Analytics

natural language processing technology in EHRs
By Mike Miliard 09:10 am June 08, 2018
Natural language processing technology is helping the health system unlock information from the notes that it previously hadn't been able to use.
hospital tech attractive for Mergers and Acquisitions
By Beth Jones Sanborn 12:31 pm June 07, 2018
Interest in potentially disruptive technologies abound in the active M&A realm but so do security concerns and dissatisfaction.
predictive analytics helps doctors assess cardiac risk
By Bernie Monegain 01:29 pm June 04, 2018
The patient monitoring company says the technology, developed at the University of Chicago, will allow health systems to better manage patients' risk of adverse events.
analyzing genomic data dna
By Mike Miliard 12:42 pm June 04, 2018
The companies are developing a comprehensive platform that combines genomic and clinical data for more accessible decision support.
AI and deep learning with GPU chips help doctors review medical records and images
By Bill Siwicki 10:16 am June 04, 2018
Hospitals say the AI method is in use today automating things humans do well but don't have the time for – and there's much more to come.
precision medicine dna genetics testing future of digital health
By Tom Sullivan 10:00 am June 04, 2018
A new quantitative era is emerging for digital health, AI, social networks, analytics and precision medicine that will eclipse the disease industry that exists today.
Mount Sinai teams with RenalytixAI

Credit: Mount Sinai

By Bernie Monegain 04:10 pm June 01, 2018
The partners also plan to commercialize the technology in the second quarter of 2019.
AWS unveils Amazon Neptune to help health orgs build apps

Credit: AWS Reinvent

By Mike Miliard 02:00 pm June 01, 2018
The cloud-based managed graph database service allows health systems and life sciences companies to more easily manage connected datasets for application development.
security vulnerabilities update software
By Jessica Davis 01:35 pm June 01, 2018
HIMSS’ latest cybersecurity report highlights the continued Meltdown and Spectre threats that first appeared in early 2018, while outlining how hackers can easily exploit healthcare’s legacy systems.
AI command center helps hospital use analytics to manage operations

Toronto’s Humber River Hospital opened Canada’s first analytics-based hospital command center in collaboration with GE Healthcare Partners. Credit: GE Healthcare

By Mike Miliard 12:06 pm May 30, 2018
Tampa General's new partnership with GE Healthcare is the most recent example of Artificial Intelligence-driven care coordination centers that harmonize patient safety and quality improvement initiatives.

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