News

Marin General cybersecurity

Marin General Hospital in Greenbrae, California. Credit: Google Maps

By Jessica Davis 09:56 am November 13, 2017
Marin General has seen a 50 percent reduction in system vulnerabilities and 100 percent participation in staff security awareness efforts -- just by building a system designed for the humans who use it.
Sponsored by
By Change Healthcare 09:12 am November 13, 2017
There’s no shortage of industry buzz surrounding robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and other next-generation technologies. While some of these are still coming into their own where healthcare is concerned, others are well proven to help automate and streamline processes that traditionally have required manual intervention.
By Mike Miliard 04:30 pm November 10, 2017
Optimal clinical documentation could go a long way in improving research, education and patient safety.

Photo via Outcome Health on Facebook

By Beth Jones Sanborn 03:57 pm November 10, 2017
Advocate Health, Edward-Elmhurst both said they had plans to expand their use of Outcome’s screens, but have put them on hold.
telehealth programs
By 03:12 pm November 10, 2017
Thanks to some new bills in Congress, and more in the works, the implementation of telehealth programs in an array of clinical settings has taken off recently.
VA EHR plans
By Jessica Davis 02:28 pm November 10, 2017
VA Secretary Shulkin said the agency plans to replicate the DoD EHR to create a single common system that will be implemented in 48 phases over the next 10 years.
prevent patient falls
By Bill Siwicki 01:54 pm November 10, 2017
Data from electronic health records combined with other technologies like analytics can help pinpoint patients at risk and encourage caregivers to intervene before a fall occurs.
By Bill Siwicki 01:02 pm November 10, 2017
Community Health System says the program means patients are quickly able to move out of the emergency department and on to the proper level of care.
Trojan malware attack
By Jessica Davis 10:46 am November 10, 2017
A new Ursnif variant uses stored emails to send what appear to be legitimate messages and, once the payload is deployed, turns its victims into a delivery vehicle.
telemedicine in Puerto Rico
By Bill Siwicki 02:56 pm November 09, 2017
The medical center jumped in after Hurricane Maria to deliver care services in what it calls a proof-of-concept for using telehealth tools in emergency response.

Most Read

The Daily Brief Newsletter