Nathan Eddy

By Nathan Eddy 10:46 am April 13, 2020
Data-integrity challenges and repetition are posing big problems for electronic health records, with adverse financial and clinical costs, a new Black Book report shows.
By Nathan Eddy 01:36 pm April 10, 2020
Operation PPE and other initiatives are leveraging computer science, mechanical engineering, 3D printers and laser cutting, drawing on the expertise of architecture firms worldwide.
By Nathan Eddy 12:38 pm April 10, 2020
The registry will hold HIPAA-compliant de-identified data sets that clinical researchers will use to better understand and characterize COVID-19 diagnoses and treatments.
By Nathan Eddy 11:24 am April 08, 2020
Intelligence agencies, security firms and Big Tech giants and all ringing alarm bells over the growing threat from cybercriminals in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic – with ransomware attacks, opportunistic phishing threats and other malicious activities all threatening heal
By Nathan Eddy 12:24 pm April 06, 2020
The app includes COVID-19-specific modules that can help individuals manage heightened stress, and offers ideas to manage social isolation.
By Nathan Eddy 10:42 am April 03, 2020
The cloud-based platform, developed in collaboration with Stanford Medicine, enables hospitals to submit requests for specific items and be matched with peer organizations who can provide them.
By Nathan Eddy 12:04 pm April 01, 2020
Cerner has been tapped by the United Kingdom’s National Health Service to supply its Millennium EHR system for a 4,000-bed temporary hospital in London.
By Nathan Eddy 11:42 am March 30, 2020
Telehealth was singled out as a way to reduce the number of cases entering medical facilities, and to provide a mechanism to monitor and track patients under care in home quarantine.
By Nathan Eddy 12:10 pm March 27, 2020
The goal of the hackathon is to bring together the decentralized artificial intelligence community in an effort to help find new approaches to combat the coronavirus crisis.
By Nathan Eddy 10:41 am March 26, 2020
"EHR disaster preparedness testing in the future will need to be able to simulate large volumes of patients over long periods of time," says one nursing informatics consultant.

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