A guide to AI, machine learning and new workflow technologies at HIMSS17 Part 1: Machine learning and workflow
07:11 am February 13, 2017
Charles Webster, MD, (a HIMSS17 Social Media Ambassador and @wareFLO on Twitter) comprehensively researched which vendor is showing what, and where, on the show floor. Part one in his three-part series focuses on the workflow technology increasingly powering data science and machine learning.
01:59 pm February 06, 2017
"Data is the currency of the next century," says Brian Ahier. And nowhere are health data and data management processes discussed, analyzed and examined more than at the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition.
Winner of a HIMSS Most Influential Women in Health IT Award dedicates the honor to all women in healthcare in Saudi Arabia
12:27 pm January 25, 2017
Shareefa Albulmonem, head of eServices, Office of the CIO at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Saudi Arabia, is one of seven women being honored by HIMSS with a Most Influential Women in Health IT Award. The women will be recognized at a reception and awards dinner, both on February 20 at HIMSS17
08:24 am January 17, 2017
David Higginson explains how tapping into big data enabled it to reduce dosing mistakes among pediatric patients.
09:49 am January 12, 2017
Atop the list: Emerging EHR functionality, cybersecurity, analytics and, of course, the next big thing.
07:44 am December 20, 2016
Penn Medicine chief information officer Mike Restuccia reflects on the year that was and glances ahead to 2017.
01:10 pm December 12, 2016
A former CIO gets a close up look of the assessment side
10:10 am August 08, 2016
Many physicians and nurses are traveling across desolate EHR wastelands replete with digital detritus, pixel dust and other non-value-add items.
07:23 am August 08, 2016
Penn Medicine associate vice president of health technology Brian Wells shares insights from cognitive computing work so far.
01:50 pm February 16, 2016
Healthcare chief information officers are preparing for many existing and projected trends, from analytics to wearables. Some of these will require more CIOs to fill open job posts, while others are bound to demand new responsibilities and skills from CIOs.