02:47 pm January 25, 2017
After a successful year-long telemedicine program, Children’s Mercy informatics director Richard Stroup seized the opportunity to open the cloud-based app up to other hospitals. Seattle Children’s is already using it and Cincinnati is next.
08:45 am January 25, 2017
Christiana Care CISO Anahi Santiago demands cloud vendors show her ISO or HITRUST certification, a review of SOC II as well as policies and procedures, summaries of penetration and vulnerability assessment and more.
09:12 am January 24, 2017
The technology, known as Hugo, empowers patients to compile data from multiple EHRs and synchronize them with a research database.
10:15 am January 20, 2017
The exhibit area will feature more than 60 companies demonstrating early tools with the potential to disrupt or change the healthcare industry.
10:06 am January 20, 2017
Building on its GE Health Cloud, the company is enabling care teams to store, view, analyze and share images in ways they could not before storage and compute power were available in the cloud.
07:40 am January 20, 2017
Dignity Health chief information officer Deanna Wise was once hesitant of putting health data in the cloud. Now she’s an outspoken proponent.
10:23 am January 19, 2017
AI can be applied right now to ever-expanding health data sets. When will be the best time for healthcare entities to implement?
09:43 am January 19, 2017
Inspira Health Network established a vendor-monitoring program that not only protects data but also improved the system’s ability to share it. Information security officer Francois Bodhuin’s advice: Keep it simple but thorough.
Ex-Googler launches Forward startup and medical practice to apply artificial intelligence to healthcare
09:56 am January 18, 2017
Adrian Aoun said the emerging company will be built on beautiful hardware and software, and compared the vision to Tesla cars.
07:37 am January 18, 2017
The new network will be automated and, as such, capable of monitoring more prescriptions than it previously could. It will also provide a platform for Surecripts future plans, CEO Tom Skelton said.