The next generation of doctors is going to be able to more easily separate the advantages and disadvantages of cloud technology and be able to embrace these technologies because they help them do [...]
The Electronic Health Record Association gives its OK to CMS’ version 2017071 standard for electronic prior authorization applied to prescription drugs for the Medicare Part D program.
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BluePrint's visualization software coalesces security program data from disparate sources into a central "source of truth" founded on the company's workflow automation and rules engine.
Developed to be of use to troops at forward operating bases and other remote areas across the globe, the portable hospital can be run off solar panels and provides a sterile environment for [...]
Nearly a quarter of health system decision-makers are looking to invest in artificial and robotic process automation in the next two years, but more than half were unable to name an AI or RPA vendor.
In collaboration with Premier, the company will work with LifeBridge Health, Riverside Health and St. Luke's University Health Network to develop new machine learning algorithms for personalized care.
The technology could help healthcare organizations build a more comprehensive and secure protected health information inventory within Kubernetes workloads on Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud [...]
The results of a new J.D. Power survey suggest that, for the patients standing to gain the most from telehealth, services need to be positioned and explained as a way to reduce costs while [...]
Broader staff access to more applications, more computing power and greater mobility are just some of the cloud benefits healthcare providers are using to empower their workforce.
As companies work to improve their drug discovery processes and foster other new innovations, cloud technology is enabling easier collaboration among researchers worldwide.
But a study from IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute finds that orgs with a solid incident response plan had $1.23 million less in breach costs than those that didn't.
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And that's because too many board members don't have the right level of IT and security expertise, a new Black Book study suggests.
American Telemedicine Association's "State of the States Report" finds progress, but still sees strategies for states to be incentivized to adopt pro-telehealth policies.
Yale, Mayo Clinic to use biometric data from wearables to improve drug development for heart failure
Researchers are working with digital therapeutics specialist Biofourmis, using machine learning technology and the Apple Watch to analyze dozens of physiology biomarkers.
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Digitize.AI's Lia technology uses real-time analytics and machine learning to automatically check for new cases and securely submit them directly to payers.
Even as the number of organizations ready to adopt a cloud-based approach is rising, nearly a fifth of healthcare orgs surveyed said they'd consider moving their data from the cloud back on premises.
The health system will use Azure as its preferred platform and will deploy emerging technologies from Microsoft at an affiliated hospital facility in Seattle, near the technology giant’s [...]
There's continued resistance from many pharmaceutical industry executives, who think it's never possible to safely store sensitive data in the cloud.
A Frost & Sullivan report predicts that as many as 45% of ORs will be integrated with intelligent technologies within the next four years to improve the precision and predictability of [...]
For all the potential benefits of SaaS-based analytics and AI apps, privacy concerns remain, slowing data sharing and suggesting the need for new approaches to cloud security.
Optima's cloud-based EHR helps outpatient therapists build patient care plans, track treatment goals and document care, with features including a clinical content library and customizable templates.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and Verizon are teaming up to offer veterans who are customers of the telecommunications giant unlimited access to department's VA Video Connect telehealth app.
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Google, the University of Chicago Medical Center and University of Chicago are listed as defendants in a class action suit that alleges they failed to properly de-identify sensitive patient [...]
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While most orgs surveyed said they have network access solutions to monitor devices connected to the network, fewer than half of small providers use network segmentation to control the spread of [...]
Pre-treatment scans were input into a deep-learning model, which analyzed the scans to create an image signature that predicts treatment outcomes.
With remote patient monitoring a hot topic among healthcare providers, a new survey indicates patients would be open to outfitting themselves with wearable devices if it resulted in fewer trips [...]
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A new study from the company explores the ways its algorithms can be put to work improving risk scoring and stratification and enhance value-based care initiatives.
Even as they often rely on outmoded data management processes, 70% of execs and IT leaders say they're 'very' or 'extremely' confident of their infosec strategies.
The companies will apply analytics to Sanofi's real world database to better understand what treatments work and what technologies could be used to for more personalized medicine.
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Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are developing an analytics platform to help determine the medical necessity of using helicopters for emergency transport.
Bad actors can use the Becton, Dickinson and Company Alaris Gateway Workstations to “authenticate” malicious and potentially dangerous content, CyberMDX discovered.
The C-suite recognizes these threats, but 54 percent of respondents to a new survey said the biggest barrier to meeting privacy and security challenges was lack of adequate resources.
Medidata’s cloud-based services help with the development of therapeutic innovations and clinical operations performance for pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology firms and others.
The Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization office will replace the current Interagency Program Office.
The home health and hospice provider organization’s telehealth and remote patient monitoring program has led to a 40 percent drop in hospital readmissions among its palliative care patients.
Use of an inhaler-connected sensor helped push the average number of COPD-related hospital trips down to an average of 2.2, compared to the year prior to study enrollment when the average was 3.4 [...]
They have created a series of video education and engagement tools to assist healthcare staff and clinicians dealing with opioid addiction.
