The top 5: A smashing September

In September, a man cracked open 254 walnuts with his head.

On purpose.

Competitive walnut smashing is a thing, as we reported in September of 2018. Back then, the record was 217.

This guy blows that out of the water. He can’t feel his face, but he won. And that’s all that counts when you’re smashing walnuts with your head.

On purpose.

Now, the news.

The top 5

On a more serious note, as the business world continues to adapt to new realities, three of September’s top-five posts dealt with how leading healthcare organizations are using technology to help deliver the best care possible, in the safest manner. The other two posts were about using digital tools to speed innovation.

I can’t help but feel like they’re all interrelated, as the speed organizations needed to adapt to the changes of 2020 was incredible. The same goes for the software systems they rely on.

The world didn’t stop. In many ways, especially in the tech industry, it actually sped up.

Check out September’s top-five posts to learn more:

1. 2020 health IT trends revisited

All the health IT trends Hyland outlined at the beginning of 2020 – healthcare interoperability, artificial intelligence, and cloud adoption – are still relevant in today’s unprecedented landscape. Now, these topics are trending for vastly different reasons than we originally anticipated.

Check out this post to see Susan deCathelineau, senior vice president of global healthcare sales and services at Hyland, revisit these important healthcare trends under the lens of COVID-19.

2. Digital resilience, simplified: The importance of tech partnerships

We are witnessing a monumental rise of information management and content services capabilities available today that are essential in our digital world. Capabilities like interoperability with other critical systems; secure, mobile applications that users and the marketplace are increasingly demanding; and the ability to reduce data silos.

Organizations need to be able to effectively leverage these capabilities in order to keep up with the speed of digital evolution. And this can be a heavy burden for IT teams who must work with business units to deliver the solutions that will meet their specific needs while ensuring a secure, high-performing, and compliant environment.

This is why it is necessary, now more than ever, to trust in the strength of strategic technology partnerships.

Read this post by Sarah Stoner, content strategist at Hyland, to find out how SAIF – an Oregon-based not-for-profit workers’ compensation insurance company – partners with Hyland to help injured workers get well and get back to work.telehealth

3. Managing clinical information when telehealth is the new normal

For the second month in a row, people wanted to know how healthcare providers identified new ways to examine and treat patients, while limiting the risk of spreading COVID-19.

Telehealth became the ideal solution, writes Ken Congdon, team lead of solution marketing at Hyland. And it’s here to stay.

Check out Ken’s blog post to find ways to enhance your clinical information systems to address new virtual demands and help improve patient care.

4. Success with the power of speed: Providing peace of mind when everything you do has to be fast

Wondering what life has been like for a 24-hour emergency response company during the current health crisis?

From helping to clean up hazardous substance releases to supporting the decontamination and biological cleaning efforts for schools, hospitals, and other large-scale facilities, HEPACO has been providing extremely important services.

Check out this great post by Sarah Stoner to find out how small adjustments to data-driven processes have had a transformational impact on HEPACO’s ability to respond quickly to emergencies.

5. Tales from treating COVID-19: Building PCs from scratch and implementing software solutions in days

Clearly, many people are looking for best practices on how healthcare providers can use technology, ingenuity, and innovation to fight COVID-19, as this blog post is in the top five for another month. From embracing telehealth to implementing solutions in days instead of months, it’s all about speed, safety, and collaboration.

Read this post by Tom Tennant, content marketing manager for Hyland Healthcare, to learn how Yale New Haven Health System and Franciscan Health are delivering life-saving patient care while protecting staff members.

A tough nut to crack

We’re all racing to stay ahead of the pace of change – safely.

It can be a challenge. But when we’re prepared and in the right mindset, we can keep setting records.

We just need to use our heads. … The right way.

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a former radio station mascot. A rabbit, if you really want to know. These days, he’s a content marketing manager at Hyland, as well as the editor... read more about: Scoop Skupien

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