Next Wave Connect Enables Transformation of Healthcare with Exclusive ACE Thought Leader Program

Dallas, TX – July 28, 2015. Next Wave Connect, a virtual ecosystem of communities focused on current topics and challenges specific to the healthcare industry, enables meaningful collaboration among executives, care providers, associations, and solution companies to drive industry change and transformation.

CHIME Leverages myCHIME Social Collaboration Platform By Next Wave Connect to Drive Industry Change

HOUSTON, APRIL 8, 2015 – Since launching its new myCHIME social collaboration platform last October, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) says it has changed the ways it communicates with its members and is blazing new trails in the areas of healthcare-community networking, collaboration, and education. The announcement from the platform’s architect, Next Wave Connect, comes less than a week before the opening of HIMSS 2015 in Chicago. Each year, HIMSS represents one of the most extensive opportunities for in-person collaboration in the healthcare-IT industry.

The Next Big Thing in Healthcare is Next Wave Connect

The Nerdy Nurse – For most of my social media life, I’ve blogged, tweeted, and posted openly as a registered nurse. I often encounter nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals online. They reside on most of the social networks. Each has their own preferred form of social media. Sometimes they use it to talk about

Sowing the Seeds of Social Media in Healthcare

Healthcare Global – Social media has proven to be a tour de force in facilitating personal connections. Faced with regulatory, budget and care challenges, the healthcare industry is primed for leveraging social collaboration to speed solutions for operating more efficiently, complying with regulatory and legislative requirements, and ultimately, delivering better patient outcomes. Next Wave Connect is the first social collaboration community to afford this opportunity to healthcare industry professionals and peers, across all types of healthcare organizations. 

Social Media Network Designed to Help Hospitals Collaborate on Health IT Issues

MedCity News article by Stephanie Baum -The massive consolidation of physician practices, hospitals and health systems coupled with the transformative changes stemming from Obamacare and the HITECH Act has left medical professionals with a lot of questions.