CDW Healthcare’s 2017 Patient Engagement Perspectives Study, released at HIMSS17, builds on last year’s research to explore the drivers, challenges and influences for patient engagement. With patient care and the bottom line at stake, providers are motivated to find new ways to promote effective patient engagement – and both patients and providers are taking action. […]
The vast majority of the fastest-growing jobs in the United States depend on math and science skills, yet the number of women obtaining science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) degrees continues to stagnate. CDW-G surveyed 300 college women and recent graduates to better understand this trend. “As a leading technology provider to higher education and […]
Last year, CDW issued its “Cloud 401: Navigating Advanced Topics in Cloud Computing” report to examine where organizations, including K-12 schools and districts, stood on their cloud journeys. Now, CDW-G has launched a new survey to examine schools’ cloud innovation. Cloud usage is on the rise. In CDW’s previous report, schools delivered only 42 percent […]
Recent CDW Spotlights
CDW received the 2016 Avnet Maintenance and Renewal Award as part of Avnet’s inaugural partner awards program. The Maintenance and Renewal Award recognizes CDW for being Avnet’s top-performing partner in processing contracts during 2016, Avnet said. “CDW is pleased to be recognized by Avnet as a top partner,” said Byron Holden, vice president of procurement, […]
IBM named CDW a Platinum Business Partner. Platinum is the highest tier of IBM’s new PartnerWorld program, reserved for business partners that consistently demonstrate high capabilities and expertise in IBM technologies to help their clients succeed in digital transformation. “CDW is proud to be a part of IBM’s inaugural class of platinum partners,” said Matt […]
CDW’s Shelton office was recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Connecticut by the Hartford Business Journal and Best Companies Group. CDW ranked No. 3 in the large company category of the list. The awards program identifies and honors the best employers in Connecticut, benefiting the state’s economy, workforce and businesses. Companies […]
CDW Healthcare will be front and center as an industry thought leader at HIMSS17, the world’s largest health IT conference. More than 40,000 healthcare IT professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors will gather Feb. 19–23 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., for a variety of education and networking opportunities. As part of HIMSS’ […]
During an event at Topgolf in Scottsdale, Arizona on January 31, CDW launched Tech Fore!, a new community involvement program. Through Tech Fore!, CDW collaborates with neighborhood leaders, technology and business partners, and sports and entertainment luminaries to provide communities and organizations with access to technology while teaching practical life skills – primarily through the […]
CDW in the News
Health Management Technology
New public policies and reimbursement models, technology innovation and evidence that engaged patients experience better, more-cost effective outcomes are driving patient engagement expansion, explains Jon Karl, director, CDW Healthcare.
CDW-G partnered with Indiana University and the University of Wisconsin to launch UniversITy Women, a pilot program that connects female executives in technology companies with college women to provide students with valuable exposure and resources.
CDW announced the launch of a standalone Small Business segment, new positions for Doug Eckrote and Neal Campbell and named Mark Chong as a senior vice president.
Cloud computing enables schools and districts to be forward-thinking – delivering digital curriculum, improving communication with community and parents, enabling teachers to connect with students in new ways, freeing IT teams to work on innovative technology applications in the classroom and improving classroom innovation, writes Mike Patterson, K-12 education strategist, CDW-G.
Health System Management
Even with rapidly growing adoption, the patient portal’s role in expanding patient engagement remains very much a work in progress – and very rich with potential. While 60 percent of providers in CDW’s Patient Engagement Perspectives study say that giving patients greater online access to their personal healthcare information would improve quality of care, they vary widely in their ability to leverage portals to advance this goal, writes Nancy Ragont, CDW senior manager, customer insights, in this article beginning on page 24.