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From “Unmanaged to Managed”: How Legacy Data Archiving Is Making an Impact

Lorri Page-Santacruz, Director of Enterprise Architecture, Northern Light Health For most organizations, legacy data archiving isn’t considered a top-tier project; it often takes a backseat to EHR implementations or other major initiatives. That, however, may not be the case for much longer. As mergers and acquisitions continue to rise, the ability to migrate data in… Read More »

San Quentin prison turns to volunteer doctors to help in slow recovery from coronavirus outbreak

Dr. Scott Bauer normally treats veterans at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center. But when the internist heard about an opportunity to volunteer at San Quentin State Prison during the coronavirus outbreak, he raised his hand.  San Quentin, a Bay Area-based prison for men and the oldest institution of its kind in California, has… Read More »

Can You Catch Coronavirus From Swimming?

Pools, beaches, and lakes are starting to open. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe from coronavirus and Covid-19 when swimming. As far as health experts know, the novel coronavirus doesn’t spread through water in pools, hot tubs, or water playgrounds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But that doesn’t… Read More »