Search Results for "IBM"

September 27, 2013
The mobile health revolution is occurring in the midst of a much broader shift in business models around computing and software.
Comments:
June 20, 2013
After just months of study so far, a multi-year, $100 million enterprise analytics project at UPMC is already starting to show promise in the fight against breast cancer, researchers say.
Comments:
May 24, 2013
The vision, as described by Amit Singhal, who is in charge of search for Google, is that instead of typing words into a box, we will have conversations with Google, enabling a much more personalized experience. If you apply this thinking to healthcare, several controversies/topics come to the fore.
Comments:
May 14, 2013
HIMSS Media launched a global online community Monday dedicated to chronicling new and innovative models of care that improve individual and community well-being, while also reducing healthcare costs.
Comments:
March 20, 2013
With big data promising enormous clinical and financial rewards for healthcare, but posing just as many technical and strategic challenges, the Institute for Health Technology Transformation (iHT2) has published a study mapping the way forward for providers at the starting line.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/doubleornothing.png
February 19, 2013
Moore's law is elegant in its simplicity - and world-changing in its significance. And, as hard as it might have been to believe when Intel co-founder Gordon Moore posited it back in 1965, it has more or less held true for the half-century since.
Comments:
January 22, 2013
LOL and gag me with a spoon. I just read a Fortune article called, “Teaching IBM’s Watson the meaning of OMG” and I had a pretty good chuckle. The article discusses how the “final frontier” in machine intelligence is teaching computers not just words, but the subtle differences in meaning that make language rich, powerful and specific.
Comments:
December 28, 2012
WinterGreen Research announces the following study: Tele-Health: Carts, Servers and Monitoring Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012-2018.Tele-health improves treatment of chronic disease, reduces cost of care delivery, lets baby boomers age gracefully in their homes. Tele monitoring is evolving more sophisticated ways of monitoring vital signs in the home, thus protecting people in a familiar, comfortable environment. The improvements in care delivery relate to leveraging large information sources that permit understanding what care works for what conditions. Tele-health systems server markets are anticipated to grow because they represent a way to steer patients with a particular clinician to those most expert in treating that particular condition. Tele-health is not yet to the point where it is able to be used effectively to implement changes that represent significant improvements in overall healthcare delivery, they are largely confined to being used in the treatment of chronic conditions.
Comments:
December 14, 2012
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.
Comments:
November 06, 2012
With a $100 million investment, UPMC has joined the ranks of an increasing number of medical and research centers across the country aiming to mine and analyze its data in order to provide more precise care.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/ibm-hq_tbn_1.jpg
October 30, 2012
Cleveland Clinic and IBM are partnering to increase the use of the Watson supercomputer in medical training. IBM researchers will work with Cleveland Clinic faculty and students to enhance Watson's Deep Question Answering technology for medicine.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/ipad2_tbn_4.jpg
October 29, 2012
America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) announced Monday the launch of a new interactive iPad app. AHIP officials say the app, "U.S. Health Care Spending 101," is meant to provide policymakers and stakeholders with comprehensive healthcare spending data in an easy-to-use digital format.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/cloud_16.jpg
October 09, 2012
AT&T and IBM have partnered to develop what they bill as a first-of-its-kind "network-enabled" secure cloud service that uses private networks rather than the public Internet.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/code_28.png
October 01, 2012
With a $100 million investment, UPMC has joined the ranks of an increasing number of medical and research centers across the country aiming to mine and analyze its data in order to provide more precise care.
Comments:
September 28, 2012
In the year since the first NYeC gala, there have been revolutionary advancements in health IT throughout New York and across the nation. On Monday, October 15th, five champions of health IT will be highlighted at the second gala and award ceremony.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/test_tubes_tbn.jpg
September 05, 2012
UPMC has renewed an agreement with IBM, investing $120 million over the next four years in technology that will help spur changes in the way treatments are designed for individual patients by more effectively analyzing massive volumes of patient and research data.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/screen_shot_2012-08-20_at_10.38.12_am.png
August 20, 2012
Ken Bisconti, Vice President of IBM ECM Products details the benefits and applications of ECM anayltics to all size practices, its commonalities with the technology that Watson uses and a comparison to predictive analtyics. Content provided by IBM.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/ehealth_tbn_13.jpg
August 16, 2012
The federal government has tapped IBM to work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Public Health Data Standards Consortium to align public health case reporting with meaningful use requirements in order to respond more quickly to public health threats.
Comments:
sites/default/files/news_thumbnails/data_exchange_tbn_5.jpg
August 09, 2012
Thanks to a new data-sharing capability created by Pennsylvania's Keystone Beacon Community, skilled nursing facilities can now contribute patient information to a regional health information exchange (HIE) without an EHR.
Comments:
July 23, 2012
IBM has announced that it will support the design and development of a statewide health insurance exchange in the State of Minnesota. As a subcontractor to MAXIMUS, the IBM Curam solution will serve as the platform for the health insurance exchange.
Comments: