MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- HIT Reboot®, a Health IT consultancy, announces the availability ofa free research tool for healthcare IT stakeholders.
A flood of news is being generated on the U.S. healthcare system, coming from hundreds of disparate news sources. Thousands of healthcare stories appear each day, making it difficult to get
"In working with healthcare firms these questions often require significant staff or consultant time to resolve," said Scott Booher, Principal of HIT Reboot. "The goal of this tool is to provide assistance to research efforts within the healthcare IT field, reducing analysis load while providing a simple method to follow an emerging healthcare topic or organization."
The research platform curates 300,000 news stories across 1,000 healthcare terms and 1,500 solution partners, and continues to expand. Incoming news items (5,000 per day) are scored for relevancy and source quality. Key platform features include identification of trending healthcare topics, solution partner categorization, health system implementations, source filters and selected financing events.
The HIT Reboot research tool is updated weekly, and can be found at: https://hitreboot.com/research/
About HIT Reboot HIT Reboot is a Health IT consultancy with a focus on the business models and new entrants transforming healthcare today. Clients include health systems, payers, private equity and venture firms - with a focus on technology due diligence, system and vendor selection, interim leadership and strategic partnerships. https://hitreboot.com/
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