By Kat Jercich 12:13 pm June 22, 2020
During the virtual opening-keynote of ATA2020, Ann Mond Johnson pointed to telehealth's essential role in furthering health equity.
Neonatal data tech and video streaming help clinicians enhance care
By Bill Siwicki 11:51 am June 19, 2020
The two technologies are linked with biomedical equipment, the EHR and the laboratory information system to help improve outcomes.
By Kat Jercich 03:24 pm June 18, 2020
Predictive analytics platform CLEW's ICU tool uses artificial intelligence to help identify patients with a greater likelihood of respiratory failure or hemodynamic instability.

Credit: Mediclinic Middle East

By Ahmed El Sherif 07:12 am June 17, 2020
Aimed at improving patient recovery time, as well as providing new surgical training opportunities, the programme will be run out of the group’s Mediclinic City Hospital in Dubai.

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By Kat Jercich 09:32 am June 16, 2020
Providers say patient reluctance to disclose their identities could present problems on both an individual and population-wide level.
By Kat Jercich 03:11 pm June 15, 2020
Epic worked with the health system to deploy the electronic health record virtually, in response to enduring travel and social distancing restrictions around COVID-19.
By Kat Jercich 12:13 pm June 11, 2020
The cloud IT company said it developed the athenaTelehealth technology in response to a 3,400% uptick in telehealth visits across its customer network from mid-February to April.
A physician looks at photos
By Mike Miliard 03:57 pm June 10, 2020
Clinical Content Search, a new embedded voice-assistant tool in Dragon Medical One, links physicians with relevant CDS topics from UpToDate in response to spoken questions.
Security professional at a workstation
By Kat Jercich 03:34 pm June 10, 2020
Experts say the coronavirus pandemic acts like "blood in the water" for cybercriminals looking to exploit tech vulnerabilities.
Professional going over paperwork with a client, who reads a tablet
By Kat Jercich 11:55 am June 10, 2020
According to a new JAMA study, patients reported finding mistakes in diagnoses, medical history, medications and more – and practitioners were not always open to correcting the errors.