Nathan Eddy

Waystar snaps up prior authorization platform developer Digitize.AI
By Nathan Eddy 11:30 am July 12, 2019
Digitize.AI's Lia technology uses real-time analytics and machine learning to automatically check for new cases and securely submit them directly to payers.
Security concerns, budget restrictions hamper move to cloud
By Nathan Eddy 11:46 am July 10, 2019
Even as the number of organizations ready to adopt a cloud-based approach is rising, nearly a fifth of healthcare orgs surveyed said they'd consider moving their data from the cloud back on premises.
Microsoft, Providence St. Joseph partner on long-term cloud innovation project
By Nathan Eddy 11:42 am July 08, 2019
The health system will use Azure as its preferred platform and will deploy emerging technologies from Microsoft at an affiliated hospital facility in Seattle, near the technology giant’s Redmond headquarters.
Security, control of data seen as key barriers to cloud adoption by pharma
By Nathan Eddy 10:12 am July 08, 2019
There's continued resistance from many pharmaceutical industry executives, who think it's never possible to safely store sensitive data in the cloud.
AI, virtual reality set to boost growth of integrated operating rooms
By Nathan Eddy 11:51 am July 05, 2019
A Frost & Sullivan report predicts that as many as 45% of ORs will be integrated with intelligent technologies within the next four years to improve the precision and predictability of surgical services.
How the cloud enables innovation for pharma and life sciences
By Nathan Eddy 11:06 am July 05, 2019
For all the potential benefits of SaaS-based analytics and AI apps, privacy concerns remain, slowing data sharing and suggesting the need for new approaches to cloud security.
By Nathan Eddy 11:47 am July 03, 2019
Optima's cloud-based EHR helps outpatient therapists build patient care plans, track treatment goals and document care, with features including a clinical content library and customizable templates.
By Nathan Eddy 01:58 pm July 02, 2019
The Department of Veterans Affairs and Verizon are teaming up to offer veterans who are customers of the telecommunications giant unlimited access to department's VA Video Connect telehealth app.
By Nathan Eddy 04:03 pm July 01, 2019
Google, the University of Chicago Medical Center and University of Chicago are listed as defendants in a class action suit that alleges they failed to properly de-identify sensitive patient medical data.
Large health systems better prepared on security, says CHIME Report
By Nathan Eddy 10:47 am June 28, 2019
While most orgs surveyed said they have network access solutions to monitor devices connected to the network, fewer than half of small providers use network segmentation to control the spread of infections.

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