Cloud Computing

Hurricane Harvey healthcare IT

A view across the street from Advanced Diagnostics Hospital and Clinic. Photo via Advanced Diagnostics

By Jessica Davis 10:44 am September 08, 2017
Devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey, and likely Hurricane Irma, highlights the pressing need for healthcare EHR interoperability, but a few providers said cloud-based tech help them deliver care when many couldn’t.
How Nuance avoided disaster after falling victim to Petya
By Jessica Davis 03:56 pm August 28, 2017
The wiper malware wreaked havoc across the globe in June, but Nuance managed to keep its operations afloat by putting customer needs first.
patient identity
By Mike Miliard 02:15 pm August 22, 2017
Innovations that could solve the longstanding problem of patient ID included neural networks and facial recognition, AHIMA research suggests.
CDC live video classes
By Mike Miliard 12:48 pm August 21, 2017
The telehealth company says group video calls will enable more people to take advantage of the federal program, which outfits patients with Fitbits, wireless scales and a mobile app to keep track of diet.
AI tech for hospitals
By Mike Miliard 03:02 pm August 17, 2017
But some big questions need to be answered as tools like Siri and Alexa start playing a role in the patient journey, says one expert.
NIH precision medicine project
By Mike Miliard 04:22 pm August 16, 2017
The SaaS platform will power the All of Us Research Program at the center of the Precision Medicine Initiative.
top 10 cloud vendors for healthcare
By Bill Siwicki 03:47 pm August 16, 2017
Salesforce, Kinvey, IBM, CloudMine and Microsoft come in as market leaders.
By Gus Venditto 01:23 pm August 15, 2017
Shop carefully. While cloud computing offers many advantages, it’s a big step and adequate planning is essential to ensure success.
cloud computing platforms for healthcare
By Gus Venditto 11:51 am August 15, 2017
New cost reductions make cloud options more compelling than ever but, in a twist, experts say cloud platforms can be more secure than managed data centers.
Microsoft Coco
By Tom Sullivan 03:57 pm August 10, 2017
Hospitals can use the tech to create blockchain networks with governance, security and other transactional capabilities, the company says.

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