As big data gets bigger, the cloud is helping make large-scale analytics manageable. And with the triptych of trends forging ahead, there are opportunities and challenges for healthcare entities to harness their information in new and exciting ways.
Peter Tippett, chief medical officer and vice president of Verizon Enterprise Solutions predicted coming change in healthcare as vast as the PC revolution. Verizon will be there to handle data, privacy and analysis, he told his audience Tuesday at the 2012 mHealth Summit.
From hurricanes to hackers, there's plenty that could go wrong when it comes to data security. With so much riding on unfettered and highly secure access to healthcare information of every kind -- from prescription information to scheduling to payroll -- keeping that data ironclad is more important than ever.
Erica Rosolen is the young director of the TICSA study center at ISALUD University. To learn more about the group, which is already a major player in healthcare ICTs in the region, EHealth Reporter Latin America interviewed Doctor Rosolen.
Responding to disasters is something every healthcare institution needs to be ready for. From hurricanes to snowstorms to wildfires, having a plan in place and technology to back it up is critical to an effective response.
SoloHealth, a consumer-driven healthcare technology company, is developing what it claims to be the nation's largest digital ad platform for retail pharmacy. The technology is already being placed in Walmart and Sam's Club stores across the country.