Bryan Bennett healthcare big data
By Tom Sullivan 10:51 am May 16, 2017
Training programs for cultivating leaders often focus too much on skills and not enough on process, says Bryan Bennett, executive director of the Healthcare Center for Excellence.
IBM Watson fight opioid addition
By Bernie Monegain 10:03 am May 16, 2017
Partnership with MAP Health Management will help identify people at risk of relapse so healthcare providers can intervene sooner.
By 06:53 am May 16, 2017
On June 8 at 1 p.m. EST, Healthcare IT News and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital will co-host an inaugural #HealthyTechTalk Twitter Chat to explore the state of digital health and its opportunities to improve care delivery.
By Tom Sullivan 03:46 pm May 15, 2017
As artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and machine learning systems become better than humans at medicine and cost less, it might even become unethical not to replace people.
hospital heart monitor WannaCry medical device security
By 03:17 pm May 15, 2017
Among the many lessons that will come out of the massive cyberattack might be a rethink of common patching practices.
Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum

Santosh Mohan, HIMSS Innovation Committee Chairperson, moderated the panel with Leonard D’Avolio of Cyft, Sameer Badlani of Sutter Health and Gurmeet Sran of ‎Dignity Health.

By Tom Sullivan 02:54 pm May 15, 2017
Hospitals must more effectively gather and analyze their existing data, speakers at the Big Data and Healthcare Analytics Forum said.
NHS WannaCry ransomware
By Jessica Davis 02:21 pm May 15, 2017
Sixteen of the 47 trusts initially hit by the WannaCry virus on Friday are still dealing with delays and other issues.
By 01:08 pm May 15, 2017
Many set up command centers and feverishly worked to roll out patches to gird against the global ransomware crisis.
WannaCry patch old PCs
By Jessica Davis 11:42 am May 15, 2017
WannaCry is continuing to evolve to stay effective, and it seems the global assault might be nowhere close to finished.
Microsoft WannaCry security patch
By Jessica Davis 10:10 am May 15, 2017
In a rare move, the software company has made rolled out security updates for its no-longer-supported Windows XP operating system.

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