trend. A trio of recent reports highlights the attention and funds digital health companies are garnering this year.
May 21, 2018
Migrating organizational data to the cloud is one of a number of concerns hospital CIOs currently face. To dig deeper into those concerns, Datica conducted a survey on the topic. The results reveal that many healthcare organizations are in a holding pattern.
May 11, 2018
Transparency is the heart of Datica. With that said, we announced Datica’s public product strategy & roadmap. This document will serve as the window into Platform product development.
May 10, 2018
Datica and Access HealthNet announced a working collaboration this week. AHN will be using the Datica Platform to deliver EMR interoperability and security to their healthcare bundling platform customers, which will streamline healthcare data exchange for hospital and medical billing
Datica’s 2018 spring innovation report examines how the media is describing the digital health transformation through four articles from major industry publications. The report also examines insights from Accenture and the World Economic Forum surveys, and takes a look at HIMSS 2018.
HIMSS 2018 saw the presence of three of the largest cloud technology companies in the world, Amazon (AWS), Microsoft (Azure), and Google (Google Cloud) flex their muscles. In addition to a strong cloud showing, the event itself is evidence that innovation is now a part of the healthcare bloodstream.
A new HIMSS report about the state of clinical communication and workflow explores how stakeholders in the healthcare system are using and plan to use mHealth, or mobile clinical communications tools.
Where is healthcare going in 2018? In this sixth piece of the Datica Healthcare Trends series, we explore the fifth trend — moving beyond the digital health hype.
Datica continues to explore the emerging digital health landscape in our Mapping the Digital Health Landscape blog series with an interview with Drew Schiller, CEO & Co-Founder of Validic.
A couple weeks ago at HIMSS, we hosted a CHIME focus group with about 20 CIOs representing a broad swath of the provider market. The purpose of the conversation was to gauge readiness, strategies, and maturity of the cloud in healthcare.
Results of a recent survey by the AHIMA shows that information governance is becoming a business imperative in healthcare organizations with benefits reaching to business intelligence and compliance.
At SXSW, Kris Gösser, CMO of Datica, led a high-level overview of all the larger challenges that makers of digital health products will face as they go to market with thier products. Read a summary of the presentation and watch the video recording here.
Two recent talks have shed light on what people in the healthcare information technology sector might expect from the current administration. Together, it’s clear that the administration wants to give consumers access to their health data. But, how?
Many healthcare networks, hospitals, and physicians’ offices know they need to make improvements in order to see the greatest gains from advances in technology, and according to a recent report by the credit rating agency AM Best, insurers are in the same boat.
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