Cloud Computing

takeover athenahealth
By Bernie Monegain 11:57 am May 22, 2017
Industry watchers are already speculating about who might acquire the cloud-based EHR vendor, and Cerner and Epic are both on the list.
Microsoft, Indegene partner on life science clouds
By Bernie Monegain 11:23 am May 19, 2017
Strategic alliance hopes to build robust analytics and machine learning into workflows to provide data-driven recommendations.
IoT connected health
By Bill Siwicki 09:48 am May 11, 2017
Accenture finds 73 percent of healthcare execs say the Internet of Things is poised to upend industry, but only 49 percent think their organization’s leaders understand what it could mean.
new healthcare cloud platform
By Bernie Monegain 03:49 pm May 10, 2017
Platform designed to support EHRs, ERP systems, workforce management systems, precision medicine platforms, and picture archive and communication systems.
IBM Watson Tiatros AI PTSD
By Tom Sullivan 08:26 am May 04, 2017
Rate at which veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder completed psychotherapy programs jumped from under 10 percent to 73 percent.  
reconcile patient records in cloud
By Tom Sullivan 01:22 pm May 03, 2017
Hospitals that plug into the Verato Universal MPI can reconcile patient records even with other providers, the vendor said.
Jonathan Bush athenahealth
By Tom Sullivan 12:41 pm May 01, 2017
In the company’s latest earnings call, the CEO says athenahealth is also adjusting its cloud-based services for the era of President Donald Trump.
Cognitive computing IBM Watson Health Datapalooza
By Tom Sullivan 04:20 pm April 27, 2017
Artificial intelligence tools will augment physicians’ jobs and one day be able to provide Memorial Sloan Kettering levels of care in places as far as rural China, Big Blue representatives said at Health Datapalooza.  
By Jessica Davis 03:33 pm April 27, 2017
By advancing the EHR code base, rather than picking a commercial EHR, Veterans Affairs can modernize its proprietary software at a fraction of the cost, officials say.
CIOs have no clue how many cloud apps their employees use
By Tom Sullivan 11:52 am April 27, 2017
Chief information officers typically underestimate the number of apps in use by about 900 or so, creating opportunities for lurking hackers.

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