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By Tom Sullivan 09:01 am November 07, 2018
Researchers can customize and rebrand the agency’s MyStudies App for their own clinical trials or observational studies.
By Tom Sullivan 02:58 pm November 06, 2018
PwC's research is the latest evidence to suggest that now is the time to start blockchain projects or risk falling behind competitors that transform their operations with distributed digital ledger technology.
By Tom Sullivan 09:15 am November 01, 2018
AI is already having a big impact, but strategic planning is not keeping pace and healthcare organizations need to be proactive about developing tools now.
By Tom Sullivan 10:06 am October 31, 2018
We took a pulse of the state of infosec, heard experts rate industry maturity and learned smart tactics for advancing your security posture.
By Tom Sullivan 10:15 am October 30, 2018
Synthetic ID theft, infosec dashboards, the real weakest link and more factored into the security conversation during October.
By Tom Sullivan 02:22 pm October 29, 2018
The new tier, known as Nursery, comes as the EHR vendor has also reduced pricing for its more expensive tiers by 33-80 percent.
By Tom Sullivan 02:56 pm October 25, 2018
The publication now serves international readers with news, features, analysis and insights about the many innovative ways health IT is being put to use improving healthcare.
By Tom Sullivan 12:12 pm October 22, 2018
Picture diagnostic booths with large screen 8K resolution, telemedicine tools, sensors tracking just about everything, and more.
By Tom Sullivan 12:36 pm October 19, 2018
Apps and devices will evolve and tools already around us will become instruments of health to advance tailor-made care delivery and treatments.
By Tom Sullivan 11:31 am October 19, 2018
It starts with hiring "hardcore cloud animals," to change the culture and rethink infosec’s role in patient experience.