A look at data interoperability and how the industry will move forward.
Antov, Deeken, and Killian return with five more tips on how health companies can catch up to other industries in their use of analytics for business.
How these issues will be examined during a new Texas Hospital Association conference.
Patients who use the application will receive personalized therapy through their mobile device.
Pharmacy manager Kurt Wyant projected ROI in 2 years. The actual time was 11 months.
How far has health IT come in meeting Meaningful Use standards?
People with cancer are consumers of healthcare. Should they not get customized treatment plans?
Smart healthcare leaders must step up and challenge the status quo.
Can pharma leverage data and analytics to transform healthcare?
How hospitals can defend data and patients from ransomware attacks.
6 ways ambulatory surgery centers can win a high-stakes game of medical billing and collections.
AI, smart speakers bring about a Wild West of health data questions.
How Intel and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard are trying to speed up genomic analyses.
How Care.Wallet leverages the blockchain — and what this use case means for healthcare.
How providers can succeed with remote patient monitoring tools.
David Harlow, J.D., MPH argues that cost data alone won’t help consumers.
These connected medical devices require a more comprehensive strategy if we are to protect patients.
The IBM computer program remains a support tool for physicians and cannot replace the “human touch” needed to act upon the many factors of patient engagement.
Is it OK for digital health tools to exclude vulnerable populations?
An AI-enabled ECG algorithm could speed identification and treatment of heart failure among individuals presenting with shortness of breath.
3 keys to ensure effective health IT pen testing.
The software has since been patched, but the weakness could have left individuals’ genomic data vulnerable.
Health systems should ask two questions before deciding if they need a patient experience officer, one expert suggests.
Four things healthcare organizations need to consider when moving to the cloud.
It’s time to ditch the outdated approach to data collection, storage and usage, in favor of smarter data management.
Healthcare can learn from self-driving cars’ fatal lessons in liability.
Technology creates a more accessible avenue for young caregivers.
Consumer-focused transparency might soon become a reality, one expert suggests.
Data analytics in healthcare requires a significant investment, and the right decision can make or break your bottom line.