By Emily Newton – More medical facility leaders are unveiling health care automation strategies to boost worker productivity, patient outcomes, resource utilization and more. However, these efforts must always support health IT goals.Read More
By Emily Newton – Breast cancer screenings can save lives through earlier detection. Mammograms are among the most common tests, although MRI scans and ultrasounds are other possibilities. Numerous studies show artificial intelligence could improve outcomes in various ways.
By Emily Newton – Health care is seeing a period of rapid digitization and hospitals are rushing to embrace EHR and IofT. Some have achieved new efficiency and security standards. At the same time, this movement has made interoperability in health care a larger issue.
By Emily Newton – Research positions surgical robots as game-changing for patients and surgeons. The robots can handle highly precise procedures on delicate body parts. The technology is liked because it allows more accuracy with magnified images from inside a person’s body on high-definition screens.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of August that we think deserve sharing again.
By Emily Newton – Today’s world revolves around data. Hospitals are no exception, especially as they embrace digitalization to raise care standards and become more efficient. Amid this shift, having a formal data center strategy in health care is all the more crucial.
By Emily Newton – Like many other industries, the medical sector is ramping up its AI adoption. This technology has shown significant potential in many use cases, particularly clinical trials, but some concerns remain. As more organizations use AI in medical research, more ethical questions emerge.