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Health:Further 2017

August 7, 2017

Healthjump to Exhibit at Health:Further Festival in Nashville, TN    August 22nd - August 25th, 2017

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The top 5 benefits of implementing patient portals

May 18, 2016

As more of the world moves into the digital space, patients will start to take for granted that their health care provider has a patient portal. Think of a person who doesn't have a social media page or a business that doesn't have a web presence. You might be able to name a few, but probably not more than a handful. Before long, the same will be true of patient portals for hospitals, clinics and other health care facilities.

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Healthjump's CEO and CTO Speak at the Yale Healthcare conference

April 18, 2016

On Friday, March 8, 2016, at the Yale Healthcare Conference,  Healthjump’s CEO, Martin Aboitiz, and CTO Cliff Cavanaugh spoke at a the panel titled... Read more

ONC Health IT Costs and Limitations Disclosures

April 10, 2016

Healthjump is 2014 Edition Modular Health IT compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria... Read more

3 common inter-office communication errors

April 5, 2016

With healthcare professionals sending patients into vast care webs, there are ample opportunities for error. Take a look at these three common... Read more

Patient benefits of personal health records

April 4, 2016

Patient health records allow patients to retain greater control over their healthcare journey, and empower them to be more in tune with their health... Read more

Frequently asked questions patients have about portals

March 10, 2016

While the benefits of using a patient portals are significant, many patients have questions about the systems. Read more

HIMSS16: One Perspective on a Show for the Masses

March 9, 2016

In the span of four days at HIMSS16, I was present as an exhibitor within 200 square feet of booth space at the back of Hall G in the Sands Expo... Read more

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