By Clyde Hewitt – Breaking news – ransomware is significantly disrupting healthcare organizations. This headline should appear flippant to senior leaders, especially when we are receiving weekly reports of yet another healthcare organization falling victim.Read More
By Art Gross – Isn’t it wonderful how technology has made medical care more accessible? Not only can medical professionals be mobile and go TO their patients, but patients can now take ownership via apps and devices…
By Abhinav Shashank – When the concept of a digital hospital came into the picture, the initial goal was to shift physician practices from a paper-based approach to a more flexible electronic health record systems.
Understanding how a person’s genetics, environment, and lifestyle can help determine the best approach to prevent or treat disease. Here is what’s happening now in Precision Medicine from Caris Life Sciences, University of Minnesota, City of Hope, University of Vermont Health Network, Lexent Bio, Illumina, & more.
By Art Gross – The American Cancer Society deals with illness of the human sort, but recently they had to deal with another kind of toxic plague silently taking over. On the outside, things looked fine. But on the inside, there was a silent plague.
By Matt Fisher – Privacy of health information is receiving a significant spotlight as a result of big technology companies moving into the healthcare industry. While Amazon and Microsoft seem to slip past many headlines, Google is not in the same boat.
By Scott Whyte – Healthcare and Life Sciences are in the midst of sweeping and accelerating change. From reimbursement models, care delivery venues, digital therapies, consumer engagement, mega-M&A and enabling technologies (on-premise legacy moving to…
A new study issued recently found electronic medical records (EHRs) as currently designed, implemented and regulated, lack usability as a necessary feature, resulting in EHRs that are extremely hard to use compared to other common technologies.
By Amy Abernethy, MD, PhD & Suzanne B. Schwartz, MD, MBA – Medical devices are increasingly more advanced and interconnected, sharing information via Wi-Fi, the internet, our phones and across hospital networks.