A new study finds streamlining operating costs and improving related efficiency is a primary business concern for executives, with a third of respondents ranking it as one of the top three [...]
With more connected medical devices, monitoring equipment and EHRs complicating healthcare’s digital transformation, organizations require heightened visibility and control over their [...]
54 percent of survey respondents said they thought physicians who leverage mobile technology cut down on physician wait times, a new survey finds. But security still is a concern.
That’s according to a new Black Book survey of nearly 1,600 hospital and health system CFOs and other executives, which also indicated healthcare finance technologies will be tied to [...]
According to a new study by Carbon Black, two thirds of surveyed healthcare organizations said cyberattacks have become more sophisticated over the past year.
Precision medicine and clinical trial matching specialist Massive Bio is partnering with the initiative. Massive Bio’s precision medicine approach is based on a genetic understanding of the [...]
Moreover, the majority of respondents to a new survey had never encouraged patients to leave online feedback in the first place, although feedback on reviews or ratings sites was seen as more [...]
The revenue cycle management vendor will use PARO to help healthcare organizations identify patients who would qualify for charity under a provider’s Financial Assistance Policy, using [...]
However, the Center for Connected Medicine study also found broad support for innovation in the C-suite and that health systems are actively partnering with external parties for technologies and [...]
UVM gains access to clinical and business solutions for improving the level of care they deliver to patients.
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The RESTful application programming interface can support HL7, CCDA, RDBMS, CSV and X12 for data extraction aggregation into a standardized format.
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The Department of Justice charged Coffey Health System with failing to conduct the risk analyses required by the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs.
Vendor shows 22 studies that show how artificial intelligence is reducing variability in care.
Research from Digital Shadows found imaging files particularly vulnerable.
Research from Digital Shadows found imaging files particularly vulnerable.
Patients are equipped with Bluetooth-enabled tablets that record biometrics information.
The autonomous system will stabilize soldiers in the battlefield with critical care interventions.
Combining tech and interpreters will enable companies to eradicate disparities and fuel new innovation.
The elite corps of chief digital officers emerging today are both business-minded and tech-savvy and use those skills to rethink operations.
The open source Penn AI is a self-service tool designed to accelerate biomedical research.
SPOT platform uses algorithms to pinpoint critical data points in EHRs, the system says.
The new Direct Data Submission Platform that providers can use to access eCQM results.
Frost & Sullivan research found hospitals focusing on collaboration to improve security and maintain medical device connectivity and uptime as top priorities.
Humanwide pilot collects data with mobile monitoring devices then pulls it into an EHR so the care team can help patients manage conditions.
The digital platform monitors operations, supply chain logistics and data acquisition, the company says.
New data suggests that artificial intelligence can identify patterns that indicate breast cancer development.
Rather than those providers having to obtain patient health data manually from each of a patient's other sites of care, CommonWell enables sharing with other providers across the continuum.
Health application developer Clarigent Health is teaming up with The Children’s Home of Cincinnati to complete a pilot study using Clarigent’s artificial intelligence powered mobile [...]
Recursion releases more than 300 gigabytes of data it hopes will be a "playground" for innovative new machine learning applications.
Healthcare providers can use the new Healthcare Seamless single-sign on tech for both workstations and mobile devices.
Organizations aim to advance the radiology community’s use of existing and emerging technologies.
Three in four clinicians say they think artificial intelligence can facilitate improvements in workflow efficiency and quality assurance in pathology, a new survey shows.
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A new study from vendor Vectra monitored network traffic for six months to find the most prevalent methods attackers uses to gain control and access protected information.
Companies say the Diabits Prediction Engine will help chronic care patients and care providers manage their health.
The deal will enable patients in China to access U.S. physicians via a portal.
The company says algorithms can simplify trials and accelerate time to market for new drugs.
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Starboard, which got two members appointed to Cerner’s board last week, sees the EHR vendor’s business as “highly sticky.”
Radiological Society of North America says AI has profound opportunities, and challenges, with digital imaging.
The facility will feature touchscreens for interactive pre-surgical planning and better visualization of results, the system said.
The teams will collect, process and analyze EHR data of up to 3,000 patients to create personalized care plans for people with MS.
Companies will develop products for health and life sciences sectors.
The iPhone app enables patients to access data about medications, immunizations, labs and receive notifications.
The scheme preyed upon hundreds of thousands of elderly and disabled patients, DOJ says.
Companies will create a software suite to improve accuracy of operational decisions.
AI-LAB is a vendor neutral framework radiologists can use to learn about artificial intelligence and develop models for the tech.
CTA, IBM, Google, others kick off initiative to set standards for artificial intelligence in healthcare
Initial members of the group also include Samsung, Philips, American Telemedicine Association, Brookings Institution, and more.
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The goal is to improve identification of certain patients through algorithms that produce tailored and dynamic risk scores, and make those resources available to VA caregivers and patients.
Companies say aligning their platforms will help eliminate duplicate records, establish more accurate care histories and improve patient safety.